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Looking for a solution concerning lack of a feature
Greetings all, I've been playing with Vanilla for the last few days and have learned tremendously. I really enjoy this program and will, more than likely, be using it for my new website I am current designing. I do, however, have one problem I could use your experience to work out. I run a creative writing community at www.arcane-artistry.org. I'm dropping this site in January and will be starting up a similar site for story writers only, called PPENN- www.ppenn.org. The problem: PPENN focusses on creative writing daily. We have interactive projects to help members want to write daily and to receive the help of other, more experienced writers. Well, one of our interactive writing projects is: CYOA (Choose Your Own Adventure, more information here: http://www.arcane-artistry.org/cyoa.php ). I'm kind of stuck with how I will implement this style of writing on Vanilla. CYOA, to keep things as organized as possible, utilizes a new sub-forum for each story added. As we all know, Vanilla does not support sub-forums. At this point, it looks like my only options are A- have a large beehive of unorganized threads in one category or B- install two vanilla forums and share the database. One forum would be dedicated to CYOA and each category would be a new story. I don't really want to install a new forum just for this, though - so, any idea what I could do instead to keep things organized? This is how the forum is setup, currently for CYOA: http://www.arcane-artistry.org/forums/index.php?showforum=32 Thanks for your time and help! :) ~Achithyn
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