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Please point me in the direction to make tomakinconstruction.com mobile friendly. I remember that Homestead had a link to Duda, Dadu, something like that a couple years ago. But when checking my account pages the link is now gone. 

Any help is appreciated. Thank you.
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It looks like you found the link. Let us know if you need anything else.
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Hi Drew,

Yes I found the link to DUDA on Google. But the link I was refering to was on the Homestead account page. I used it on a couple other sites and it was easy. But now when I look for it so I can use it for this site, it doesn't show up.

Anyway, if I use the DUDA website to sign up will I need to do anything with Homestead?

Thanks again for the help.
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It is better to do it via Homestead as Duda will then redirect automatically.

Also, I don't know if Duda offers a site for free up to 10 pages as you can get with us. If you go directly to duda, you will need to copy/paste the redirect code into the header of each page
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OK. Then how do I sign up, actavate, etc. via Homestead?

Do I require Sitebuilder Plus or will regular Sitebuilder work?

As I said before, there was a link to Duda on the website manager pages but it seems to be gone at this time.
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Several months ago, I created a free mobile site using Dudamobile, but I didn't like having their banner ads on my site, and didn't want to pay extra to have them remove it.  Then WHC1666 shared a way to create mobile sites using Sitebuilder.  Here's his original post:

https://community.homestead.com/homestead/topics/google-changes-and-mobile-websites?topic-reply-list....

I took his advice and built a mobile site using only Sitebuilder Desktop.  Here it is:

www.elversonpuzzle.com

The whole process was surprisingly easy.  First, I created a folder (called Mobile) for my new mobile pages.  Then, in Page Properties, I set the page width of each mobile page to 320.

Also, in Page Properties/Advanced, I inserted the following html code in the <HEAD> tag of each mobile page:

<meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width, initial-scale=1">

Once the mobile pages are published, you need to provide a way for mobile users to find them.  That can be achieved (as WHC1666 suggested above) by adding buttons to your desktop pages, allowing users to choose between your desktop or mobile site.

Alternatively, you can add html code to your desktop pages that will automatically sense if the page is being accessed by a mobile device, and if so, redirect it to a mobile page that you specify.  To do it, go to Page Properties/Advanced, and insert the following html code in the <HEAD> tag of each desktop page that you wish to redirect:

<script type="text/javascript">
<!--
if (screen.width <= 699) {
document.location = "http://www.yourdomain.com/youroptionalfolder/yourmobilepage.html";
}
//-->
</script>

This simple method isn't foolproof and may not work for every phone.  It requires that javascript be enabled on the mobile device. However, I think it will work on the majority of phones, and additional html code could always be added to make it more robust.

I am very pleased with the results.  It passes Google's mobile-friendly test, doesn't have any banner/footer ads, allows you to create as many pages as you want (using a sitebuilder that you are already familiar with), and allows you to view the site stats for each mobile page.

Thank you, WHC1666, for bringing this to everyone's attention!
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You're right. It was surprisingly easy. Will anything bad happen if I add the code as instructed to the mobile pages and the redirect to the index page? You know...alternatively or should I choose one or the other.
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Hi Steve,

I am not sure what you mean, but nothing bad has happened to my site.  If you put the redirect on your index page, it will direct mobile users to the mobile page specified in the redirect.  If you have other pages (besides the index) that you want redirected, you must put the redirect code on them as well. The code that you add to your mobile page(s) will make the page display correctly (correct size) on a mobile device.

George
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This is a legitimate way to make the site. Nothing bad should happen assuming everything is done correctly. If you pass the mobile friendly test from Google, you have nothing to worry about.

Google mobile test tool
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Awesome, thanks Drew!
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Steve,

This is my mobile index page (created with Sitebuilder Desktop):

http://www.elversonpuzzle.com/mobile/

George
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Hey George and Drew

I followed the instructions as I understood them to the letter. 320 wide with the specific script you included. I did turn off the image toolbar and centered the page. 

I also put the other script you suggested in HEAD tag of the pages I wanted to re-direct after changing the url as instructed. I also put a link on the main index page to the mobile page.

However, it's been a couple hours and I finally checked the mobile page and main desktop through the google mobile friendly site. On both pages I received the message "Unable to fetch the requested url".  Have I done something wrong?

