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Re: phpBB.com Website Feedback

Post by Theta_ » Wed Dec 01, 2010 7:47 am

imkingdavid wrote:
Christy wrote:I love the Christmas images in the header!
They're by VladStudio )
Vlad Gerasimov, to be more accurate.
They look great at phpBB.com.

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Re: phpBB.com Website Feedback

Post by _Vinny_ » Thu Dec 02, 2010 1:03 am

Christy wrote:I love the Christmas images in the header!
Me too. :)
They are amazing!!!

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Post by Christy » Thu Dec 02, 2010 1:34 am

Hehe Vinny :P.

They look so crisp and festive. A nice break from those stick people ;).

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Re: phpBB.com Website Feedback

Post by BiggDawgg » Sat Dec 04, 2010 7:31 pm

I for one do not like the new way you post to request support for a mod ... it is hidden from the general community and requests for help do not get as many replies as they use to when they were in the open forums

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Post by cSkins » Tue Dec 07, 2010 5:17 am

phpBB.com is very well-designed and organised compared to the sites of its main competitors. No complaints here yet, but I'll let you guys know if I spot a major bug.

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Post by aaronfluffy » Sat Dec 11, 2010 7:26 am

I just joined and found it very easy to find the register link. I love the way the site's layout is. Good work.

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Re: phpBB.com Website Feedback

Post by brwtrpilot » Fri Dec 17, 2010 6:00 pm

I just started looking into this board and as a new member I am wishing I could find a place that on the
board that would be safe to use and explore with codes on my site with out risking the chance
of destroying what I have already in place.. Re, My board/site has been up for a very long time
but i wanted to see if i could jazz it up.. Of course I did the noobie thing and went and got AutoMod
Installed from this board and then got a mod from this board. put it in and promptly got booted out of my site...
Sad indeed. After hours of work and time with hosting admin. the site is back..
But to be frank it has put me off on php all together.. btw it was a news Mod,
So anyway know you don't want to hear beeaching from a noobie
about php but a solid safe section that all the tools are going to be bug free and tested would be very nice..
I will continue to read the board but for using any mods well time will tell :roll:

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Post by DavidIQ » Fri Dec 17, 2010 7:58 pm

brwtrpilot wrote:I will continue to read the board but for using any mods well time will tell :roll:
MODs themselves aren't really a problem when installed manually. AutoMOD can be a bit tricky at times though we're working on improving it.
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Post by Lumpy Burgertushie » Fri Dec 17, 2010 9:26 pm

any MODs you download from here have been tested and are safe to use.

however, they may or may not work on your particular board setup.

they may or may not work with other MODs you have installed.

and, the problems you had were most likely because you made some sort of mistake installing something.

no problem in that, we all do it.
Bottom line, if you have a problem with phpbb then you should come here and ask for help.
most of the time your host does not have a clue about phpbb and could make things worse.

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Post by Pony99CA » Sat Dec 18, 2010 2:10 am

Lumpy Burgertushie wrote:any MODs you download from here have been tested and are safe to use.

however, they may or may not work on your particular board setup.

they may or may not work with other MODs you have installed.
Or other styles.

The best way to test a MOD is to keep a test forum running. You can do this on your PC (with something like WAMP, I believe) or on your host (if you set up a second board -- which I did). I don't apply MODs at all, actually, but I use the test board to try coding ideas out and to upgrade phpBB first when new releases come out.

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Re: phpBB.com Website Feedback

Post by Ascareus » Mon Feb 07, 2011 11:03 pm

hello
i always often getting logout here
is this related to my ISP (internet service provider)
as i never getting logout
on the other connection

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Re: phpBB.com Website Feedback

Post by MichaelC » Tue Feb 08, 2011 1:06 am

Ascareus wrote:hello
i always often getting logout here
is this related to my ISP (internet service provider)
as i never getting logout
on the other connection
You should probably report this in the Website Tracker
:)
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Re: phpBB.com Website Feedback

Post by Woki » Wed Feb 16, 2011 1:01 pm

I don't have any complains for the website. It's neat, simple and I can find everything I need.
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Post by keith10456 » Wed Mar 30, 2011 1:59 pm

Unknown Bliss wrote:
Pony99CA wrote:
Boardtalk.net wrote:Do you know what would be handy? A proper place for Custom BB Codes as apposed to the one thread and may I point out that is has 347,057 views and 2,909 replies.
Hear, hear! I suggested a separate BBCode forum last month.

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I'm currently developing a way to integrate custom BBcodes into the CDB (Titania). But it needs a bit more development as the submit contribution, types and download systems need revising.
I was glad to read this... Something of this nature was/is definitely needed ;)

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Re: phpBB.com Website Feedback

Post by Kevin1234 » Sat Apr 02, 2011 8:01 pm

Hi the website looks great and functions well. There is 1 small validation problem in the Advertisements at the bottom.The

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tags were left out so page generates validation errors.Just in case you wanted know.

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