Discussion in 'SMF' started by bigtop, Jan 25, 2007.
Mine is in my sig - it's a European and American history site.
Currently (but not for long) the biggest in terms of posts, SMF forum.
Mine is at http://www.daniel15.com/. The portal is custom-developed by me, using SMF's SSI functions
Yanime Forums - Currently kinda dead since the group itself has been inactive. Upgraded from a very weird YaBB SE install where the old hosting provider managed to delete the files.
Static-Subs Forum - Bit more active. This forum also holds the news for the site's front page (which uses the SSI script to display).
these are all nice love SMF
The most beautiful SMF skin ever seen!
Kinda web 2.0
Mine in my sig forum for talking about the future of radio, just brought it online today.
Mine are MasterWeb and IIH Support, and a couple of other private ones that I could tell you about, but then I'd have to kill you <g>
Both are basically using the default theme tweaked slightly for ease of maintenance come upgrade time.
Mine is in my signature. I started it almost 3 months ago.
Based on the seemingly random colons and the blank buttons, the error is due to a problem with the language files (which is actually where the copyright text is stored). I'm not sure what the issue is, as the default theme URL is correct (looking at the source), and the file in question does exist, but it does need to be fixed.
Mine is in my signature, it started roughly 5 months ago
My forum has been running for just over 3 years now, started as a YaBBSE board and just kept upgrading. Now running SMF 1.1.2 with the Sphinx 1.1 portal system.
I just converted my board over from phpbb, somehow i lost all of my topics, but it kept the member base.
link is in sig.
Did you use a testserver or save your database before the conversion? I recently did a switch from phpnuke/phpbb to SMF and didn't lose a thing.
recents posts and right sidebar
I really like your setup!
the recent posts with a little of each message is blog like, and then the navigation links on the right side are handy.
I like the colors also.
You really should upgrade to SMF 1.1.2.
wow, Dave, I just saw your site
I love the Craft Forums, amazing topics going on in there
Thanks gogoblender! The forum is open to Canadians too. Much of what was happening in the US at that time was about the same as what was happening in Canada, just it was colder up there.
Nice job on that theme
Not really my style, but looks great.