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No link to the forum on the main marinebio.org site.

No link to the forum on the main marinebio.org site.

Postby JP » 2/2/13

Hey guys,

I noticed on the main marinebio.org page that there is no longer a link to the forum (that I could find) anywhere on the frontpage of the website. i had to dig around in the site map to find the forums again. there used to be a prominent link to the forums on the site before but I'll be darned if I could find one there now. That may partially explain why traffic on this forum has been so low the last while.

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Re: No link to the forum on the main marinebio.org site.

Postby David » 2/2/13

Thanks for the note, we've added it back. We've had lots of spammers signing up here at the forums lately and are looking into solutions. We currently have registration turned off but should have things back to normal soon. Let us know if you find anything else that might make things better.
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