I stand by my point that you don't need that many forums if they:
* aren't publicly postable and;
* don't have an excessive amount of threads...
Don't you get the concept of expanding when the capacity requires it?
I know some stock market businesses that will say the opposite
I did it because nothing fitted what I wanted without a tonne of add ons.
Really depends on the server OS. Linux has about 6 different "flavours"...
Don't bother with a control panel - it'll chew more RAM than the site.
Let's hope there's a wow factor.
"Well mate, if I was going to have that view, the bible also says that slavery is a natural condition" - Kevin Rudd in Q&A :P
That could be because nuke uses phpBB2
I really don't sing.
I'd better not sing up then.
You can't make money off something you're not paying for. It doesn't work like that in the real world.
Wouldn't think so. Free Host outlays more than they get in return...
That's your problem. I don't let people use my domains et al as a rule.
Pay for your hosting.
But there's still no excuse for complete inactivity.
You're an expert now Scott?
Chmod the file. It's a 403 permission issue so it's either you have insufficient permissions at a server level or a xF level.
^if you write it correctly then it should be triggered by a series of words and select the most relavent response based on that.
It should -...
That's a Bermuda Triangle. Something can be easy to style, but there's the expectations. That's where the issues are.
I'm working on one that works off a .sh script on a Linux server and crawls the site at random intervals for new content to reply to.