checksum numbers hard to find

I use openSUSE since version 9.2 but now I have problems finding the checksum. I used to use the command md5sum, later the sha256sum and I always compared the number with the checksum supplied at the website. Now in the instructions I find in the Checksum Help site the text to compare the Checksum “with the value found in the corresponding <some>.iso.sha256 file”. There are 8 download images where are the corresponding sha256 files or for me where is the “Intel or AMD 64-bit desktops, laptops, and servers (x86_64) Offline Image (4/4GB)” sha256 sum is my <some> value?
THis is the command I normaly use:

uli@linux-4skc:~/Downloads> sha256sum openSUSE-Leap-15.3-DVD-x86_64.iso  
0deae0b74953acd951150ae9567e098d450f2ae91b2d0c0a610b9d934f91c7b1  openSUSE-Leap-15.3-DVD-x86_64.iso

OK - I have found the link well hidden further up unde the headline “Downloading via Metalinks” and my sha256 value is correct. BUt it took me much longer to find this sha256 number than the 4.4GB download.

Yes, they have made it harder to find the checksums.

I have been downloading from

throughout the beta testing period. And it is easy to find the checksums there.

Drop down list near each image directly shows “Checksum”.