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About Sites Listed Here

A Web Directory of some personal web sites we maintain. Client sites are NOT listed. We used to own 100+ domains with each having their own respective web sites, but have since downsized everything and used the Community to store content.

Personal Sites

BoardGlobal.com
Used as the face for hosting clients: Discussion

BordeGlobal.com
The server for all our sites: General Discussion

BordeGlobal.net
Specifically for our Web Business: General Discussion

BordeGlobal.org
Charitable web site creation: Discussion

BordeGlobalImpactDesigns.com
Mostly to have our business mane secured: Discussion

FelipeBorde.com
Discussion

InternationalDiscussion.com
Discussion

InternationalDiscussions.com
The main name of our Community: Discussion

JeanBorde.com
You are here: Discussion

JonahBorde.com
Discussion

MariaBorde.com
Discussion

MountainOfSand.com
A blog of experiences with Autism.

RulerofKings.com
A MMORPG online: Discussion

SethBorde.com
Discussion

TTCrime.com
Crime statistics in T&T: Discussion

TextRPG.com

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Personal Sites Continued

Text-RPG.com
All about Text-RPGs: Discussion

WorldofMedieval.com
Medieval based Text RPGs: Discussion


Domains For Spelling / Typos

Its easy to get our domain names wrong so we registered these just in case some of our users weren't sure.

BoredGlobal.com
Discussion

BoredGlobal.net
Discussion

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Latest IT Discussion

This is a question I get a lot from clients with highly modified SMF sites. The answer is simple:

If your forum was a plain installation then the update will probably find no errors.

Since your forum has many modifications the update code does not recognize the modified code and shoots an error message because it does not know how to proceed.

For instance, to have Adsense on your site you would have to modify x code on y page so it changes y page. When the update looks for x code on y page then it does not fix x anymore but a modified x.

Ignoring errors and installing anyway could bring your forum down as well.

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