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Lori

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  1. Absolutely not, I'm not throwing those words around carelessly. I will do so at some point, but neither of us is ready for that yet. Lori
  2. Click My Messages from the top menu. Then hover over the Messages tab thingy on LHS - there's an option for Sent Messages. From memory though, I believe it asks you if you want to save a copy of the message at the time you send it, so if you didn't then prob won't be there. I'm not KC so the system could easily have changed idk :smiley: Lori
  3. Yay! Way to go Boss Sometimes it can help to get a fresh pair of eyes to look over something and then you spot the solution yourself anyway, used to happen to me all the time in my old job
  4. I found sthg by looking at a website someplace and it seems to define things as meta name before using them; <meta name="title" content="blah blah" /> <meta itemprop="name" content="blah blah" /> <meta property="og:title" content="blah blah" /> <meta name="description" content="blah blah" /> <meta itemprop="description" content="blah blah" /> <meta id="meta-tag-description" property="og:description" content="blah blah" /> <meta itemprop="image" content="imageref" /> <meta property="og:image" content="imageref? /> The tips on w3
  5. Hmm... that is not identical to the code retrievable from the error message, as shown below <meta property="og:title" content="Cousin Marriage Resources "/> <meta property="og:image" content="http://cousincouples.com/newccweb.jpg" /> <meta property="og:image:type" content="image/jpeg" /> <meta property="og:image:width" content="415" /> <meta property="og:image:height" content="200" /> <meta property="og:site_name" content="CousinCouples.com" /> <meta property="og:description" content="Support, resources and information for and about kissing
  6. You're missing a space at the end of the line before the closing thingy .... between the closing " & /> It's on the line quoted in the error msg, line 8 re: title, also line 9 re: img, line 13 re: site_name, line 14 re: description. I've never used meta tags but I have had this omission of a space make my code go wonky so worth a try mebbe? Made more sense once I found the 'show source' option lol. Else I can look at it some more on Monday when mini me is back at school, something useful to do would be good.
  7. Why is the first " shown in red on the error msg? Does it mean that's what is missing? My skills in this area are far inferior to yours, it just looks like it may need to be defined somewhere else ... just guessing here. Also on the faq link it mentions that some software can strip out the required data on referer links
  8. Am loving the one on the bike.... tis just the expression! Thx for sharing, Lori
  9. I disagree with the last post in its entirety. It conveys the impression that the writer has not comprehended the situation under discussion and is written in a manner that suggests the writer is searching for validation of his own personal feelings or situation. xoxot, Are you currently sneaking out to meet your cousin or is the communication purely via messages / phone etc atm? I would urge you to stick with the college plan. Even if you and your cousin were able to start the happy ever from tomorrow, there is always a risk that the relationship will not work out. There is a say
  10. If she's your grandfather's sister's daughter, that would make her your first cousin once removed, if I've understood u right. About her saying you hadn't been acted differently when u know u have; 2 options, either she is reassuring u that ur behaviour is ok and she doesn't have a problem with it, or she hadn't noticed any differences as she wasn't paying attention and it didn't matter to her. imho. Oh and try paragraphs, more members are likely to reply if they can read the prose more clearly Lori
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