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jp rennes
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Joined: Oct 30, 2012
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Hi,
i just installed the latest version on my server(2.1.9).
I have probably missed something but i haven't found the user guide or administation guide yet.
Could somebody help me ?
thanks in advance
Jeanne Boyarsky
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You haven't missed it. JForum doesn't come with much in the space of documentation. For administration, going to the admin control panel and poking around is pretty effective.


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jp rennes
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Thanks a lot.
I have a project to integrate jforum to my application : i'll have to watch through the code and database model in order to adapt it.
 
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