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alexpostiglione
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HI

DOES ANYONE KNOW HOW TO PUT A FORUM OR DISCUSSION BOARD ONTO YOUR WEBSITE? ANY CODING?

THANKYOU

ALEX

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CAPS = Cruise Control For

CAPS = Cruise Control For Cool.

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As I said in your other post

As I said in your other post Alex I think you need to do a bit of googling before asking such broad sweeping questions, also please note that this forum specifically deals with CSS coding and not questions that are so broad in scope as this one.

Typing in all caps is considered to be SHOUTING please turn your caps lock off, no need to shout Smile

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To add some general

To add some general information to Hugo's very pertinant advice, what you are asking for is quite an advanced topic. It goes beyond just html and CSS, which is what this forum generally deals with, to wider fields.

In general you'll need a server, or an account on a server, that provides backend languages such as php, perl, or python, and a database server, usually mysql but not necessarily. Then you need to obtain a package that will provide such functionality from a third party, either some kind of freeware or something you pay for. Then you'll need to install and configure it.

Not for beginners, really.

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