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How much space and bandwidth would a busey PHP forum use.
One like this you know...
With out trashing old topics and keeping everything you can??

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averaged a few MB i suppose.. if its compiled and G-zipped. :lol:

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Ok thats good to know m8...

I have 2 accounts with lycos...


[url="http://members.lycos.co.uk/emsleyneogeo/"]http://members.lycos.co.uk/emsleyneogeo/[/url]

I was going to host the forums on that account i wounderi f i will get busted?

I know another thing, i can not get my site to load and i tried someboddys site who is on the same server and his will not load eithier they must be having troubles, im glad i have not promoted it fully yet :lol:

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ahh good to hear that you had your own provider :lol: perhaps install invision or phpbb as they are both free.. good choice either one :) good that your using lycos since they support msql :idea:

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[quote]averaged a few MB i suppose.. if its compiled and G-zipped.  :lol:[/quote]
I opened my admin tools and were it says compild and G zipped it said
no

I am woundering how to engage this mode?
Do you know magnis?

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PHP is computed BEFORE the website is sent to the visitor, so only the generated HTML will count to your traffic :lol:

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ahhh about a snes roms worth...
I should be moderatly safe then :lol: :) :idea:

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