How to remove "image results" or "video results"

I’m using Google Chrome and I’m on Windows 10. Is there anyway I can filter search results in a specific way that video and image results are blocked? For example let’s say I don’t want to see the image and video results when I type in sports. like this and this How do block these image results and video results? This is for filtering purposes. Thanks in advance.

How to remove "image results" or "video results"

I’m using Google Chrome and I’m on Windows 10. Is there anyway I can filter search results in a specific way that video and image results are blocked? For example let’s say I don’t want to see the image and video results when I type in sports. like this and this How do block these image results and video results? This is for filtering purposes. Thanks in advance.

Media – Images cannot be added to the content "Image field is required"

When developing a new site with Drupal 8, I tried to add an image to a custom block. In the editor I clicked on the image icon and received a dialog for uploading an image. After I specified a file (to make sure it was within the size of the upload file), the strange error message "Image field is required" was displayed.

I took the error message literally and created a new custom block type by adding an "image" field to the block. Now in the form I have a body and an image field. When I try to upload using the "Image" field under the body, I get the same "Image field is required" error.

Error message when trying to insert an image

I tried to add an image file from the Content / Media tab again and the same error was displayed:

Media upload failed

(I also notice that there is a Caption checkbox but no box to enter a caption. I assume that I will have a text box after uploading the image.)

Drupal 8.8, all current.

What is an "object file" in Windows and how is it different from an "image file"?

Microsoft mentions the PE file format image files and object files::

This specification describes the structure of executable (image) files and object files under the Windows operating system family. These files are referred to as PE files (Portable Executable) or COFF files (Common Object File Format).

I understand that the PE file format is designed to store all types of more or less executable files, including exe and dll files. I also understand that "object files" are usually used for libraries (i.e. DLLs or shared objects on Linux).

Therefore, the sentence quoted could mean that an "object file" – what would a COFF file be? is a DLL and an Image File – PE – an Exe?

To increase confusion, the same documentation has a "COFF header" that is available for both image files and object files.

So I find it pretty unclear: what is an image file? What is an object file? How are they related to the PE format? and what does coff have to do with anything?

How to change the "Image Hash" png with PHP

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Neural Networks – Can I get the "image size" etc from a NetEncoder in an existing network from the repository?

I'd like to get details about the inputs used to train a network in the Net Repository, in my case, "LeNet trained on MNIST data." I can get his decoder by:

NetExtract[ NetModel["LeNet Trained on MNIST Data"] , "Input"]

but I can not figure out how to get properties like Type and ImageSize from within.