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Hi all,
i am very much impressed with Jforum and its really the stable stuff. I appreciate Raefel,Monroe as they are the pillars behind this great thing. I am preparing a dev guide for Jforum which will help all newbies. It contains most of the topics which Monroe the great answered in this forum. Please feel free to share your thoughts on this.

Especially Monroe inputs will be highly appreciated.

Thanks
Greg
[originally posted on jforum.net by gregjhonson]
raja gaj
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hi do we have dev guide
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Raja,
Welcome to CodeRanch!

What would you be looking for in a dev guide? One of our members has written a bunch of help pages in this forum, but it isn't a formal/official guide.


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