Why does a green product that’s been color corrected (with color checker passport) look blue and how do I fix it?

This is closer to what it looks like it real life (After making adjustments)

This is what it looks like with color checker correction (Before making any other adjustments)

I’m a freelancer hired to edit product photos. The company mailed the products to me so that I can ensure that the color of the products match what they look like in real life. I do have some experience with this working at a home shopping television network, shooting and editing products and I never came across this problem.

In real life, the product is more greenish, but even using the color checker passport, it clearly looks more bluish in the computer.

I’d like to know what’s causing this and how I can fix it so that when I use the color checker passport, that it more closely matches what it looks like in real life. Adjusting the colors manually is a little difficult to be consistent with the other products of the same color. They continue to look a little off with when comparing them side by side, so I’m hoping to find the problem so that everything can be an exact match.

Thank you.

I’m missing something basic relating to broken link checker

Broken Link Checker finds these links in my page OK

<a href=”https://google.com”>Google/a>
<a href=”about-us”>About</a>

But does not list these in results – either as Online or 404 (even if eg the image does not exist)

1. <a href=”page04#topic”> 
2. src=”http://www.scrapeboxforum.com/images/img-city02.jpg”

Both of the above show as blue hyperlinks in my browser when viewing source. When I click these links I get the valid full URL and the page or image opens
1. https://mydomain.com/page04#topic
2. https://mydomain.com/images/img-city02.jpg

I have tried an online link checker and it does return a broken link if eg the image is missing.

What have I misunderstood or what am I doing wrong?

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google chrome – Looking for SERP checker for windows

I was using Rankaware and RankCute for my SERP checking on windows from last few years and it was working perfeclty but recently it stopped working, even with clean proxies not giving good results.

I don’t want to use paid services online, looking for a free desktop based SERP checker.

anyone can suggest a solution?

I tried to hire a freelance web developer to develop custom solution but for some reason the guy couldn’t make it 100% working I believe due to complexy of work and restriction from Google.

Statement checker c# using forms and frontend

I’m just here for suggestions and code optimisations, what i could’ve done better, are there any better coding practices…
There’s github repo link if you’re interested in the code with a form too https://github.com/throtz/Operators
You basically have 2 textboxes in which you enter numbers and choose with a combobox what you want to do with those two numbers.

using System;
using System.Windows.Forms;

namespace Operators
{
    public partial class Operators : Form
    {
        public Operators()
        {
            InitializeComponent();
        }
        private void Form1_Load_1(object sender, EventArgs e)
        {
            comboBox.Items.AddRange(new string() { "+", "-", "*", "/", "%", ">", "<", "=", ">=", "<=" });
        }
        private void ButtonCheck_Click_1(object sender, EventArgs e)
        {
            if (sender is null)
            {
                throw new ArgumentNullException(nameof(sender));
            }

            int a = Convert.ToInt32(textBox1.Text);
            int b = Convert.ToInt32(textBox2.Text);

            Nah(a, b);
        }
        private void Nah(int a, int b)
        {
            switch (comboBox.SelectedItem.ToString())
            {
                case "+":
                    MessageBox.Show("Sum of thenumbers entered is: " + (a + b));
                    break;
                case "-":
                    MessageBox.Show("Subtraction of the numbers entered is: " + (a - b));
                    break;
                case "*":
                    MessageBox.Show("Multiplication of the numbers entered is: " + (a * b));
                    break;
                case "/":
                    MessageBox.Show("Division of the numbers entered is: " + (a / b));
                    break;
                case "%":
                    MessageBox.Show("Modulo the two numbers is: " + (a % b));
                    break;
                case ">":
                    MessageBox.Show("First number is bigger than the secound one " + (a > b));
                    break;
                case "<":
                    MessageBox.Show("First number is smaller than the secound one " + (a < b));
                    break;
                case "=":
                    MessageBox.Show("Numbers are equal: " + (a == b));
                    break;
                case ">=":
                    MessageBox.Show("First number is bigger or equal to number two " + (a >= b));
                    break;
                case "<=":
                    MessageBox.Show("First number is smaller or equal to number two " + (a <= b));
                    break;
                default:
                    MessageBox.Show("Illegal operation.");
                    break;
            }
        }
    }
}

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database design – MySQL – Exclude a result if even one foreign key doesn’t meet criteria (date availability checker)

I have three tables, one that lists regions, one that lists hotels and another that lists reservations. The hotels table has a foreign key for the regions table, to show which hotel is within which region, and the reservation table has a foreign key for the hotels table, to list reservations made against a hotel.

I’m trying to make it so that you can input a date, and the hotel isn’t returned in the results, if that date is unavailable (though it’s also possible to NOT input a date).

Currently, using the query listed at the bottom of the page, it lists out all the hotels even if they don’t have a reservation against them. At this time, only one hotel has any reservations, and at that, there are two reservations in total. Before I included the ‘DISTINCT’ clause, to make it so that duplicate entries aren’t listed, it would list out all hotels, including the one with reservations, except this one it would list TWICE as there were TWO reservations. Now, with the DISTINCT clause, it will only ever show one result, but it will ALWAYS show one result. It essentially says “This entry is in the time range specified, so we can’t show that, but the other one isn’t, so we will show it”, even though it’s the same hotel.

For reference, my query currently, using 2020-09-02 as the date to check availability for;

SELECT DISTINCT hotels.hotel_name FROM hotels

LEFT JOIN reservations ON hotels.id=reservations.hotel_id

LEFT JOIN regions ON hotels.region_id=regions.id WHERE Cast('2020-09-02' as DateTime) NOT BETWEEN reservations.start_date AND reservations.end_date OR reservations.start_date is NULL OR reservations.end_date is NULL;

Current results (Where date IS available);

Hotel 1 with two reservations
Hotel 2
Hotel 3
Hotel 4
Hotel 5

Current results (Where date ISN’T available);

Hotel 1 with two bookings
Hotel 2
Hotel 3
Hotel 4
Hotel 5

Current results (Where date is available, but ‘DISTINCT’ ISN’T used);

Hotel 1 with two bookings
Hotel 1 with two bookings
Hotel 2
Hotel 3
Hotel 4
Hotel 5

Current results (Where date isn’t available, but ‘DISTINCT’ ISN’T used);

Hotel 1 with two bookings
Hotel 2
Hotel 3
Hotel 4
Hotel 5

Expected results (If chosen date ISN’T available);

Hotel 2
Hotel 3
Hotel 4
Hotel 5

Expected results (If chosen date IS available);

Hotel 1 with two bookings
Hotel 2
Hotel 3
Hotel 4
Hotel 5

Hopefully the expected results scenarios give an idea of what I’m going for.

Any help is appreciated.