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In the "May I promote here?" section of the FAQ there is an omission of some word;

We also offer [special discounts? rates?] for open source projects and non-profit organizations.

What is it that StackExchange is offering?

(Confirmed on,, &

Addendum: To amanaP's reply, I totally believe you but...

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I thought this was a typographical error, looks like a bug. We are running IE 7.0(.5730.13) in XP (SP3). What is odd is that my browser is rendering the "contact our sales team" link immediately preceding the link that isn't displaying correctly.

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Cannot reproduce on FF8.0.1 (OS X 10.6.8). – Adam Davis Dec 20 '11 at 14:20
Just upgraded my malware VM IE to 7 (Win XP). Can't reproduce. Here is a screenshot: – alextsc Dec 20 '11 at 15:04
No-repro on FF8 and IE8 (!) on Win 7, 32-bit. – tombull89 Dec 20 '11 at 15:07
No repro in IE8 on XP – Benjol Dec 21 '11 at 7:50
up vote 6 down vote accepted

see there

We also offer free community promotion ads for open source projects and non-profit organizations.

It is the same on all 3 sites (in Chrome).

In IE7: The promo box is mysteriously missing:

where is it?

But when I click on May I promote here? I see:


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Since the link is displaying correctly on your machine, this may be an IE7+XP issue. An addendum has been added to the question. – mfg Dec 20 '11 at 14:32
@mfg see my update – amanaP lanaC A nalP A naM A Dec 20 '11 at 14:39

Given the nature of the link text - "free community promotion ads" - and the fact that it selectively applied to that link and not the preceding one, my money is on this being the effect of some ad-blocker or malware blocker, not a bug in IE proper.

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