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Old 20th December 2009, 04:23 AM   #1
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It would be nice to have a link to all the current advertisers.
Sometimes I remember seeing something in an ad, but can't remember what the company was.

So having a button to click that would take me to a list (with logos) of the advertisers would be very nice.

EDIT: I can see my spell check doesn't work in the title!
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Should be fairly easy. A locked thread in the vendors forum, with all the banner ads placed into it...

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Something like this:

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Have to get Jason to figure out how to do the link such that we still get our click-thus...

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Very good Dave! Just what I was looking for. Handy-Dandy.

Yes, you'd still want to get the click-thrus.


PS. Thanks guys for fixing the spelling.
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Ogf course most of them live in the "Commercial Sector" on the lower part of the Home Page
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Thanks for the suggestion, will add them to the existing sponsor page. We'll be making all our advertisers more visible in the future, probably around the same time we add a nice horizontal mega menu to the top of the site and address the horrible information architecture we have here. It's all on the todo list.
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