The website url's are
http://www.tomakinconstruction.com/index.html
and
http://www.tomakinconstruction.com/mobile/mobile.html

Also, I'm using Chrome and have noticed a delay when I publish and view the pages. For a second or so Chrome tells me that they can't find the page, that it's unavailable then it quickly loads. Any thoughts?

Thanks again.

I just found that http://drywall-repair-system.homestead.com/mobile/mobile.html
is Google friendly. Why isn't the page "friendly" when using my domain name or should I change the re-direct to the .homestead address?
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Steve,

I don't know why the google mobile-friendly test is giving you that message.  I thought it might have something to do with your domain name (not directing to Homestead fast enough), but I got the same error when I did the test with:

http://drywall-repair-system.homestead.com

George

P.S.  The code that you added to your index and mobile page look correct.  Were you getting that message before you added the code?
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steve4468, It looks like you setup a Dudamobile site first, is that correct? If so, would you like me to disable it. That may be disrupting the whole thing.
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Steve, if you have a Dudamobile site linked to your Homestead website, it will have to be disabled by Drew in order for the redirect that you added to work correctly.
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Hey guys,

Yes Drew. I would appreciate you disabling the duda site. I didn't think it would matter as I have not published it yet. At least I don't think I did.

George, I never checked with Google mobile friendly until after I entered the code. If what Drew does doesn't work do you recommend removing the code and trying again.

I also want to thank you guys. Your advice and directions have proven to be a great help. Thanks again.
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Steve,

Once the Dudamobile redirect is disabled, everything should redirect correctly. 

If you want to experiment, I would temporarily change the redirect that you added to the index so that it points to http://drywall-repair-system.homestead.com/mobile/mobile.html

Then, if you do a Google mobile-friendly test on:

http://drywall-repair-system.homestead.com

I think it will say that it's mobile friendly.
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George,

I think I'll wait until Drew disables the Duda site then try Google mobile friendly again.

Because my website traffic gets directed to various pages (wall repair, popcorn texture, wall textures, ceiling repair, etc.) I placed the same script as on the index page directing to the mobile page on different pages. Could that also be a problem?
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George,

I think I'll wait until Drew disables the Duda site then try Google mobile friendly again.

Because my website traffic gets directed to various pages (wall repair, popcorn texture, wall textures, ceiling repair, etc.) I placed the same script as on the index page directing to the mobile page on different pages. Could that also be a problem?
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I have just disabled the Duda. It is possible that it will take some time to propagate, so check your site on mobile a few times before testing against Google. Their tool will only work if the redirect is working correctly.
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Thanks Drew. I'll try it before work tomorrow and let you know how it works. 

Thanks again.
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Steve,

I was just running the Google mobile-friendly test on your site -- most of the time I get the "unable to fetch" message, but occasionally it passes. When it fails, I keep hitting "analyze" until it passes (I also clear my recent history in between tests, just in case that has any affect on it).  Hopefully by tomorrow it will be working 100%.  However, when I attempt to go to your site with my desktop computer using Firefox, I occasionally get this message:

"The connection was reset

The connection to the server was reset while the page was loading.

The site could be temporarily unavailable or too busy. Try again in a few moments.
If you are unable to load any pages, check your computer's network connection.
If your computer or network is protected by a firewall or proxy, make sure that Firefox is permitted to access the Web.

Try again"

When I try again, it loads correctly.  I don't know why that happens, but it may explain why the Google mobile friendly test is often saying "unable to fetch".

To answer an earlier question, it's ok to add the identical redirect to all your pages (so that if someone with a mobile device tries to go to those pages, they will be redirected to your mobile index page), but in the future, you could create new mobile pages for wall repair, popcorn texture, wall textures, ceiling repair, etc. and change the redirect on your desktop pages to point to those new mobile pages.
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Good morning George and Drew,

This is what I've done:

I've changed the url on the re-direct script to 
http://drywall-repair-system.homestead.com/mobile/mobile.html
and placed the script on all possible landing pages.

I hope I got the script correct.

<script type="text/javascript">
<!--
if (screen.width <= 699) {
document.location = "http://drywall-repair-system.homestead.com/mobile/mobile.html";
}
//-->
</script>

On the desktop index page I've changed the link so it points to
http://drywall-repair-system.homestead.com/mobile/mobile.html
as a url direct and not an existing page link.

