seo – Pantheon development site trapped in Google Index (with robots.txt file injected)

We have a weird scenario on which I would like to have opinions. A site from thisdomain.com is being created on the pantheon, using the staging / dev URL of thisdomain.pantheon.io *.

The Pantheon development platform injects a robots.txt file to avoid indexing the development site in Google: User-agent: * Disallow: /

Experienced SEOs know that this is not enough to prevent something from hiding in Google. At one point during development, a writer accidentally linked a page on the development site from the production site, which caused Google to index the domain thisdomain.pantheon.io.

Result: thisdomain.pantheon.io is now stuck in the index and moves the production site to Google # 23, even for its own trademark query. SEO guy is sad SEO.

We are verified in the CSS ** on development and production.

A normal advice would be:

Add the directives noindex & # 39; on the page, recover and wait
Add the password to page (403,), recover and wait.
Temporarily redirect the page to production (301,), search and wait.

Of course, none of these solutions works because gooblebot can not see these 403/301/404 / etc. answers, the page will remain in the index. With the robots.txt file "injected" from Pantheon, we are SOL.

Do you have any idea of ​​how we could force this out of the index?

* It should be pointed out to non-Pantheon members that there is no way to change "thisdomian" in the transfer URL to something else. We have no control over the robots.txt file and we can not delete it.

** If your idea is a URL removal tool: URL deletion offers us a short term hiding place on thisdomain.pantheon.io site. However, this would only hide our efforts temporarily, and I have recommended against that for now. The removal tool will not work on 401.

dnd 5th – When is the fire damage inflicted on a creature trapped in a web burning web fate?

I have already searched a lot for this exact situation and I do not think it has been solved yet. I am a new DM and thinks I know the rules pretty well, but if I'm wrong and I've argued with my group for nothing, thank you for letting me know.

We just have a session where our witch the Web, then lit burning parts of the band to damage the creatures inside the band.

the the Web spell reads as follows:

The paintings are flammable. Any 5ft cube of bands exposed to fire burns in 1 turn, inflicting 2d4 Fire damage to any creature that begins its turn in the fire.

My group argued that since the creatures trapped in the canvas would begin their turn in the inflamed web, they should immediately suffer 2d4 fire damage (at the end of the wizard's turn). I interpreted the description to mean that the damage would be dealt at the beginning of the creature's turn, the spell saying "2d4 fire damage to any creature that begins its turn in the fire."

I tried to explain that it really did not make any difference in this case, since no other creature around them had any action to save the creatures captured in the Web. As a result, creatures take damage at the beginning of their turn or just at that moment, they would still suffer the damage before using their action. My players argued that this should happen immediately because they wanted to know if the fire had killed the creatures or if they had to continue attacking them.

Because I play with new players and we only play summer with trainees, I try not to break the rules of this mini campaign. I ended up saying that we will let things get done right away (considering that it did not matter anyway) and that I would consider this before our next session .

In re-reading the description of the spell, I always think that the damage should be done at the beginning of the turn of the creatures trapped. All tips, ideas and links to useful discussions would be welcome!

TL; DR: If a creature is trapped in a web (from the Web fate) who is on fire, should the damage be reported at the beginning of his turn, or right away?

dnd 5th – When should I inflict fire damage on a creature trapped in a web burning from the web spell?

I have already searched a lot for this exact situation and I do not think it has been solved yet. I am a new DM and thinks I know the rules pretty well, but if I'm wrong and I've argued with my group for nothing, thank you for letting me know.

We just have a session where our witch the Web, then lit burning parts of the band to damage the creatures inside the band.

the the Web spell reads as follows:

The paintings are flammable. Any 5ft cube of bands exposed to fire burns in 1 turn, inflicting 2d4 Fire damage to any creature that begins its turn in the fire.

My group argued that since the creatures trapped in the canvas would begin their turn in the inflamed web, they should immediately suffer 2d4 fire damage (at the end of the wizard's turn). I interpreted the description to mean that the damage would be dealt at the beginning of the creature's turn, the spell saying "2d4 fire damage to any creature that begins its turn in the fire."

