malware – I searched “Amazon.com” in Opera quicksearch and it led me to a strange page

I searched “amazon.com” in Opera quicksearch and it led me to this site: http://iyfnzgb.com/?pid=9PO1H9V71&dn=amanzon.com
Is it malicious? Opera didn’t open a proper internet page, only a screen with the opera logo. In the History it shows a directory icon.

javascript – How to add an input field with a date to the checkout page?

I’m studying Magento2, downloaded the module https://github.com/ecomteck/module-delivery-date and added it to the app / code / vendor / module-delivery-date folder

I cannot understand in which files and what needs to be changed in order to display my input and connect with the checkout module.
I hope for your help

AFP Page count in C#

I’m new to C# and I’m assigned a task where I have to write a program in C# to get AFP pagecount. We have a program written in C++ previously but this has to be done in C#.

this is the original code Snippet in C++,how do I write this in C#?

unsigned long  ProcessAFPFile(char *szInputPath,char *szFileName,char *szMess)
{
    char szInputFile(MAX_PATH);
    struct StructuredFieldIntroducer{
        char          CB;
        unsigned char M_Length;
        unsigned char L_Length;
        unsigned char M_Cmd;
        unsigned char L_Cmd;
        unsigned char Data(32758); 
    }SFI;
    int RetVal = fread(&SFI,1,1,InputFile);
    wsprintf(szInputFile,"%s\%s",szInputPath,szFileName);
    if ((InputFile = fopen(szInputFile,"rb")) == NULL){
        wsprintf(szMess,"Cannot open file");
        return -0L;
    }
    RetVal = fread(&SFI,1,1,InputFile);
    if(SFI.CB != 0x5A){
        fclose(InputFile);
//      wsprintf(szMess,"Invalid AFP file");
        return -0L;        
    }
     while(TRUE){
        RetVal = fread(&SFI,9,1,InputFile);
        if(feof(InputFile)){
            fclose(InputFile);
//          wsprintf(szMess,"");
            return BPageCnt;
        }
     ReadSize = SFI.M_Length << 8;
        ReadSize += SFI.L_Length;
        ReadSize++;
        if(!fread(&SFI,ReadSize,1,InputFile)){
            fclose(InputFile);
//          wsprintf(szMess,"Invalid file end");
            return BPageCnt;
        }
        switch(SFI.M_Cmd){
            case 0xA8:
                if(SFI.L_Cmd == 0xAF)
                    BPageCnt++;
        }
    }    
    return BPageCnt;
}

Input to the above code is a AFP File.
Please note that I tried using binary reader to read the files and validate with given condition to get pagecount,but it’s not working as expected.

rewrite rules – Custom Post Type – Rewite Archive page

I’m trying to figure out the following :

  • I have a CPT called “Podcast” which has a slug as /podcasts/
  • I have a Page called “Podcasts” which has a slug as /podcasts/

I want my single podcast posts to have a permalink of /podcasts/%podcast_category%/post_name

When i do this, I cannot edit the podcasts page, as wordpress displays the archive page instead. How can i modify my code, so the archive page has a different slug, but still keeping /podcasts/%podcast_category%/post_name for single podcasts, and /podcasts/ can be used as a page.

//register podcast posts
function custom_post_podcasts_register(){

$labels = array(
    'name'               => _x('Podcast', 'post type general name'),
    'singular_name'      => _x('Podcast', 'post type singular name'),
    'add_new'            => _x('Add New', 'podcast'),
    'add_new_item'       => __('Add New Podcast'),
    'edit_item'          => __('Edit Podcast'),
    'new_item'           => __('New Integration'),
    'view_item'          => __('View Podcast'),
    'search_items'       => __('Search Podcast'),
    'not_found'          => __('Nothing found'),
    'not_found_in_trash' => __('Nothing found in Trash'),
    'parent_item_colon'  => ''
);

$args = array(
    'labels'             => $labels,
    'public'             => true,
    'publicly_queryable' => true,
    'show_ui'            => true,
    'query_var'          => true,
    'rewrite'            => true,
    'capability_type'    => 'post',
    'hierarchical'       => false,
    'menu_position'      => null,
    'show_in_rest'       => true,
    'rewrite'            => array('slug' => 'podcasts','with_front' => false),
    'has_archive'        => 'podcast-all',
    'supports'           => array('title', 'editor', 'thumbnail', 'excerpt','podcast_category', 'podcast_tags'),
    'taxonomies'         => array( 'podcast_category', 'podcast_tags' ),
    'menu_icon'          => 'dashicons-format-quote',
    'has_archive'        => true
  ); 
register_post_type('podcast' , $args);
}
add_action('init', 'custom_post_podcasts_register');
add_filter('manage_edit-podcast_columns', 'admin_remove_columns');

