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phpBB- A popular open-source bulletin board written in PHP.

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 modifications and styles database containing hundreds of style and image packages to customize your board, you can create a very unique forum in minutes. No(…)

What are the Requirements for phpbb

phpBB3 has a few requirements which must be met before you are able to install and use it. A webserver or web hosting account running on any major Operating System with support for PHP A SQL database system, one of: MySQL 3.23 or above (MySQLi supported) PostgreSQL 7.3+ SQLite 2.8.2+ Firebird 2.0+ MS SQL Server 2000(…)

How to create a sitemap for PHPBB Forums

Here you can download and install sitemap for your phpbb forum sites. The sitemap download link and installation instruction is given below. Installation: 1) Download and decompress: (931 Bytes) Downloaded 44 times 2) If Your PHPBB3 Forum is installed in the root folder, for instance at then skip “a” a) modify the $folder or(…)

How To Install phpBB Forum in 5 Steps

Introduction to phpBB phpBB is a stable, open-source, bulletin board script available as a free download from [2]. It allows you to set up an unlimited number of forums and categories. Users, moderators and user groups with varying permissions can be created. In short, it provides everything you’d expect of a bulletin board service.(…)

How to import contacts (addressbook) from email providers

I was searching for a script to import contacts from various email providers like gmail,yahoo, hotmail etc. I came through an interesting open source product called Open Inviter. Open source OpenInviterTM (Open InviterTM) is a free import contacts (addressbook) script from email providers like Nz11, YouTube, Libero, Rambler,, Popstarmail, MSN, Abv, Clevergo,, O2, Kids,(…)

How to Backup and Restore Mysql Databases

Sometimes you may want to backup only one or more tables from a database. There are some practical reasons for wanting to do this. You may have a message board / forums application that uses MySQL to store its data and you want to create a brand new forum with the same users as the(…)