I tried to explain that it really did not make any difference in this case, since no other creature around them had any action to save the creatures captured in the Web. As a result, creatures take damage at the beginning of their turn or just at that moment, they would still suffer the damage before using their action. My players argued that this should happen immediately because they wanted to know if the fire had killed the creatures or if they had to continue attacking them.

Because I play with new players and we only play summer with trainees, I try not to break the rules of this mini campaign. I ended up saying that we will let things get done right away (considering that it did not matter anyway) and that I would consider this before our next session .

In re-reading the description of the spell, I always think that the damage should be done at the beginning of the turn of the creatures trapped. All tips, ideas and links to useful discussions would be welcome!

TL; DR: If a creature is trapped in a web (from the Web fate) who is on fire, should the damage be reported at the beginning of his turn, or right away?

5th dnd – Do you accept the damage from a fall if you fall to a height of about 30 centimeters while you are trapped by a person affected by the option Cat's Grace from the spell Increase abilities?

Here are the rules on the fall:

At the end of a fall, a creature suffers 1d6 blunt damage for 10 feet of fall, up to a maximum of 20d6. The creature lands on its belly, unless it avoids suffering damage from falling.

One of the effects of the spell Enhance abilities is called Cat's Grace:

The target has an advantage over dexterity controls. In addition, it does not suffer damage from falls of 20 feet or less if it is not neutralized.

Let's say Bob is affected by Cat's Grace. Bob grabs Rick and starts pulling him forward, then falls into a pit 20 feet deep. We know that Bob does not suffer damage, but what about Rick? Does Rick take 2d6, or does he take anything too, thanks to Bob playing the role of cushion?

5th dnd – Do you take damage if you fall from 20 feet or less while you are trapped by someone affected by Cat's Grace?

Here are the rules on the fall:

At the end of a fall, a creature suffers 1d6 blunt damage for 10 feet of fall, up to a maximum of 20d6. The creature lands on its belly, unless it avoids suffering damage from falling.

One of the effects of Improving Capacity is called Cat's Grace:

The target has an advantage over dexterity controls. In addition, it does not suffer damage from falls of 20 feet or less if it is not neutralized.

Let's say Bob, who is affected by Cat's Grace, grabs Rick, starts pulling him forward, and then falls into a deep 20-foot pit. We know that Bob does not suffer damage, but what about Rick? Does Rick take 2d6, or does he take anything too, thanks to Bob playing the role of cushion?

Migration – Trapped in the iPhone 4 and WhatsApp, need help to escape

I have an iPhone 4 with WhatsApp Messenger installed. The iPhone is no longer updated, works very slowly and has no more space available. In addition, WhatsApp is no longer updated, because the most recent versions of WhatsApp require a newer version of iOS, which in turn requires me to get a new iPhone.

My WhatsApp conversations contain information that I can not afford to lose. That's why I can not just drop this iPhone.

Recent versions of WhatsApp allow synchronization of the conversation history via iCloud, but my version is too old and lacks this feature.

I was able to save photo and video files from WhatsApp conversations on an iPhone, then download them to a PC via a USB cable, but I can not do it anymore because the iPhone has more free space and I can not release it (that is the subject of another question.). In addition, this approach does not work for text messages.

The situation is getting worse by the day, because as long as I can not migrate WhatsApp to another smartphone, I continue to receive important information about this iPhone, where it gets trapped.

Any help would be appreciated.

5th dnd – The soul of a dragon trapped in a protective ring of mind wants a new body; what magic could allow him to do it?

In my DnD 5e campaign, the characters fought and defeated a young dragon of white-and-silver lineages and found a spirit ring protecting his body. Without their knowledge, his soul has been preserved in the ring and is looking for a way to find a new body. She now chats with the new ring-bearer every day and tries to influence it so that she can regain her body shape. What magic documented in one of the rules books could allow him to find a new physical form, whether spells, magic items or magical phenomena such as a puddle of brilliance. Thank you!