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I am looking for an Offshore VPS or DMCA IGNORE, I have seen on several pages but I have not reached when I understand which is better!

At the moment I am in a company that does not have DMCA ignore and I am forced to delete posts from the website when the requests come!

Which server do you suggest to keep 3-4 different domains but which have no content being uploaded or even photos uploaded to the server.

Anyway my budget can go up to $ 20 a month.

database – Is there a way for Cassandra to ignore clustering key when inserting?

Right now I have a table with three columns: GroupId,ObjectId and Data, with first two defined as partition key.

Currently it works as desired: if GroupIdand ObjectId match existing row, it gets overwritten.

I’m trying to add sorting by date, so I added third column, LastModified and specified it as clustering key. While it works for sorting, now I have multiple rows sharing the same GroupIdand ObjectId pairs, which is not what I need.

How can I achieve previous behaviour?

  1. I could read table before writing and delete matching row before writing a new one.
  2. I could, after reading, filter rows in my application.

I dislike both solutions because they seem to be too complicated and performance is a big concern. Is there a better way?

seo – Should I fight scrapers or ignore them all? Which is better in the long run?

Keep reporting them but try not to spend too much time on it. Make sure you add copyrights to your content.

There are plugins that can stop copy and paste behavior, and if they are using your RSS feed, change it to an excerpt.

Copyscape, Cloudflare, and I am sure there are several other services that help protect your content and intellectual property.

htaccess – mod_rewrite ignore Stylesheet and JavaScript

Instead of making exceptions for a growing list of expected file types, it is more usual (and more flexible) to just make an exception if the file exists (or, optionally, is a directory). For example:

RewriteEngine On
RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} !-f
RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} !-d
RewriteCond %{QUERY_STRING} !^page
RewriteRule ^(.*?)/?$ index.php?page=$1 (L)

The above says… if the request is not a file or directory on the filesystem then proceed and rewrite the request. The request should be rewritten directly to the file that handles the request, eg. index.php. In your example /?page=$1 is reliant on mod_dir issuing an additional subrequest for the DirectoryIndex, ie. index.php.

Since all your CSS, JS, images, etc. are all physical files on the filesystem then they won’t be rewritten.

Note that the regex ^(.*)/?$, as stated in the question, is arguably incorrect. It looks like you are trying to omit an optional trailing slash from the captured subpattern. So you could request either /location or /location/, but only capture location in both cases. However, that is not what this regex does. Because the preceding subpattern/quantifier (.*) is greedy, this will also consume the optional trailing slash, so the /? that follows doesn’t actually do anything. The regex ^(.*)/?$ is the same as ^(.*)$ (or simply (.*)). If you wanted to exclude an optional trailing slash from being captured, you would need to make the preceding pattern non-greedy, so that it doesn’t consume the optional trailing slash. eg. ^(.*?)/?$ (as stated above). Or, use alternation, eg. ^(.*)(?:/|)$. Or, make the preceding pattern more restrictive, so it won’t match a slash. eg. ^((a-z)*)/?$. But note that making the trailing slash optional here, potentially creates a duplicate content issue.

Apache even provides a one-liner (part of mod_dir) that essentially does the same thing:

FallbackResource /index.php

This internally rewrites all requests for non-existent files to /index.php. However, you would then need to check the requested URL (eg. $_SERVER('REQUEST_URI') in PHP), rather than the page URL param in order to route the request.


UPDATE: Ignore all files with an ending .css, .js, .php, .html, .png

However, having said that, if you want to ignore specific file extensions, it will be more efficient to first exclude these known file types before the general filesystem check (as mentioned above). The filesystem check is relatively expensive when compared to a regex pattern match.

So, combining these two checks, you could do something like the following:

RewriteCond %{REQUEST_URI} !.(css|js|php|html|png)$ (NC)
RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} !-f
RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} !-d
RewriteCond %{QUERY_STRING} !^page
RewriteRule ^(.*?)/?$ index.php?page=$1 (L)

Or, perform the file extension check in the RewriteRule pattern (slightly more efficient – since this is processed first). For example:

RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} !-f
RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} !-d
RewriteCond %{QUERY_STRING} !^page
RewriteCond %{REQUEST_URI} ^/(.*?)/?$
RewriteRule !.(css|js|php|html|png)$ index.php?page=%1 (NC,L)

The last RewriteCond directive is then used to grab the relevant part of the URL-path (from the example in the question), which is referenced using the %1 (as opposed to $1) backreference in the RewriteRule substitution. (Whether you need to do this will depend on your URL structure and what your script expects.)

Depending on your URL structure, it may be enough to simply exclude URLs that have a file extension, without being specific as to the actual file extensions. In which case you can probably omit the file-check (unless you have physical files without file extensions – unlikely). For example:

RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} !-d
RewriteCond %{QUERY_STRING} !^page
RewriteCond %{REQUEST_URI} ^/(.*?)/?$
RewriteRule !.(a-z0-9){2,4}$ index.php?page=%1 (NC,L)

In the above example, a file extension is assumed to be a dot followed by 2, 3 or 4 alphanumeric characters, which covers .css, .js, .mp4, etc.

Least Expensive Ignore DMCA Dedicated Servers In Norway?

Please can anyone suggest a company for low priced Dedicated Servers in Norway that ignore DMCA?

