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Discussion in 'Community Forum Software' started by Kaiser, Apr 8, 2011.
Which one did you vote for, and why?
I have used all 3, and MyBB meets my needs the most. The best free forum software.
Yea mybb is my favorite free software.
Is this a trick question? lol the poll says this:
Which Paid Software Is Better?
lol, either way, I've voted for phpBB
Haha I didnt notice I put paid. Fixed.
MyBB all the way
Haha I dont think there will be any votes for smf.
they say its simple but is ugly.
Haha true indeed.
I voted for smf :p
I have tried all 3 and to me SMF has the easiest ACP out of them all.Phpbb is just confusing and hard to learn.Mybb was good i just didn't like that members couldn't delete there accounts.I think that is a vital thing to have.
I have tried a lot of free forum softwares in the past and MyBB seemed a lot better overall. The AdminCP was pretty good and the styling was actually easy.
Agreed. MyBB's ACP is the easiest and simplest among the free forum software. Never was a fan of phpBB's ACP.
Haha there has been one MyBB is the popular one out of the people here so far I know I absolutely love MyBB
I love MyBB as well. I have had my great days with it... ahh memories..
A big fan of MyBB posted this
In my thought, MyBB is my choice, like you all, you used of all that 3 software. I'm not a fan of ACP of the SMF, I much like phpBB prefer to SMF.
MyBB. It's like the best of both worlds; reasonably simply plug in system like SMF, with a reasonably good support community behind it like PhpBB. Plus it looks great and also made it possible to merge my two remotely-hosted forums together
I really like the MyBB merge system, its lets you merge as many copies of MyBB you want into one... thats always a plus when you buy other MyBB forums.
rofl, nice find Ash.
Anyway, phpBB gets my vote hands down. Loads of good features and themes, and they're always improving.
Looks like SMF is still doing poor.
I never really was a huge fan of SMF. I don't mind joining up with forums that use that software, but it's one of the ones that I actually feel iffy about. I like it from an admins standpoint because it's easy to use and understand, and I like it from a members' standpoint because it has a fairly decent layout, but the one major thing it lacks is decent themes. If SMF ever was popular to begin with, it was probably back before I started foruming and there probably wasn't that much of a choice for forum softwares like there is now.