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Ok so i have a website (note i am not actually tehnoobshow) and Its made on iweb and i have a comments page, but its not anything near how good forums are. so I am wondering If theirs any Way to put forums on a iweb website.. I ONLY want comments from people wh have used iweb or know alot about, I want no replies From someone who knows nothing about iweb.

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iWeb isn't a full featured webhosting. It's basic. It will not support PHP or a MYSQL database which most forums require.

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is there any sort of forums witch It can use?
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is there any sort of forums witch It can use?
You are better off using a third-party website that will host the forums for you. For example: #1 Free Forum Hosting - Forumer

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But i have Done Alot on my website and then that would mean that i would have to start all over though.
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But i have Done Alot on my website and then that would mean that i would have to start all over though.
Just link to the message boards from your website.

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well now i understand that its possable but i don,t know how to from here. so what should i do to link it?
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