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Thanks for the comments guys.
@andy_unleash – I agree with you. It is a very inefficient way of doing things. The LI was just an example. This is happening all over the site, but that is the way the in house developers want to proceed, so who I am to argue as a contractor, I am just here to help with more hands on deck, and adjust to their coding standards. Seems the wrong way to do it though. Ho hum, will be moving on to the next project soon, so not to worry :)