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FUDforum Get Started
  • Forums
  • 3.0
  • 3.67 MB
  • June 10th, 2013

FUDforum (Fast Uncompromising Discussion Forum) is a free and open source web discussion forum. FUDforum combines an extensive feature set while maintaining the ability to generate forum web pages extremely fast. The forum includes i18n and templating support allowing for a complete customization of its output as well as a very capable group based permission system. FUDforum can also act as a Mailing List Manager, USENET newsreader and even an XML Feed Aggregator. This will allow you to build an instant community and consolidate all your messages into a single system.

  • Spell Checker FUDforum supports a fully functional spell checker, that if enabled would allow forum users to spell check their messages before posting. The spell checker utilizes PHP's Pspell library and supports multiple languages.
  • i18n Support FUDforum has full i18n support, that allows an easy translation of the forum into a language of your choice. Currently FUDforum is distributed with more than 40 languages, including English, French, German, Swedish, Polish, Turkish, Spanish, Chinese and several others.
  • Private Messaging FUDforum includes a private messaging (PM) system that if enabled via the global control panel allows forum members to send private messages to one another.
  • Polls FUDforum supports a complete polling system, which may enable users to add polls to their messages. Permissions to create and vote on polls is controllable by the admins via the group management system.
  • Full Text Search FUDforum includes a full text search that allows users to search the posted messages by entering one or more keywords. The user has the option of limiting the search to a particular forum or category or they can search the entire forum. A user may either limit a search to a particular forum or category or search the entire forum.
  • BBcode BBcode is a series of text formatting tags that allow users to style the text of their messages and signatures. More information about these features as well as the complete list of supported tags can be found here.