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What is "freeWareKeys" in the index?

Author Sokolowski
#1 | Posted: 15 Nov 2011 01:24 
What in the world is this stuff in index.php??

'Web Forum Software',
'Chat Forum Software',
'Discussion Forum Software',
'Light Forum Script',
'PHP Forum Software',
'Forum Script',
'Forum Software',
'Free Forum Software',
'Open Source Forum Script',
'Simple Bulletin Board',
'Bulletin Board Script',
'Bulletin Board Software',
'Community Script',
'Online Community Software',
'Easy Forum Software',
'Online Community Script'

Author Paul
Lead Developer 
#2 | Posted: 15 Nov 2011 11:13 
This is a list of keywords, which is used in Contribution Link of miniBB. Is using only a certain, constant keywords phrase for each certain domain. In the most recent versions of miniBB, the link appears in the bottom right corner of each forum, and it's a miniBB default icon/logo. When you mouse over it, as the ALT or TITLE tag, one of such keywords should appear. For example, here on miniBB forums, the link says "miniBB Support Forums Powered by Forum Software miniBB".

In other words, the link is unique for each domain, and it's built upon the formula: Forums Title + Keywords Phrase + miniBB. That's done for crazy SEO fans, taking care about the validity of 3rd party links.

It's just the price of using a free software. The only legal way of going around of it, is to purchase a Commercial License, which allows to remove the miniBB attribution link.

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