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Old 10-10-2009, 04:42 PM   #1
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Importing Forum Posts from phpBB to my webpage.

Where do I start? I've seen it done before and somebody had set it up on my old league webpage (which is gone now).

I'm assuming it is php code with and some paths to the database?

Here's my forum. www.laseron-baseball.com • Index page (The storytime forum specifically)

I want my webpage to pull the title, content, and author/time posted info as seperate values so I can mark them up and place them with .css on my site.
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Old 10-11-2009, 09:51 AM   #2
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Well, you could do it a number of ways. You could:

-use a portal and modify around it (we use the board3 phpbb3 portal and it's pretty easy to modify, but there are others)

-use a mod like Topics Anywhere (I used to use it and it was pretty easy to modify too, but I don't know if there's a phpbb3 version, that one is for phpbb2, I did see requests for a phpbb3 one though so maybe someone finally made it)

-use some of the code from a portal or other mod and put it on your site

-write your own from scratch.

It sounds like you're not up to the last one (nor would I be), but I'm pretty sure I've seen some leagues do it. Maybe someone from one of them will chime in.
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