What can CB do for my site?

14 years 8 months ago #13349 by varaonaid
What can CB do for my site? was created by varaonaid
Hi,

I've been poking around here trying to get an idea of exactly what the CB software can do for my site. I've read the description and looked at various site built with CB and, please forgive me, I don't understand yet how it can benefit my web setup. I'm currently running Joomla 1.0.8 and I'm in the process of bridging SMF into that. I've seen that people have bridged Joomla/SMF/CB and I thought perhaps some folks would be willing to "weigh in" with their thoughts and opinions on CB and its benefits.

Thanks in advance. I look forward to your replies.

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14 years 8 months ago #13383 by sdhiphop
Replied by sdhiphop on topic Re:What can CB do for my site?
You have the ability to turn your website into a social network site, similar to Myspace.

The view of the profile pages are well organized and gives your members a professional looking profile.

Once CB is implemented into your joomla site, the possibilities of functionality become endless.

Peace

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14 years 8 months ago #13387 by stevebor1
Replied by stevebor1 on topic Re:What can CB do for my site?
do you want a community or not. that's what it comes down too

Karma Me Up!
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FITcommunity
Joomla! 1.0.12 - Community Builder 1.0.2 - Joomlaboard 1.1.2
Own Mods Featured Profile Mod
My Real Day Job
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Mobile Wallet and Social Lending, Anywhere!

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14 years 8 months ago #13394 by ericfoster3
Replied by ericfoster3 on topic Re:What can CB do for my site?
CB allows the visitors to communicate with EACH OTHER. Rather than just communicating with the website owner. Community.

CB 3rd Party Developer: DatsoTab | KarmaTab
Joomla! 1.0.10
Community Builder 1.0
joomlaboard 1.1.2

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