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An embedable forum to my website

Hi does anyone know of any easy to embed forum for my website. I am looking for something as easy as google spreadsheets questionaires. That is a simple customisation and a copy/paste tag.
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atipicoCommented:
Maybe this helps: http://tal.ki/
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degarayAuthor Commented:
but it cannot be edited, do you know of any better?
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lgg733Commented:
You may want to check these out.
http://www.nabble.com/
http://www.sparkbb.com/
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degarayAuthor Commented:
I know, those are the 3 first options on google, but I am looking for something that someone has tried and has a good opinion about. Nabble does not look that simple once embedded ans sparkbb does not even let you try it since they are on beta testing.
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atipicoCommented:
I have used more complex sulitions such as phpBB and similares (such as vBulletin, invision board, etc). I wasn't even aware you could find simple, embeddable forums. But as they are created to be simple and used by non-tech-savvy persons, I wouldn't expect to find easily one that is a combination of easy, free, and complex enough to offer customization.

If you happen to find one please let us know! :)
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degarayAuthor Commented:
Thanks for the advice, I did not find a better solution but your answer helped me.
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