On the mobile page I've changed the index link to point to
http://www.tomakinconstruction.com/index.html
as a url direct and not an existing page link.

I hope these changes don't create any problems but after trying a number of times to test my domains mobile page to check for mobile friendlyness and failing I switched to the .homestead domain. The .homestead domain mobile page passed everytime I tried. If needed I can change all scripts back to my domains url fairly quickly.

However this raised a question I don't understand. Why does the exact same mobile page pass when using the .homestead domain yet has "fetching" problems when using the tomakinconstruction.com domain?

Concerning Firefox and Chrome taking so long to load, not finding the page, page not available, etc., Is that a server problem, an isp problem, browser problem? Any advice is appreciated.

I also wanted to thank both of you for your help. Your information was easy to understand and addressed my concerns accurately. And to be honest, I was a bit uneasy about creating a mobile page but you guys made it simple and much quicker than I thought it would be.

Now if we can just get the domain issues worked out, I'll be as happy as a tornado in a trailer park.

Thanks again.
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Hi Steve,

Sorry for not responding sooner.  I saw your post early this morning, but I wanted to read some more about this problem before getting back to you.

If you do a google search for "google mobile friendly failed to fetch the requested URL", you will find lots of people reporting that problem, but I haven't been able to find anyone who has a solution to it (I am sure there is a fix, but after reading through several posts, I haven't been able to find it).

Here are some diagnostic tools that I have come across:

http://www.ragepank.com/redirect-check/

When I used it to check http://www.tomakinconstruction.com, it occasionally will report:

"http://www.tomakinconstruction.com returns no response" (it says, "This is unusual, and you may want to investigate this further")

However, occasionally the test will report:

"http://www.tomakinconstruction.com returns a 200 (OK) response. PR N/A"  (which is good)

Also, the test reports:

"12 pages are doing a 302 temporary redirect. It is probably better to change these to a 301 redirect, which is search engine friendly"

When I ran the test on my website (which passes the mobile-friendly test), it reported similar 302 temporary redirects and recommended changing them to 301 permanent redirects.

Curiously, if you run that test on http://drywall-repair-system.homestead.com, it reports only 301 permanent redirects (no 302 temporary redirects), so even though it may not be the cause of the problem, it appears that the .homestead URL is more search engine friendly than your domain URL.

In addition, if you run that test on http://drywall-repair-system.homestead.com, it ALWAYS reports:

"http://drywall-repair-system.homestead.com returns a 200 (OK) response. PR N/A" 

which may explain why it is mobile-friendly and your domain URL often is not.


If you go to:

http://www.intodns.com/tomakinconstruction.com

It reports that everything is OK or Good (my site shows similar results).


If you go to:

http://mxtoolbox.com/domain/tomakinconstruction.com/

It reports an error and several warnings, but my site (which passes the mobile-friendly test) returns the same results


If you go to:

https://developers.google.com/speed/pagespeed/insights/

and have it analyze http://www.tomakinconstruction.com

It frequently will report that PageSpeed was unable to connect to the server.


I really do not know what all this means, but hopefully it will provide some clues as to what might be causing the problem.

P.S.  It looks like your domain name is registered with Homestead (my domain name is also registered with Homestead).
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I'll have to do some looking at this as well. As for page speed. One easy thing to start with is to click on each image on a page and use the optimize button. This will resize the image consistent with the size on the page. This will improve page speed.
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Hi Drew,

If you go to:

http://validator.w3.org/

and have it validate:

http://www.tomakinconstruction.com

 it comes back with this message:

___________

                             
                                    Sorry! This document cannot be checked.
  1. Error

    I got the following unexpected response when trying to retrieve <http://www.tomakinconstruction.com/>:

    500 Status read failed: Connection reset by peer

    If you made recent changes to your domain name (DNS) configuration, you may also want to check that your domain records are correct, or ask your hosting company to do so.

___________

If you have it validate:

http://drywall-repair-system.homestead.com

it comes back with 55 errors, 3 warnings.

