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Themes and mods?

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Kender:
why are you concerned with upgrading a working, money making forum to a BETA?  most likely it will be several months before its in final, and you shouldnt use a beta for production site anyways

wk38:
I'm not concerned for the moment. I'm looking at what I'll need to deal with in the future with a 100,000 + member site.

Kender:
by then i am sure a good portion of the mods will be reconfigured to work with 2.x, and also from the way talk is going the theme changes wont be too awful hard once they get down to it (you could probably get someone who is a mod designer to configure your custom mod for a lot less than whatever you paid the original designer)

IchBin™:

--- Quote from: wk38 on March 19, 2008, 03:45:58 PM ---Regarding vBulletin, perhaps you are right. Frankly I wish you weren't as I don't want to change my forums over. Most likely two of my smaller forums will remain SMF 1.1.4 probably forever. My larger one will have to move to vb.

How much to port TP over to vB?  ;)

--- End quote ---
I think you misread his statement. vB has the same problems as anyone else when upgrades come out.

ibookdb:

--- Quote from: wk38 on March 19, 2008, 06:30:16 PM ---I'm not concerned for the moment. I'm looking at what I'll need to deal with in the future with a 100,000 + member site.

--- End quote ---

Do what I do. Don't use mods. Whatever mod you need, develop yourself and don't modify smf_ tables for them, create your own new tables.

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