i3 wm – I tried to install i3, but when I log in an error will be displayed and if I click on it, it will be displayed. How can I fix this?

I would add a picture, but because I'm "too low," I can not (which, in my opinion, destroys the purpose of the whole), but still. Here is part of what the mistake has said:

ERROR: CONFIG: One of these tokens was expected :, & # 39; # & # 39 ;, & # 39; set & # 39 ;, & # 39; set & # 39; etc

ERROR: CONFIG: LINE 254:

ERROR: CONFIG: LINE 255: # Set inside / outside distances

ERROR: CONFIG: LINE 256: inner gaps 5

ERROR: CONFIG: ^^^^^^^^^^^

ERROR: CONFIG: LINE 257: Gaps outside 0

ERROR: CONFIG: LINE 258:

etc, etc

User expectation – Click the "Add to cart" button. What's next?

When I read about the e-commerce add-to-cart flow on the web and here for Stack Overflow, I found that this is a very common question, but it's difficult to make a decision, because we do not have any Compare alternatives and do not specify why we should opt for any strategy.

My question is:

In which situation should I choose each of the alternative bellows?

After clicking on "Add to cart" Button:

1. Stay on the current pagePerform an animation on the "Add to cart" button to indicate that the item has been added and display a bubble message in the mini cart in the header.

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2. Stay on the current pageScroll through the screen to be frequently bought together and display a message that the product has been added to the cart.

Enter image description here

3. Open a modal with continue to buy and checkout and frequently purchased items.

Enter image description here

4. Go to an intermediary site like Amazon do.

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5. Forward to the shopping cart and guarantee that there is another buy button.

Ps: I already read. Do we need to view the shopping cart page after the user has clicked on the list page "Add to Cart"? and What's the Best Ecommerce Add-to-Cart Flow??

I know that everyone has a good reason and an interesting conversion and would be great if they can List pros and cons for everyone to argue about your proposed use.

google analytics – How can I tell to which page a click on a homepage card led the user?

Scenario: I have a homepage with several maps that lead to different articles.

I want to find out where these clicks on the homepage are leading the user.

i.e. which articles have received clicks on the homepage card?

I'm using the Google Analytics BigQuery export schema

The event actions are "card clicks" that I can find, but I have no idea which pages they bring to the user.

Any ideas?

User expectation – which is better if you click on "Add to cart"?

When I read about the e-commerce add-to-cart flow on the web and here for Stack Overflow, I found that this is a very common question, but it's difficult to make a decision, because we do not have any Compare alternatives and do not specify why we should opt for any strategy.

My question is:

In which situation should I choose each of the alternative bellows?

After clicking on "Add to cart" Button:

1. Stay on the current pagePerform an animation on the "Add to cart" button to indicate that the item has been added and display a bubble message in the mini cart in the header.

Enter image description here

2. Stay on the current pageScroll through the screen to be frequently bought together and display a message that the product has been added to the cart.

Enter image description here

3. Open a modal with continue to buy and checkout and frequently purchased items.

Enter image description here

4. Go to an intermediary site like Amazon do.

Enter image description here

5. Forward to the shopping cart and guarantee that there is another buy button.

Ps: I already read. Do we need to view the shopping cart page after the user has clicked on the list page "Add to Cart"? and What's the Best Ecommerce Add-to-Cart Flow??

I know that everyone has a good reason and an interesting conversion and would be great if they can List pros and cons for everyone to argue about your proposed use.

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I have a net (suppose it can be a circle or a rectangle, a square or a square) bow). The geometry of the network can be arbitrary. I can click on Net at any point. With regard to the clicked position, I would like to determine the right, left upper and lower position of the net. Maybe the picture explains it better than my words Enter image description here

Topic Page disappears when I click Save

So when I click Save in a WP page, the page content disappears.
While it's still in design mode, I can preview the content so that it disappears when I click the Publish button.
I've found that this only happens with the active topic. If I change the subject, the problem stops. Also, there is no conflict with plugins.
What could cause such behavior?
The console does not show anything.
The PHP error log says:

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