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    Forum Layout Changes

    This is a discussion on Forum Layout Changes within the Website news forums, part of the SkyUser Announcements category; As Sky Anytime no longer exists in that name, we have now moved all the posts from the Sky Anytime ...

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      Forum Layout Changes

      As Sky Anytime no longer exists in that name, we have now moved all the posts from the Sky Anytime Forum into the Sky Player forum.

      Also we have changed the Navbar Banner from below to above the Google search bar, to make it look a little neater.
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      Re: Forum Layout Changes

      I wonder whether the quantity and percentage of Sky telly vs Sky broadband threads has reached a point where a separate website for each is viable.

      I don't watch Sky and I can't see much overlap between the two areas at present -- though, of course, that relationship may change as downloading entertainment becomes more common.

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      Re: Forum Layout Changes

      Quote Originally Posted by fihart View Post
      I wonder whether the quantity and percentage of Sky telly vs Sky broadband threads has reached a point where a separate website for each is viable.
      I can't speak for the people behind this website but I can't say that either forums are so busy that a new site would be be needed. Infact it is nice to keep everything all under the one roof so to speak.

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      Re: Forum Layout Changes

      I like the idea, however when we first conceived Sky User, it was more aimed at Sky Broadband, however we then changed stance and decided to add all of Sky's products so to speak.

      As for two different sites, although not against the idea, logistically it would be a complete nightmare.

      With a big Thank You to the Premier Inn in Hayes, for the free broadband, so I can type this.


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