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Today I changed the Prefix from Marketpage to:

DN.ca / Marketplace /

So with the Member name it looks like this

DN.ca / Market / MapleDots

So now the title of your market page matched your custom market page URL.

PS. I also switched the prefix colour from green to blue which is our board colour.
 
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Today I matched all the names for your marketplace​




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Browser Tab now shows: DN.ca / Market / Username​








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URL bar now shows: DN.ca / Market / Username​




It will substitute your MapleDots with your username






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Forum view and topic view now shows your Market User Name as well​

 

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Remember that DN.ca rarely if ever deletes Member posts but the Market Pages are an exception.

If you get a deleted post notification from the Market Pages that means a member is cleaning up the outdated or no longer relevant posts from their Market Page. This is quite normal very similar to how anyone would clean up their business website comments that are no longer applicable.

The member has the option to notify you of the deletion or not.

So remember the deletion does not mean you did anything wrong, it just means the owner of the Market Page want a nice clean lander after the comments are addressed.
 

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Today I added an automatic marketpage under the avatar in post view.

So now it will advertise your DN Market Page on every post you make.


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Took a screenshot of @Develop 's view, he recently also became verified giving him showroom access.
 

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I have updated my market page to show a lot of my domains.

Punch any of my domains into the URL bar and you will see they forward to here

Using my marketplace address as my official landing page: dn.ca/market/mapledots you can add: /?domain=red.ca to the end of the address when you forward and it will stay in the address bar like this: dn.ca/market/mapledots/?domain=red.ca

See it working here: Red.ca

Feel free to discuss below
 

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One annoyance is that if I try to reply to a user's comment on my marketplace post, it says I can't "bump" my topic for 24 hours and rejects my reply. While I understand the point of the rule, it seems that it shouldn't apply when someone is repling to a comment as it stops a conversation from happening.
 

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I turned off the bump limit and am going to invoke the honour system.

Respond any time and bump any time if you have something to say but if you're only going to say up or bump please do do every 24 hours.

Lets see how that works, if not I can always set other parameters based on post count.


PS. MarketPages have no limits of any kind and you can delete anyone's post or post as often as you like on your market page.
 

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