//create a custom taxonomy name it "type" for your posts
function podcast_custom_taxonomy() {

$labels = array(
  'name' => _x( 'Podcast Category', 'taxonomy general name' ),
  'singular_name' => _x( 'podcast_category', 'taxonomy singular name' ),
  'edit_item' => __( 'Edit Podcast Category' ), 
  'update_item' => __( 'Update Podcast Category' ),
  'add_new_item' => __( 'Add New Podcast Category' ),
  'new_item_name' => __( 'New Podcast Category Name' ),
  'menu_name' => __( 'Podcast Category' ),
);  

register_taxonomy('podcast_category',array('podcast'), array(
  'labels'                     => $labels,
      'hierarchical'               => true,
      'public'                     => true,
      'show_ui'                    => true,
      'show_admin_column'          => true,
      'show_in_nav_menus'          => true,
      'show_tagcloud'              => true,
      'show_in_rest'               => true,
  'rewrite' => array( 'slug' => 'podcast_category' ),
));
}
// Let us create Taxonomy for Custom Post Type
add_action( 'init', 'podcast_custom_taxonomy', 0 );

// Register Custom Taxonomy
function podcast_tags_taxononmy() {

$labels = array(
    'name'                       => 'Podcast Tag',
    'singular_name'              => 'Podcast Tag',
    'menu_name'                  => 'Podcast Tags',
    'all_items'                  => 'All Podcast Tags',
    'parent_item'                => 'Parent Podcast Tag',
    'parent_item_colon'          => 'Parent Podcast Tag:',
    'new_item_name'              => 'New Podcast Tag',
    'add_new_item'               => 'Add New Podcast Tag',
    'edit_item'                  => 'Edit Podcast Tag',
    'update_item'                => 'Update Podcast Tag',
    'separate_items_with_commas' => 'Separate Podcast Tags with commas',
    'search_items'               => 'Search Podcast Tags',
    'add_or_remove_items'        => 'Add or remove Podcast Tags',
    'choose_from_most_used'      => 'Choose from the most used Podcast Tags',
    'not_found'                  => 'Not Found',
);
$args = array(
    'labels'                     => $labels,
    'hierarchical'               => true,
    'public'                     => true,
    'show_ui'                    => true,
    'show_admin_column'          => true,
    'show_in_nav_menus'          => true,
    'show_tagcloud'              => true,
    'show_in_rest'               => true,
);
register_taxonomy( 'podcast-tags', array( 'podcast' ), $args );

}

// Hook into the 'init' action
add_action( 'init', 'podcast_tags_taxononmy', 0 );

computer architecture – How to calculate the size of page table and direct cache etc

  • virtual address = 35 bits
  • physical address = 28 bits
  • page size = 213 bytes
  • physical indexing and physical tag cache, cache size = 218 bytes(data part only)
  • cache block = 8 Words

Question 1) How many bits is the size of the page table? There are only valid bits and page numbers in the page table entry.
Question 2) If it is a direct cache, how many bits is one cache tag?
Question 3) If it is a 16-way set associative cache, how many bits is one cache tag?
Question 4) If it is a fully associative cache, how many Kbits is the total size of the cache?0

I can’t solve this problem….help

accessibility – Is alt text required for an image if the information is present elsewhere on the page?

If a sighted user can view the image and derive any kind of context or detail from it that relates to the text of the page, then you should not treat the image as uninteresting or purely decorative.

If it does have context, then to the vision impaired user of course it’s important that there is an image of the described item. After all, you wouldn’t have put it on the website if it wasn’t of some value to the sighted reader. To deny the sight impaired reader at least a description of it is a potential cause of frustration.

To not give it an alt text is to say to the reader, “It’s not important for you really – don’t worry about it.” And to the reader, this is very well may be a source of frustration. It’s not unlike a hard of hearing person getting the frustrating response, “Forget it” or “Never mind” by someone who’s asked to repeat something. Do not deny the person relying on the alt text the experience others may have who can see.

As to what the alt text should be, it depends a lot on the appearance of the item being described. If it is something like an original historical document, then you should describe it to the viewer just like you’d describe it to someone verbally. E.g., “An image of the original document, hand written on tattered paper yellowed with age”, or “Typewritten pages from diary with tear repaired with clear tape”, etc. In the case of a document also fully quoted in the page (per your example), it might help that the alt text also state that the contents of the document are available in the page.

Lastly, irrespective of context, if the image can be clicked on and a higher resolution version be viewed, both the low res/thumbnail version needs alt text, as well as the high res version. The thumbnail should describe the item enough to let the vision impaired reader have as much a reason to be interested in the detailed version as a sighted reader. And of course the detailed version should have a detailed description.

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