|10-21-2002 11:15 PM|
Juro, even if it's 11:15 pm it's good to know :>)
Maybe just one of the admin. posts listing each, with a web link would be the simple answer. Most know whose who, we just don't want to have to wade through 10 minutes of rotation to get to the 'point and click.'
|10-21-2002 11:12 PM|
We are sorting out the details related to this very topic as we speak. Sean and I are putting together a directory, actually two. I have been discussing the plan with Dana as well, and we are all on the same page. Currently, there is no single place where they are all listed in a webpage.
One of the problems has been due to the technology - in order to put banners into the forum software we have had to hardcode in different locations and it would be a lot of work to put a new webpage together with all of the banners or links.
We are considering putting all of the sponsor information into a database so we can generate an alphabetical listing of sponsors in HTML that will always be current and correct. That way when sponsors join in or drop out we don't have the horrible code management problems we have today.
Short answer - not yet!
|10-21-2002 11:05 PM|
No answer to the question ... but I've always wondered the
Obviously some are on the East Coast and little chance I'll ever avail myself of their services. But others ... you betcha.
Sean, we all wait in wonder.
|10-21-2002 10:36 PM|
How to view sponsors?
It's probably really obvious, and I just missed it, but how can I view ALL the sponsors of this site without going to home page and hitting "refresh" 200 times ?
I want to post something about potentially setting up a mexico trip next year, but I want to make sure if something goes down, an existing sponsors gets first crack IF one covers mexico with gusto, not just "Yeeeeeeah... I guess we can set that up..."