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List of JForum-powered sites?

 
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I see the topic of a list of sites powered by JForum has been tossed around several times, but I still don't find more than just a few sites listed, some of which don't work - probably old.

Does anyone have a current list that they are willing to share?

Thanks!!
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I guess not, because we don't keep an "official" list of them.

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I keep a list of Traditional Chinese sites (Because I do the zh_TW translations.... )
http://www.andowson.com/posts/list/27.page
Most of them are using 2.1.6 version
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This is probably a old thread, but I could not find a place to post this on jforum website. so here it is. We recently integrated jforums into our site. We found jforum so flexible and it was a breeze inegrating it into our application. We needed to write a custom SSO hook to integrate with the app and needed to skin the CSS (still working on it). I did find few minor issues, but they were not show stoppers for us. Thank you for a great product. Here is the link to our community forums: http://www.avaniplants.com/planttalk
 
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Hi Mike,

How did you get the SSO thing to work? if you could help me out it would be wonderful. I tried the cookie method and it does not seem to work for me.

thanks,
Subhash


Mike Arzuna wrote:This is probably a old thread, but I could not find a place to post this on jforum website. so here it is. We recently integrated jforums into our site. We found jforum so flexible and it was a breeze inegrating it into our application. We needed to write a custom SSO hook to integrate with the app and needed to skin the CSS (still working on it). I did find few minor issues, but they were not show stoppers for us. Thank you for a great product. Here is the link to our community forums: http://www.avaniplants.com/planttalk



 
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