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Anyone using INVISION Power Board?

Discussion in 'Tech Talk' started by Douglas in CT, Nov 18, 2004.

  1. Douglas in CT

    Douglas in CT Millennium Member

    Anybody here with experience playing/administering an Invision Power Board?
     
  2. Dead Man's Hand

    Dead Man's Hand No Way to Win

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    A Stacked Deck....
    Yep, I have 10mmTalk.com on v1.2 and I like it a lot. My hosting service offered it for free but I am going to upgrade 10mmTalk to v2.0.1 pretty soon though just to get ahead of the curve of gun forums. It will cost this time but after playing with it I believe it is a justified expense.

    I played around with VBulletin but even VB does not have the features of Invision, not by a longshot. It has been completely stable and reliable and very easy to make changes, add smilies, images, etc... It is very customizable and simple to operate. I far from an Administration guru but can do what I like whenever I like in the way of adding and changing.

    If there is something specific you would like to know about let me know.
     


  3. Douglas in CT

    Douglas in CT Millennium Member

    Thank you!

    You WILL be hearing from me. :)

    It (Version 1.2)came free from the ISP (SuperNova.com)we are using for the group's website. For a newbie, I find it to be a bit of a struggle without sufficient documentation and a glossary of terms.

    The plan is to add a bulletin board to our website:
    www.septanetwork.org
     
  4. dwhite

    dwhite

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    Wilkes Barre PA
    a simpler easier forum is SMF used to be called yabbse
    here is their link

    this forum supports almost anything and also ssi and xml feeds
    http://simplemachines.org/
    might want to look into that also
    and thier support is great
    I used ivp in the past with a load of database headaches