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  • $50

Version: 4.31

Released: May 28, 2000


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Unix

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WebBBS

WebBBS is a Web-based bulletin board. WebBBS stores messages as simple text files and creates HTML pages "on the fly." This means that the message index can be tailored by the user based on date and/or subject (via built-in keyword search capability), and can be viewed as either a chronological or a threaded list. Administration is also a breeze! WebBBS supports automatic quoting of message text and e-mail notification of those who want to know immediately when a new message has been posted. It also offers an archive-only option and "cookie" support!

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Lots of features, but with that comes complexity. I tried to set it up, but I can't seem to figure it out. Overall, this script is "nice".

Posted by KnightKrawler on Apr 05, 1999 Reply

Excellent forum. Loads of options. I like the way the messages are created on the fly. Also the cookie support is good as well. The only bad point is that you have to register to get the admin script.

Posted by JohnSlade on Mar 07, 1999 Reply

Very nice BBS. Despite the old look to it, it's one of the most well-functioning, easy to use BBS's there is.

Posted by DethBlade on Jan 25, 1999 Reply

A real resource hog but has a good "feel". Could use an update though.

Posted by Eric4 on Jan 18, 1999 Reply

Many features and very easy to install, but unfortunately user interface sucks and is not editable.

Posted by slapper on Jan 16, 1999 Reply

Very nice script. I really like the flexibility allowed with user preferences. Nice that users can register to receive all new messages added, search, display based on date, and more.

Posted by webmaster9 on Jan 11, 1999 Reply

Don't just use it for a BBS, there's guestbooks and semi-database applications too!

Posted by Topbit on Jan 08, 1999 Reply

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