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Written by Bigguyposted in SMF Related Jul 19, 2019, 12:43 PM72 Views
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I thought I would write an install guide for SMF for anyone looking to install SMF 2.1 from GitHub. I must say though, while SMF 2.1 is in great shape with very few bugs, it should not be used for a live site unless you really know what you are doing. It's great for testing though and checkin out the new features. RC3 will be the next release. Okay, so on to the install guide.
Is there anyone here familiar with using hooks in both SMF 2.0.15, and 2.1? I'm wanting if possible to convert a very simple mod to use hooks instead of making file edits, and require some guidance if anyone is willing to hold my hand and walk me through it please.