DylRicho: Dylan Richards

H5 Network was a technology forum with particular emphasis on programming and design. It was developed upon ProBoards, with a heavily customized theme and possessed a highly interactive and creative community.

Over the course of its five-year run, it accumulated a total of 432 members, 1,670 threads, and 23,655 posts.

Following the release of version 5 of ProBoards, it was unanimously decided that H5 Network would be retired in late 2013.

Through this project, I made two amazing friends; Rick and Ajay. We're still friends to this day.

My Responsibilities

  • I moderated content posted by other users to ensure it complied with the rules of the forum;
  • I issued warnings and/or bans to users that were found to have broken these rules;
  • I designed theme elements (e.g., BBCode icons and emoticons);
  • I helped identify and resolve any theme-related complications;
  • I archived threads that were no longer required;
  • I helped approve/deny affiliation requests.

  • A technology forum for creative individuals;
  • Graphics and codes for your ProBoards forums;
  • Custom requests for graphic designs and codes for your ProBoards forums;
  • An affiliation program;
  • A friendly community;
  • Friendly and approachable staff members;
  • Relaxed rules.
Project Name H5 Network
URL No longer online

Important Information

Please and I'll happily provide the URL(s) that were used for this project in the past.

Founded Monday, August 18, 2008
Launched Monday, August 18, 2008
Last Updated Tuesday, December 17, 2013
Status End of life
Version 4.00
  • Administrator
  • Moderator
  • Web designer
  • Web developer
  • CSS(3)
  • HTML(5)
  • JavaScript
  • ProBoards

Compatibility was specifically tested in the three most popular Web browsers at the time. For mobile devices, ProBoards featured Tapatalk integration.

Web Browsers
  • Google Chrome 1+
  • Microsoft Internet Explorer 8+
  • Mozilla Firefox 3.5+
Display Resolution 1,024 × 576 and above1 (see note)
JavaScript Essential
  • ProBoards user system
Offline Data No
  • 1 Mobile devices were covered by Tapatalk.

As of December 2013, H5 Network has since been discontinued.