What if you want a forum on your blog? Well there are plenty of open source forum systems available. But what about integrating your blog CMS (Content Management Software) with your new forum? There are some effective WordPress plugins to help you accomplish this. But choosing the right one is critical.
At Crunchify, we have our own community forum: https://ask.crunchify.com. On ask.crunchify.com community forum, we are using Discourse as our forum software. Setting up forum should be as simple as installing WordPress but unfortunately it’s not the case for Discourse. We have described in details why we choose Discourse sometime back. Kindly take a look
There is no doubt Discourse is the best Forum open source software available out there for us. Almost started a 4 years ago, Discourse.org became very popular among all vibrant technical communities. Some big communities including Twitter developer forum, Feverbee community, Sitepoint forums all runs on Discourse. At Crunchify, we moved
We have recently launched Crunchify forum at https://ask.crunchify.com powered by Discourse.org. Immediately after setup, the first thing I wanted to do is to provide Google Single sign on option with OAuth2. I’ve just completed all detailed steps and would like to share with all my readers. If you have below two
Let me start this topic with some difference between blogging and discussion forum. Blogging Blogging is something you would like to focus more on Quality content, I would say your niche topics which I believe really should help readers in many ways. Discussion forum Forum is something which starts a discussion