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dnd 5e – Does Elemental Adept ignore Absorb Elements

Scenario: A sorcerer with Elemental Adept (Fire) casts Fireball at a wizard, who uses their reaction to cast absorb elements. The wizard claims that his spell protects him and he takes half damage (or 1/4 with a successful save) while the sorcerer claims that his fire spells ignore resistance and therefore the wizard only gained an extra 1d6 fire damage on his next melee attack by casting absorb elements.

Elemental adept says

Spells you cast ignore resistance to damage of the chosen type.

While absorb elements says

The spell captures some of the incoming energy, lessening its effect on you and storing it for your next melee attack. You have resistance to the triggering damage type until the start of your next turn.

My initial read says that absorb elements gives the wizard resistance but Elemental Adept ignores resistance and therefore absorb elements would not protect the wizard from the damage of the spell at all.
On the other hand, we know there isn’t any fluff text in 5e, and the Absorb Elements spell specifically says “lessening its effect on you”. It can’t lessen the effect on the wizard if the wizard still takes the full damage.

So which rule is the more specific rule in this case? I think it would be Elemental Adept specifically ignoring resistance to fire and not Absorb Elements lessening the effect on the caster, but I want to know which ruling is more supported by RAW.

Is there a way to “Ignore” an Android phone’s battery percentage reading?

Dumb question, but bear with me:

I have a Sony Xperia XA1 Ultra (G3223) in my drawer, intact, except with one thing–A glaring battery problem.

About half a year ago I made the mistake of using it while charging. Problem was, the current was not enough to match up to how much power my usage was taking up. On an emergency, I dismissed it and kept using it like that for another 15 minutes. When I hastily unplugged the phone, it hadn’t charged. It stood still at 0% and turned off right there.

Since then, the battery situation was never right:

  • It would seem to hold a charge of up to 100%, but anything even remotely resembling daily usage on it resulted in it draining 1% per minute type of quickly, with no way to stop this until it inevitably plummeted to 0% even with the charger on.

  • Charging it overnight seemed to “top-up” the battery, regardless of if in standby or turned off, but the situation was always the same as above.

  • If I continue to use it on the charger, it stays on 0% but seems to eventually but very slowly go back up to 100% again, before it quickly goes back down to 0%, on the charger still.

  • Strangely, if the battery has that much charge, it still drains very quickly, but a reboot of the phone sees it start back up no problem.
    It will be stuck on 1% before it shuts down after about 15 minutes of use, only for me to turn it back on, and repeat this process over and over until it actually does die with a low battery logo warning barrier instead of the coldboot screen.

  • When on TWRP, this issue isn’t present. The phone will stay on no matter what for as long as the battery has charge. But another thing to note is that this fork of TWRP doesn’t even have a battery percentage reader. Where it should be, is just blank.
    (Yes, it’s an unofficial port for G3223. The perks of a MediaTek phone…)

I tried replacing the battery, but the same thing happens.
I tried ACC (Advanced Charging Controller) via Magisk.
I tried calibrating the battery, both the basic way and with other methods such as with a battery monitor app.

At this point, I’m convinced it’s a battery controller chip somewhere in the motherboard. But in case it isn’t:

Is there a way to make Android “ignore” this faux percentage reading similarly to how “this” TWRP does?
Is there any help for this poor XA1 Ultra’s battery situation at all?
If there’s another possible solution to this, at all, that doesn’t involve component level repair, I’ll gladly take it. If not, I’ll sell it for parts or repurpose it somehow.

Thanks in advance and sorry for the essay!

EDIT: I’m new to this place, so if my question doesn’t seem to add up or be in the right place, I apologize and will address that concern.

TL;DR: An old Xperia XA1 Ultra has an issue involving incorrect battery percentage readings that no amount of battery calibration can fix. Looking for ways to fix this, or at least circumvent or workaround it, either via some low-level kernel magic or something. Any comments or pointers appreciated! Also, I’m a newbie.

Do search engines ever ignore unconventional domain suffixes?

Not very likely to show up at all. It’ll get drowned out by locally relevant results. Google is smart enough to know that someone in Texas who searches for “Bob’s Taco Soup Stop” is probably not looking at traveling to France for lunch. If there’s a company by that same name in France, just with a different TLD, it may never be shown to anyone outside of France (or whichever part of France it serves).

Google has always claimed it does not favor .com domains or penalize other TLDs. In reality there are more .com domains that dominate the top places, but that’s not because of the TLD. It’s just that .com domains have been around for so long and there are more that have built up 20+ years of organic presence and links that a much younger alternative domain is incapable of having.

I own all kinds of TLDs. I still look for the .com first, but I’m not worried about being penalized for using another.

EDIT: Oh, and your question about accessibility: I’ve never personally seen a case where a browser or any website has failed to recognize the TLD.

Configure advanced installer to ignore missed cab files and continue installation

I want to customize application installation and install some features based on existence of relevant cab file!

I want to use no custom feature selection dialog to show to user to select features!

How I can configure to install every cab file located next installer executable file without interrupting process due missed cab files! I am use Advanced Installer version 16.

Ignore Backup of OFFLINE User databases

Will SQL Server Maintenance Solution ignore user databases that are OFFLINE even if I’ve specified ‘USER_DATABASES’. I’d like to not have to exclude them individually as the list of those offline changes frequently. Is there a way to make it ignore OFFLINE user databases?