Is there any website offers creating phpBB forums for me without advertisements ? (I dont want free websites)?

I need a website that provides creating phpBB forums for me and I need a paid website to get a complete managment of my website , and its better if it offers a domain name , too (.com)

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  • 1 decade ago
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    Several hosting already has built-in package for forum. However, I recommend using phpBB if you would like to add a forum to your site. Here is a direct link for tutorials and how to setting forums up:

    http://www.phpbb.com/phpBB/

    Depending on your budget, you can build a DIY web site from the templates available from the hosting package. If you wish for customised design, then prepare for some fee. To makes it better, browse http://www.directpins.com/ for more options.

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Microsoft (free domain and hosting for life) , Google (Googlepages, Blogger) , Yahoo (Geocities), Freewebs are some of the companies offering free websites with design tools . A list of free websites with features and links is available at http://tinyurl.com/lw7kp

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    4 years ago

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