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I will suggest adding a link at the top with words like "Powered by ". Or maybe just "Looking for other events. Check out ". You can also ask the team to change URL of child website to something like "www.parentsite.com/childsite". Keep the existing domain "www.childsite.com" and redirect it to the new URL. This way, every time user search for child ...


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Depending how much you want to highlight the relationship you could use one of several approaches: Do like stack exchange: add a link to the child site on the parent and vice-versa. On the parent site: Add a section "built with our platform / facilitated by us / our events" and showcase / link to some / all the events, with a link to the child site. Or just ...


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I think you might need to look at content marketing strategies for this. Maybe design some landing pages and direct traffic to it. But you could also think about how this website shows it's child websites, stack exchange has it's global nav and the child websites sit inside of them.


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If I think correctly, the programmable components are the basic combinations If we have 5 variables - then 120 permutation without repetition Partial data will be taken from the current structure in the database Data from combinations results should be saved elsewhere - in terms of whether results in programmable components are permanently recorded or ...


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Ideas come to my mind: Add label in the top place at page. Assign a color to the appropriate group and then display it in UI details Add a mention in the URL Icons Statement at the top place at page.


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I feel like using icons to differentiate between users/groups/items would be a good idea. Considering that this is specifically to tackle the issue on a profile page, a clear, well-defined icon would do the trick. I also like subtle visual cues to differentiate between access levels. If you can create a color palette for each group and use it in the header/...


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