It’s always interesting and fun to look through images and fine one for a holiday. It has to resonate with me and this one did.
I hope you all have a wonderful day with family and/or friends … and thanks to all (and their families) who give their lives and time to keep us safe. :flagwave:
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Love this – Really saves it all! have a wonderful day! 🙂
says not save!
Happy Memorial Day
I so agree with your sentiments.
Happy Memorial Day to you and your family! :flagwave:
Happy Memorial Day! Im putting this as my profile pic on fb for the day. 🙂
Hi Glen, my Plugin saves the AIOSEOP details against the base Product’s Post ID, AIOSEOP checks for these details for each Post/Product, I suspect variable Products are being displayed differently to other Types.
I totally agree. :flagwave:
Hope you and your family have a safe Memorial Day.
Happy Memorial Day to you all!
I agree!! I hope you all have a wonderful Memorial Day!
:flagwave: :flagwave: :flagwave:
thanks for the giveaway
that was a great choice!
So, when would you suggest using the static array in the GlobalVarContainer class (another brilliant article, btw :-), and when should one access public variables/methods in the Document Class through the root property?
Jason,Real estate proved to be a 70-year bubble. I don’t know why people like gold other than the fact that other people like gold.In 1980 gold was about $800 per ounce, then fell to about $300 at the end of that bubble. So now there is a new bubble. What will prick it? I have no idea.Rodger Malcolm Mitchell
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