Web Application – Can the network administrator make changes to the site if I accessed the site in edit mode?

I connect via the Wi-Fi router of a neighbor to the Internet (no guest connection).

Windows 10: I do not share files or printers. Domain, private, public network: Firewall is enabled. Scan = no problems.

I have a G Suite account for creating websites. Site is published. Sharing options are safe. Currently no other authorized users.

Support asked for the Site Builder URL in edit mode.

Two days later, many unauthorized changes were made to the published Google site.
Is it possible for the administrator of the neighbor's network to access or edit the site while it is in edit mode?

Can the support representative access or edit the site using a URL when the site is open in edit mode? Obviously, I can call the site in another browser screen. That's why I was wondering why the support person with the link would not be able to.

Trying to keep up with all the weird, strange changes is my lunch. Need to identify the origin.

Theme Development – Custom post pages use the correct template in preview mode, but display a different template after posting

I developed a WordPress theme. I've created a custom post type called functions.php called blog.

// Blog Post Type Creation
function te_blog_type() {
    register_post_type("blog",
        array(
            "rewrite" => array("slug" => "blogs"),
            "labels" => array(
                "name" => "Blogs",
                "singular_name" => "Blog",
                "add_new_item" => "Add New Blog",
                "edit_item" => "Edit Blog"
            ),
            "menu-icon" => "dashicons-format-status",
            "public" => true,
            "has_archive" => true, 
            "supports" => array(
                "title", "thumbnail", "editor", "excerpt", "comments"
            ),
            "taxonomies" => array("category", "post_tag", "blog_tag")
        )
    );
}

add_action("init", "te_blog_type");

It worked well.

I've also created a single-blog.php file as a template for each blog post.
When I preview the blog post. It uses the right template from single-blog.php. However, when I post a blog, index.php appears as a template. What caused that?

Recovery Mode – Copy / Modify data from a Samsung Galaxy S2 (GT-I9100) with Softboot

The Samsung Galaxy S2 (GT-I9100) I have on hand was turned off after it got hot in standby. When trying to start it again, it was in a bootloop: As usual, it shows first "Samsung Galaxy S2 GT-I9100", then the provider branding and then "Samsung". At the time the PIN was normally requested, the brand's branding was re-displayed and a loop was closed.

It is possible to switch to recovery mode. Among other things (see below), "E: Error in /data/log/recovery_log.txt (No more space on the device)" is displayed.

The phone has the latest firmware (Android 4.1.2) running. (At least I'm pretty sure it was the latest version.)

Is there anything I could try to start again without losing data? For example, the program may not start because the / data partition is full. Is it possible to remove files from this partition if booting the device is not possible?

If this is not possible, all data (including app data and internal USB memory) can be backed up without losing data.

It appears that installing another recovery ROM will allow you to save the data. However, I have read that installing another restore on an S2 with a standard ROM prevents the system from booting. In this case it will not be booted anyway. Can the original system be restored if the problem can be resolved by freeing space on the / data partition?

Some things I have observed that may (or may not) be helpful:

The recovery mode is Android System Restore <3e>"Above" and "# MANUAL MODE #", "- Apply Multi-CSC …", "Apply CSC Code: Apply DTM" and "Apply Multi-CDC Successfully" in the middle, directly above – Error as described above.

When the phone is turned on, the provider sends SMS to anyone who tried to call the number while the phone was off. Although the phone is in a start loop, such a notification has been sent.

Reporting Services – The SSRS 2016 native mode can not connect to the SharePoint list data source

We use SP2016 with SQL 2016 Enterprise Edition. The SSRS feature is enabled in SQL Server and the service has started. I can browse the SSRS portal with http: // sqlserver / reports. In addition, I can connect to the report server in my SQL 2016 Report Builder: http: // sqlserver / ReportServer /

Then I set up my first data source in a report. Connection type is Microsoft SharePoint list, In the connection string field, I enter "https://sharepoint.com/sites/dev". This URL can be searched correctly both on my PC and in SQL Server.

in the references I tried all possible combinations. I tried my personal account (this is site collection administrator) and SQL administrator and farm administrator, etc. All the results in error message

An error occurred while accessing the specified SharePoint list. The
Connection string may be invalid. Check the connection
String is correct.

I tried to upload the report to the SSRS web portal (http: // sqlserver / reports), and the error has also occurred.

May I know why that might be? Is there a patch specifically for this problem?

Unity my game starts in windowed mode, but the full screen mode check box is enabled

When I open my game, the full-screen mode check box is enabled, but the game is displayed in the window. If I deactivate the check box and activate it, the full screen mode is activated. What is the update?

public class Settings : MonoBehaviour
{

   public void SetFullscreen (bool isFullscreen)
{
    Screen.fullScreen = isFullscreen;
}
}

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html – My footer is not inactive when using mobile mode in f12 (bootstrap)

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Why does the mouse wheel stop working after resuming Suspend mode in Xubuntu 18.04?

I'm using kernel version 5.0.0-23 of Xubuntu 18.04 and a cheap Microsoft USB mouse. I also have setup imwheel with the following settings:

". *"
None, up, key4, 3
None, Down, Taste5, 3
Control_L, Up, Control_L | Button4
Control_L, Down, Control_L | Button5
Shift_L, Up, Shift_L | Button4
Shift_L, Down, Shift_L | Button5

As described in this slow scrolling tutorial:
http://www.webupd8.org/2015/12/how-to-change-mouse-scroll-wheel-speed.html

My problem:

When I come back from suspend mode, the scroll wheel stops working,

A painstaking workaround I found is unplugging and plugging in the USB receiver. This restores the scroll function but does not restore the above settings for the command dial – the scroll speed is very slow. To restore my scrolling settings, I need to enter the following in the console: imwheel --kill to restart my imwheel settings.

Is there any way to automate this process? My goal is to have normal scrolling when I come back from Suspend mode without having to follow the above steps.

I am still very new to Linux, so any help is appreciated.

Recovery Mode – Is there something like a live CD for Android phones?

We can switch to recovery mode in Android phones, which is usually home + louder + power for Samsung phones

This response states that recovery mode is like a simple operating system into which the device boots. This operating system is then not restricted by Android-implemented protections and folder permissions, so it can display and write to root folders as needed. I've also seen once (not sure of all the steps I've done, but I remember I did it) that a zip file in the SD card root can be used to temporarily turn this recovery screen software into something changing the other (I think it was a CWM recovery zip file) However, it was the type that you had to re-run the ZIP file after rebooting the phone and reverting to recovery mode to the CWN Restore screen. There was a way to permanently replace the recovery screen with a CWM recovery, but I did not try it

If that's the case, is there something like a live CD for Android? Most of all with a touch screen user interface and able to install and run apps from the phone's internal memory or SD card? Was this done or is it not technically feasible? Would it have to be made separately for different phones?