Choice of forum software is not really life-or-death situation in which man you quote was, isn't it? I don't think his opinion matters much in this discussion.Originally Posted by deathshadow
As I am from the country where (in)famous Yugo was made and since it was my first car, and since my good friend and I still drive it, I would laugh with you on this if your tone wasn't so offensive... Well, you still made me laugh :-)Might as well get automotive construction advice from the team behind the 1984 Yugo GV.
As of the rest of your post, it is clear that you do know lot of web, and you did show number of places where vBulletin's output is not optimal. But I guess that's the price you have to pay if you want to have forum software which does not require you to spend enormous time setting it up, installing plugins, configuring... On top of that, I can just imaging all the features their clients requested to be available out of the box, and I can understand that they had to make some trade-offs between implementing those requests, and trying to maintain as well-formatted output as possible.