dnd 5e – Does the limitation on the Cave Fisher’s Filament action include the weight of carried equipment?

The target’s weight would be the total amount that the target weighs, which includes the equipment being carried in addition to its natural body weight, the same as it would for setting off a trap’s pressure trigger.

There’s no reason to believe that the target’s natural body weight (minus their equipment) is what that ability is referring to, since the ability’s wording doesn’t go into that sort of detail, it just mentions the target’s weight.

It also wouldn’t make any sense for the ability to allow the Cave Fisher to pull a small, light but very strong halfling carrying loads of stuff such that its total weight is above 200 pounds, but not be able to pull over a large, heavy dragonborn. Either the target is too heavy, or it’s not, so yes, we must assume that the weight being referred to includes the equipment that the target is carrying.

redirects – I have redirected my homepage to internal page. Should I include my homepage in the new sitemap?

Google says you should not include URLs in your sitemap that redirect. If you redirect your home page to a deep URL, you should only include that URL in the sitemap.

If you do include URLs in your sitemap that redirect, Google will show you the error “We found that some URLs redirect to other locations” in Google Search Console. See this question for more details.

The canonical URL for that page should be the deep URL as well. A canonical URL should not redirect.

Redirecting the home page is not best practice. The home page URL is always your simplest URL that is easiest to type. For those reasons it is good for users and usability.

Redirecting to put keywords in the URL for SEO isn’t likely to work. Google doesn’t seem to use words in the URL path as a ranking signal these days. At most they could help with the click through rate from the search results if somebody searches for those exact words. See Are keywords in URLs good SEO or needlessly redundant?

Twenty years ago, it used to be common to redirect to an internal URL from the home page because of technology limitations. On many web platforms, URLs had to reflect the technology that powered them. (Like all URLs must end with .asp.) These days with rewrite rules supported on all major servers, that just isn’t the case.

I’d recommend not redirecting your home page URL. If the keywords at that URL are important, I’d recommend creating a separate page about that topic and let your home page rank for your brand and domain terms.

Should I include my markdown directly in my search index or should I convert it into plain text first?

I’m having a doubt concerning my website’s search index. I write my posts in Markdown and generate my website using Hugo statically. My doubt is whether I should include my post content as plain text, in my search index, or not.
I’d personally prefer to do it as plain text since it’s much easier for the readers, but I was provided with this counter-example which has left me doubtful.

Here’s an example of what I mean by plain and direct markdown:
This is plain text. vs `This is inserted directly`.

I’m asking this because I wanted to go with the web’s conventions rather than my own preferences.

8 – How should I include or inside ?

I’m trying to use a Google font, which requires adding either a <link> or <style> section inside the <head> per the below instructions. I am using a subtheme and can modify the section directly in html.html.twig, if that’s the right way to do it.

However, I noticed <head-placeholder>, <css-placeholder>, and <jss-placeholder> inside <head> and I am wondering if those are intended to be used to insert code from somewhere else.

What’s the best practice for adding to <head>?

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Google Analytics – Filter query – include subfolder / subdirectory

I am using CYFE app to view my Google Analytics.

I’d like to filter only traffic coming to my ‘blog’ subfolder. So I need to filter only traffic that comes to domain.com/blog

CYFE is asking to input the filter in the following query example: ga:country==United States

I’m trying to look through GA filters and docs to see if I can find a filter query to include only blog subfolder, but I just can’t seem to find anything like it.

What should I be putting in in this case?

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include – get_template_part for template in subdirectory not working

I’m working on my first wordpress site, and moving it online. I have been adding some extra templates to design a simple booking engine, that was working perfectly on my offline localhost server.

However, I’ve been having trouble with getting these templates and other .php-files to work on the live website. It seems that using a specific path to locate the template or file doesn’t work; get_template_part() and include() can only load the template/file when it is in the same folder.

For example, I have a page template called ‘Bevestigingstemplate.php’ in my Child-theme’s folder (Theme-child), that I activated on one of my web pages. In this template, I want to call a file called ‘bevestiging.php’, that’s located in Theme-child/modules/content.

However, if I call get_template_part('modules/content/bevestiging') OR include('modules/content/bevestiging'), it fails and I get a broken page.
If however I move ‘bevestiging.php’ directly into my Child-theme’s folder and call get_template_part('bevestiging'), it works like a charm.

Now I don’t want to end up with a chaotic list of templates and sub-templates in my Child-theme folder, so I’m desperately looking for a way to fix this. I’ve read somewhere that I should maybe add a config.php file in my Child-theme’s folder that defines a ‘root’, but I couldn’t find a clear walkthrough and was hoping to maybe fix it in an easier way, or at least first to understand where I’m going wrong here.

Any advice on how to proceed is welcomed warmly. Thanks!

Below is the code I use in Bevestigingstemplate.php (basically just copied page.php from main theme).

get_header(); ?>

    <div id="primary" class="content-area <?php do_action('adviso_primary-width'); ?>">
        <main id="main" class="site-main">

            <?php
                get_template_part('modules/content/bevestiging');
                ?>

        </main><!-- #main -->

    </div><!-- #primary -->

<?php

get_footer();

My application is using a mit licensed code as back-end, so where should i include the license?

The license is commented in PHP but is it fine that way or do i need to do something else too? As my back-end codes are not open sourced.

How to Include Multimedia Documents in Search

Is there a way to include documents that I have created with the core media module in the page search form? I only found the categories "users" and "nodes".

quadratic forms – Do we include operators before the coefficient when applying algebraic formulas to equations?

I do some simple retraining on college algebra after a long time, but I have come to find some inconsistencies in my understanding of how to apply the formulas, do we include operators before the coefficient when applying algebraic formulas to equations?
I fight in particular with these two formulas:

Quadratic formula, operators included here:
2x²+14x-196 = 0, when applied to the formula (-b±√(b²- 4ac))/2a, gives (-14±√((14)²-4(2)(-196)))/2(2). The answer here is x = -14, x = 7 checked.

Note that the coefficient "c" must take the negative operator to give the answer.

However:
If we are consistent and say yes, operators must be included in formulas:
When using the formula (what is this algebraic formula called btw?) (a-b)² = a²-2ab+b², when applied to (2-3)², gives: 2²-2(2)(-3)+(-3)² = 4+12+9=25. Which is clearly the wrong answer.

I'm struggling with this inconsistency, can anyone help me?