A little surprise, We are going to release v.4.0 with a huge list of features.
Ever requested sitemaps & Logo upload
Gamification & Badges
Intuitive user profile
Reply to topics directly from emails
Highlight to quote support
Better private messaging
Completely overhauled design
Note: The API compatibility will be maintained so all your plugins from v.3x will work without issues.
Release Date: To be announced soon.
Forums are the new status symbols and are in trend now-a-days in the world of internet savvy users,
The web is quite literally littered with forums but mostly the forum owners are
those people who are just starting to feel their way into this mystique and divine and at times
ruthless world of internet, hence the result is that quite often we see forums starting off like a
bazooka and soon tapering off like a water balloon projectile.
In this article we will cover how a traditional forum software works and see how codoforum is diffrent from it.
According to Wikipedia,
An message board or an Internet forum is an online site for discussions where people can have group conversations by posting messages in the form of text or various other media. Various forum softwares can be used for this purpose.
They differ from chat rooms in a way that message content is usully more longer than one line of text, and are permanently archived in most cases. Also, depending on the access level of a user or the way the forum software set-up, a posted message might need to be approved by an administrator or moderator before it becomes available to the public.
The concept of reputation in the world of forum first started with member ranks which was based on number of points earned by them . They were given member title, badges or awards based on these reputation points .
We thought that this reputation system should also be applicable to the content posted by the users . Although the system of vote up / vote down exists this does not completely describe the reputation of a post .
Hello everyone, we are on a mission, a mission to build the most awesome PHP based forum script.
There are hundreds if not thousands of forums already available,
each of them having their own unique set of features.
we ourselves have used quite a few of them,
So, why build another forum?
because we wanted,
a forum which gives importance to the end user and his experience.
a forum which will help build a community and enhance engagement.
a forum which gives importance to content rather than structure and statistics.