I don't know what this means, but it is finding a difference between the .homestead URL and the domain URL (even though it's the same webpage).
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I see that, and am looking at it.
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When I ran that validate test on my site, I got 11 errors, 4 warnings.  The 55 errors on Steve's site seems like a lot -- don't know if that is causing the problem.
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Hey Guys,

Sorry for taking so long to back to this thread but my day job keeps me pretty busy. Those walls and ceilings won't fix themselves.

After seeing the responses about problems with
http://www.tomakinconstruction.com/
vs.
http://drywall-repair-system.homestead.com
I got this brilliant idea. Why not use one of the 17 domains I have with Homestead that's just sitting around doing nothing and create a mobile friendly website. I came up with this.
http://tomakinmobile.homestead.com/index.html
It's pointed at
http://www.tomakin.com/

However, when I tested it for mobile friendly guess what happened?

That's right! The .homestead.com version came back as Awesome. It's mobile friendly. But the tomakin.com site had the same problems as the tomakinconstruction.com mobile page. Failed to fetch.

It appears to me that this problem is on Homestead's end. As far as 301's and 302's go, I just point and click to create a link using sitebuilder. I don't use scripts, George's excluded. My stuff is bland and pretty boring. No flash, no interactive stuff. Just words, some pictures and links that are created using the standard sitebuilder tools.

We've been with Homestead for over ten years and have never had a problem that couldn't be solved quickly. Until now.

If Homestead is unable to solve this problem I'll have to go somewhere else. And I don't want to go because I'm comfortable with the software and as stated previously, never had any problems. But I need to eat, pay bills, etc. 

Now if Homestead is offering mobile capability as an add-on, I'm OK with that. But to force someone to use Duda or another service without full disclosure just to give the site the ability to be crawled by Google or the other search engines just ain't cool. The only time I've gotten traffic that amounted to anything through a .homestead.com search result was from Microsoft/Bing/Whatever they're called. On occasion I've seen some traffic from Google and Yahoo from a .homestead.com result. But it never lasted long in the search results.

Please help me with this problem. Both of you guys, Drew and George have been great. You've taught me some basic stuff about being mobile friendly, provided advice and even scripts. But I depend on reputation and search engine traffic for new customers. And believe it or not most people don't have damaged walls and ceilings that they need fixed regularly.

Thanks again.

PS: I'm not mad or upset with anyone but it is frustrating.
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Hi Steve,

It was a good idea to try it with a different domain name.  I don't know why both are resulting in the "Failed to fetch the requested URL" when you run the google mobile friendly test, but I would agree that it appears to be on Homestead's end (since both domains are registered through them).

I was just running the google mobile friendly test on both our your domain names -- the tomakin.com url consistently fails, but the tomakinconstruction.com url may fail on the first attempt, but appears to work correctly on several attempts afterwards.

I don't think the problem is related to the 302 temporary redirects that are associated with our domains (my site is setup just like yours and it's working fine), but it probably would be better (more mobile friendly) if our domains used 301 permanent redirects.  That, however, is completely out of our control (has nothing to do with page content).

Just to eliminate the possibility that page content has anything to do with this problem,
you might want to create and publish a blank page (no content in it) and see if you still get the fetch error when running the google mobile friendly test on that blank page (i.e. http://www.tomakinconstruction.com/blankpage.html)




 
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Update:
I moved the page from the mobile folder into the regular folder as George has done on his site, added a description (oops forgot) and keywords (forgot so oops again) saved then published. After testing
http://www.tomakinconstruction.com/mobile.html
it came back as mobile friendly. It took a couple trys but now seems to be mobile friendly 70% of the times I test. No it's not perfect but at least the thing passed and has given me some hope.

The problem still exists on
http://www.tomakin.com/index.html
but not on
http://tomakinmobile.homestead.com/index.html 

Which brings up another question. In your opinions, is the content different enough between tomakin.com and tomakinconstruction.com that no problems will arise from search engines seeing duplicate content? Or should I move the pages from one website file folder to another. I like the tomakin.com site better than the mobile page on tomakinconstruction.com but it passed and I don't want to take the chance of messing it up.

Thanks again.
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Hi George,

I took your advice and published
http://drywall-repair-system.homestead.com/blankpage.html
and
http://www.tomakinconstruction.com/blankpage.html
Both pages passed on the first try.

Suggestions?
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Steve,

It looks like tomakinconstruction.com is passing the mobile friendly test (at least most of the time).  I consistently get the fetch error with tomakin.com, but I wouldn't worry about it as long as the other continues to work.

