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phpBB is a free flat-forum bulletin board software solution that can be used to stay in touch with a group of people or can power your entire website. With an extensive database of user-created extensions and styles database containing hundreds of style and image packages to customise your board, you can create a very unique forum in minutes.
No other bulletin board software offers a greater complement of features, while maintaining efficiency and ease of use. Best of all, phpBB is completely free. We welcome you to test it for yourself today. If you have any questions please visit our Community Forum where our staff and members of the community will be happy to assist you with anything from configuring the software to modifying the code for individual needs. Learn more about phpBB.
Latest phpBB Announcements and Blog Posts
As per the previous announcement , support for phpBB 3.1.x has now ended. The support forums have been locked, but are still available in a read-only form for reference in the phpBB Archives … read more
GSoC.png Hi all, We're super excited to be participating in the Google Summer of Code program for the fifth time. The GSoC program gives students a unique opportunity to work with mentors … read more
Earlier today, we identified that the download URLs for two phpBB packages available on phpBB.com were redirecting to a server that did not belong to us. We immediately took down the links and … read more
After several months of preparations and many hours of travelling, most of our team members have arrived in Budapest for our annual team hackathon. Our meeting space was provided by L’Office … read more
Advertisement management is easily one of the most requested add-on features for phpBB. In phpBB 3.0, EXreaction’s Ad Management MOD was the 9th most downloaded MOD with over 66,000 downloads. … read more
In the last article I looked at setting up a simple development environment on Windows using WAMP. If you would like to review that, please visit … read more