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Summary: Add location, website and discount code to forum description for accessibility Description:

It would be great if all the sponsors had a location/website and discount code displayed upfront in the forum description without having to go into that specific forum and search threads looking for that detail.

Even if the discount code was added that'd be great.


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NoGi

Great idea, I'll look into it.

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23 minutes ago, neo-2FX said:

It would be great if all the sponsors had a location/website and discount code displayed upfront in the forum description without having to go into that specific forum and search threads looking for that detail.

@neo-2FX we already do this (exception being discount code) for the store based sponsors. Take a look at The Tech Den, has their address and if you click on their logo it takes you to their website.

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7 minutes ago, NoGi said:

@neo-2FX we already do this (exception being discount code) for the store based sponsors. Take a look at The Tech Den, has their address and if you click on their logo it takes you to their website.

Ha! I didn't even notice that clicking the logo did that haha. Thanks @NoGi!

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