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revaxarts says
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revaxarts says

Only have FIFA on the PS4 :(

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revaxarts says

Have you searched Google for the links?

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revaxarts says

Best to check the source:

https://core.trac.wordpress.org/browser/tags/3.9.1/src/wp-includes/vars.php#L123

Seems it knows the most mobile devices but I doubt you’ll catch them all

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revaxarts says

Don’t care about your buyers that much in this situation.

I wish you all the best Miseld!

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revaxarts says

^ this is because the function is not in the global scope (where you try to access it)

You can do this:

(function($) {
  "use strict";

// Author code here

    window.customFunction = function( img ){

    // custom code

    }

})(jQuery);
to assign your function to the global space (window) but I would recommend to add an event listener and keep everything in a scope:
(function($) {
  "use strict";

    $(window).on('load', function(){

        //do something with $('img')

    });

})(jQuery);
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revaxarts says

\\

Also Friday here

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revaxarts says

... But surprisingly enough, there are authors out there who are genuinely excited about your new items and would like to wish you success in your sales :)

I don’t think these authors are that excited Travis. The same author(s) post (the same) comment on every (I mean every) item. I doubt that they like every item.

I rarely spend time commenting GLWS but when I do I’m really impressed by the work and I have to mentioned it.

Just saying

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revaxarts says


Why do you close php tags at the end of the file ? Otherwise, great little script :D
Is an habit I have since I started leaning PHP. Is there something bad? :)

only the cool guys don’t close the last tag ;)

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revaxarts says

+1 that would be awesome!

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