I need to choose Ethernet cables for my home installation. I can buy U/FTP cat.6A or S/FTP cat.7A at the same price. As I know, category 7A provides more bandwidth, but in order to use the highest available bandwidth I need 7/7A connectors (e.g. GG45, not RJ45), which are not very popular.
I found that cat.7/7A cables are backwards compatible with categories 5/5E and 6. But I can’t figure out if the 7/7A cables are backwards compatible with category 6A cables. Can one say that a link with cat.7A cable and cat.6A connectors is not worse in case of bandwidth than a link with cat.6A cables and connectors? Are there any disadvantages of using 7/7A compared to 6A? Is it possible that any 6A connector or device is or will not be compatible with category 7A cable?
I need a pay per post system for specific woocommerce products category.
Hi, my site is currently running the latest version of WordPress V5.4.1 with the woocommerce V4.0.0 plugin installed.
With woocommerce, by default the product page is accessible to all users. I would like to be able to restrict access to the product page to users who have already purchased the product. That is to say after adding it to the cart from the store and paying at checkout.
Product = a post type Woocommerce plugin link = https://fr.wordpress.org/plugins/woocommerce
So, I would like to display the content of the product page only if the product has already been purchased by the user. That is, if the product is contained in the user’s order list.
I would like to apply this system only to products of certain specific categories to be defined.
As for the restriction of products, which are not yet purchased by the user, I would also like to have the possibility of defining a redirect page whose content remains under my sole responsibility.
For this, I will expressly need a small parameter in the rediction link which would display the ID of the product to buy in this way for example: **_redirect_id=PRODUCT_ID (It will be useful for me to display on the page, some product information by the get method 😉 Like this: https://zupimages.net/up/20/22/b2wf.png
I found from my research, certain articles which deal with the subject but which always seem vague to me. Articles link:
I know it shouldn’t be too complicated if you merge some of the information from the links above, but I admit that I really don’t know how to go about it, I’m worried above for days .. Thanks in advance for your help !
In Android 7 (Nougat), there was a special option that allowed for improved granularity in managing notification order, see e.g. this report. I made extensive use of this feature but, alas, it has been dropped. Now on Android 10, I only find two notification classes, “alert” and “silent/gentle”.
I have a lot of calendar reminders and messages that are both required to be alerted to me. However, I need the messages (Slack, Whatsapp, etc.) to be ON TOP of all the other notifications, especially on top of the calendar reminders, so that incoming messages do not get lost among the many reminders of a day.
Previously, in Android 7, this was readily feasible by giving the messenger apps “highest priority” and the calendar app “second highest priority”. Both generated palpable alert notifications, but the messenger notifications would always be moved to the top and remain there, even as new calendar reminders come in. Currently, the only way to move the reminders below the other notifications is to classify them as silent, which defies their very purpose.
Is there any way to change the order of notifications on a per-app basis within the alert category on android 10? I looked extensively for an Xposed module or custom rom that could do that. So far, in vain. Help very much appreciated!
I am working on my personal website where, for the purpose of this question, we can assume the site structure is as follows:
At present, the ‘Keeping Fit’ and ‘Healthy Eating’ Pages are Parent Category Pages with the Pages below these being Child Categories. The Child Categories contain an Archive of their respective Blog Posts with the Parent Categories containing an Archive of all the Blog Posts that appear in their respective Child Categories.
In the interest of providing greater unique content, I was thinking of changing the ‘Keeping Fit’ and ‘Healthy Eating’ Category Archive Pages into Static Pages. I would then remove the Archived Posts from the Parent Categories and replace with content, such as:
Why I am keeping fit.
Before and after I started keeping fit photographs.
Healthy Eating Milestones.
Money saved to date on not buying processed foods
Would performing the above changes be considered good practice or would I be causing some potential issues, from an SEO perspective? The concerns I have, are as follows:
The current Child Categories will be moved up to Parent Categories and thus be on the same level as the newly transferred Static Pages (‘Keeping Fit’ and ‘Healthy Eating’). Would this cause issues with search engines understanding the layout of the website?
The URLs will no longer reflect the Parent/Child Category relationship. Instead, the URLs will present the newly created static pages as being independent from the newly appointed Parent Categories.
The Breadcrumbs will no longer reflect the relationship between the ‘Keeping Fit’ and ‘Healthy Eating’ Pages with the new Parent Category Archive pages.
The ‘Keeping Fit’ and ‘Healthy Eating’ pages will lose all the Internal Links from having displaying the archived Blog Posts.
I may lose ‘SERPS real Estate’ by losing the Sitelinks, since I am using a mix of Pages and Categories rather than choosing just one and maintaining a consistent URL structure.
Are my concerns warranted and is it a case of choosing which areas I want to focus on or are my concerns something that should get be thinking of a better way in approaching this … Possibly leaving things as they are?