Question2Answer - Stackoverflow styled, PHP base Q&A system

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A Q&A site helps your online community to share knowledge. No matter what your area of interest, people with questions can get super answers fast. Refer to the demo page It is open source but with some restrictions. Check out its license page

Its feature include

  • Five minutes (or less!) to install
  • Easy styling with CSS themes.
  • Fast integrated search engine.
  • Points-based reputation management.
  • Question tagging (with auto completion).
  • Comments on questions and answers.
  • Simple and secure admin interface.
  • PHP/MySQL scalable to 1,000,000+ users.
  • Built-in user account management, or...
  • Single sign-on for existing sites.



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