What big board (forums) you really look up to?

Cal

Well-known member
IGN really and even that has things I don't like about it. I never really looked up to other boards....I'd rather follow my own path. Unfortunately my forum luck hasn't reached big board status since like 2008 :cry:
 

Mike Edge

Well-known member
IGN, DP, Minecraft Forum, battle.net's forums for each of blizz's franchises, steam, stern fan network.
 

Carlos

Well-known member
I used to look up to IGN because of the account system in which you can create a colored username, but then I found a new community and fell in love with vBulletin for how design can be done. I even dreamt of designing a similar site, but was a little too late to create a forum.

I spent the next few years doing trial and error, then I became more savvy with forum software until vB4 screwed up my love for the software, then xenForo is here.

Today, I've been inspired by TheCODForums (used to be COD4Boards) and has been for years. I look up to it for "I want to get there. That's where I want to be."
 

rollthebones

Active member
Digital Point. Despite the endless amount of BS to be found in the search engine forums, Shawn definitely knows his way around.
 

Forsaken

Well-known member

DarkVodka

Formerly Wuebit
One of the worst things you could do to your members.

While it looks unique, people are going to have to constantly look from one end of the design to another to see who is posting what and are going to end up straining their eyes if it is used long.
Yea I agree looks so bad! makes me feel quite ill trying to read the posts lol.
 

AlexT

Well-known member
Considering their size, it never ceases to amaze me how fast Gaia is. I remember reading an article some years ago about how little of the original phpbb code is still intact and how many servers they were using to power their forums.
 
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