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Old 20-05-06, 02:20 PM
advancedkill advancedkill is offline
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Creating a website forum

After seeing this forum (which is excellent) i wondered (spelt rong) if i could set up 1 on my website. Its to do with discos (so im not trying to rival this site, as some people may think that) and is at "www.freewebs.com/advancedkill" I created it with a friend in my free time and is hosted free at freewebs.com. Would it be possible to set up a forum like this on that site?

Thanks for all the help - everyone on this forum is really helpful!

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Old 20-05-06, 02:52 PM
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I found this on www.freewebs.com: "
  • Unfortunately, we do not currently offer PHP. We do however offer CGI access as a Premium Service.
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Would this limit me in which type of forums that i could set up?
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Old 20-05-06, 07:17 PM
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Yea most likely. If you want hosting drop me a PM
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Old 21-05-06, 05:57 AM
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There should be a few sites on the internet that offer free forum software and hosting at the cost of pop ups and Ads. A quick google should sort you out ehtier way.
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Old 21-05-06, 08:43 AM
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I had a look and found a rather "out of te way" part in freewebs.com that lets you set up your own forum. (it was a small link on the bottom of 1 page) You have to pay £5, but thats all. I think i may try that - thanks for the help!!
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