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Discussion forum using MS Frontpage

Posted on 2006-11-15
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Has anyone created discussion forum using MS Front page? I have no idean how it works.

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First of all, your server will need to support some kind back end lang (ASP, PHP) and a database (Access, SQL Server, MySQL) to store the info. You won't be able to develop it with just Frontpage alone. You'll need to do some coding and database builds. If you can give us your back end specs, we can recommend some free forum scripts for you to run.
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ThinkPaper, MS Frontpage has a "discussion forum" feature.
Check http://www.webworksite.com/discussionforum.shtml
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aescnt - ahh... well there you go!
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