I wouldn't worry about having both pages on your site. They have some similar content, but they are not identical pages.
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I don't think I would have tried publishing a blank page. Great idea! You are correct that it is not the 302 redirect. I have confirmed that this is not a problem many times with our SEO people.

Also, Google is pretty smart and usually figures out that the sites are connected and do not count it as duplicate content.
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Hi Drew,

Hopefully this problem is resolving itself.  Perhaps it takes a few days for everything to work correctly.  So far, http://www.tomakinconstruction.com appears to be google friendly, which is great!  It's also ad-free, which is a bonus.
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It is possible it is taking them some time to index everything and properly view it.
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George and Drew,

Thanks for all the work you put into helping me out. I truly appreciate everything you guys did. And to be perfectly honest about it, I was beginning to think it was a lost cause. Thank you so much.

Now about tomakin.com.......I got nothing. Hopefully it will work itself out in a few days. I'll keep testing and will inform you of any changes.

Thanks again.

Steve
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I'll keep looking too.
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Hey George and Drew,

A few days have passed and I wanted to give you an update. What you taught me and suggested worked perfectly. I'm getting traffic from phones and tablets on tomakinconstruction.com.

I still need to change the scripting you furnished a bit to make specific desktop pages point to specific mobile pages instead of just the mobile index. But that's for next week.

Tomakin.com still doesn't pass the mobile friendly test and I've not yet received any traffic but the domain just sat there for some time just pointing at a squat page so I'm pretty sure it will take a while to get its pages indexed with the various search engines. However, if tomakinconstruction.com continues to show improvements I'll most likely aim it back to my domain squat page

Anyway..........You guys were great. Thanks again. I couldn't have done it without you.

Steve
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Hi Steve,

Thanks for the update.  I'm glad the new mobile site is working for you.  It looks like tomakinconstruction.com consistently passes the google mobile friendly test, but tomakin.com consistently gets the "failed to fetch" error.  Google was able to cache it:

http://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cache:gXtBYGZxR3wJ:www.tomakin.com/+&cd=1&hl=...

If you go to validator.w3.org and validate tomakin.com, you no longer get the "500 status read failed" error, so perhaps it just needs more time for google to show that it's mobile friendly.

Update:  I just tried going to tomakin.com on my iPod, and it was redirected to mobile.dudamobile.com and shows their "404 site not found" page, so that appears to be the problem!  If Drew can remove the Dudamobile redirect from tomakin.com, it should begin to work correctly.
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Hi George,

Mobile.dudamobile.com? I admit that a year or two ago I messed around with the free duda offer from Homestead. I don't remember the specific domains I used but after quite a few attempts of using the Duda builder I came to the conclusion that I didn't like the way any of it worked or the way the final product appeared. Lazyness? Who knows. Besides, at that time all the search engines were crawling my sites and presenting the sites to desktops AND mobile devices.

So it is very possible that I'm the one to blame for the mobile.dudamobile.com 404 re-direct. I can't say for sure that I actually canceled the account(s?). I do know that I cancelled/deleted the website(s). And as I said before, it was a year or two ago. Maybe longer. I honestly don't remember. But if it fixes the problem I'll gladly take the blame
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The problem isn't your fault, Steve.  When Dudamobile sites are deleted, the redirects remain active and the only way to get rid of them is to ask Homestead to remove it.  I'm just glad the problem isn't anything else because that's an easy fix for Drew!
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Good morning Drew,

Would you please remove the duda re-direct from tomakin.com as suggested by George? 

However, if a re-direct is not to blame any advice would be appreciated.

Thank you.

Steve
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Good morning. I hope you folks had a good Thanksgiving. The Dudamobile was active on that site. I have removed it, but there will be a propagation time, so it won't work immediately.
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Thank you, Drew.  Hope you had a good Thanksgiving, too!
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I just checked and tomakin.com is now mobile friendly.  Thanks awesome, Drew!
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Hey Guys,

Thanks! I appreciate how quickly this has been resolved and how spot-on the advice, suggestions, etc. were. As stated before, I couldn't have done it without you.

I hope you guys have a great holiday and I'll be bragging about the both of you at my local watering hole.

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