I belong to an online discussion group which uses a modified version of the WebWiz forum . The modifications that were made include limiting number of posts in certain forums and limiting number of words and characters per post. Post limits at present are: Two posts per user per week in two forums and two posts per day in another forum. The word/character limit is global. The modifications were done by a member of the forum on a volunteer basis and we do not have much documentation on them. What we need is someone with expertise in ASP to help us find which files were modified to allow the limits, where the variables are in the files and to advise us how to change those variables should we wish to do that. We also need someone who will give us documentation on all this. The coding of the forum is generally very well commented, which is helpful, and we have identified several of the modified files and some of the changes that were made in them. However we do not have much if any knowledge of ASP, certainly not enough to try changing the variables ourselves. I also am not sure that we have identified all of the files that were changed We have a non-modified version of the web wiz forum set up on another server so that modified and non-modified versions of files can be compared if that is helpful. Would you be willing to help us? We can supply all the documentation that we do have on the changes, it’s not very formal but there is some.
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