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    Hello,

    I created a Discussion Board in Front Page 2000 and I am able to customize everything about the board except when someone clicks on an actual post that someone has placed. It seems to default to the original and I can't find anywhere to edit it so that the posted message will look like the rest of the customization.

    Any ideas where that file might be???

    Thanks,
    Jerry

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    Hello Jerry,

    I know a lot about FP2000 but I don't know the answer on this. Best is you would make a Discussion board with Perl because The FP extensions have to many security holes. If you want to go ahead with it take a look in the folders FP creates. I found some files which were not in the Reporting tab-All files.

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    Thanks Christophe,

    Do you know where a good perl or CGI board is?

    Also, I have checked all of the hidden files, etc. in FP and can't find the one to edit that makes this happen.

    Thanks,
    Jerry

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    BoardPower is surprisingly good for those who need something free (http://www.thewebmasterforums.com/) - and WWWThreads is quite popular as well.


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