How would I go about replacing this function in my child theme located in inc/template-tags.php

How would I replace this function that lies inside inc/template-tags.php in my parent theme

function theme_navigation() { ?>                  <div id="theme-nav-container">             <nav id="site-navigation" class="main-navigation">                 <?php wp_nav_menu( array('theme_location' => 'theme-studios-primary', 'menu_class' => 'sf-menu', 'fallback_cb' => false, 'walker'  => new theme ) ); ?><div class="clearfix-pro"></div>             </nav>             <div class="clearfix-pro"></div>         </div>                  <!-- close #theme-nav-container -->                   <?php } 

There is no add action that it is hooked on to, there is no check to see if the function already exists. How would I replace it without touching the parent theme. I have removed much of the code in the function for brevity but I think it still makes sense.

Thanks ahead of time

Have the D&D 5E designers ever done an official commentary about why they have designed certain rules the way they did?

I’m not asking for speculation or why people think the designers made the decisions they did. I’m looking to see if there’s evidence that they’ve ever done a developer commentary or something of the sorts that went into detail on their design decisions, or addressed popular questions from the community relating to that topic. Specifically, I went into this looking into official developer commentary addressing the design rationale for the true strike cantrip, but I couldn’t even find developer commentary of any kind while doing some searches with Google.

I know there’s a bit of issue with these types of questions, but I feel this is completely objective both in question and the types of answers it requests.

GPG Questions About Exporting Subkeys to File

GPG novice here so please bear with me.

From what I understand, when you generate a keypair with GPG it will automatically create a subkey pair (sub, ssb).

If I wanted to give these to another party where they could encrypt messages with the public subkey (sub), and send messages over HTTP/REST so I can decrypt with the sub private key (ssb) and sign with the subkey, would all I need to do is just export these keys and use the keys when decrypting or signing programatically?

The main point of the question is if what i explained above is correct, I am unsure of how to export just the subkey pair to file in plain text (aka beginning with —-BEGIN PGP PRIVATE/PUBLIC KEY BLOCK—–). if this is not the case, I would like to be pointed in the right direction

Would the master key (SC) ever come into play in this flow? Is it possible to just do the flow with just the subkeys.

Thank you in advance.

About Familiar Archetype Sage and Sage’s Knowledge?

Sage’s Knowledge (Ex)

A sage stores information on every topic and is happy to lecture its master on the finer points. A sage can attempt all Knowledge checks untrained and receives a bonus on all Knowledge checks equal to 1/2 its level. Additionally, a sage gains 2 skill ranks at each level.

Does the "2 skill ranks at each level" mean 2 skills ranks to add to a singular skill, all skills, to a class skill, all class skills, a X-class skill, or all x-class skill?

Questions about cloud hosting for a solo dev

So basically I’m shopping around for the right version control software. Whether free/open-source like SVN, or paid like Plastic, I keep seeing references to cloud hosting, which pretty much always requires some kind of extra subscription.

As someone with a non-technical background, I don’t feel like I have a good grasp on whether or not cloud hosting is even something that I would benefit from as a solo developer. What are the pros and cons?

And even if it’s something I do need, is there a "free" way to go about it?

For example, would it be a valid workflow to install SVN for maintaining a local repository on my computer, and then just manually upload my current project version to GitHub periodically to serve as a sort of "offsite backup"?

gmail warns about encrypted PDF file

I recently received a PDF file that, when attached to a gmail message, causes a warning to be displayed as follows:

Encrypted attachment warning – Be careful with this attachment. This message contains 1 encrypted attachment that can’t be scanned for malicious content. Avoid downloading it unless you know the sender and are confident that this email is legitimate.

However, I am able to open the file without getting prompted for a password. I followed the advice given in this security stack exchange question and used the program whereupon I got the below output:

$ ~/Downloads/filename.pdf PDFiD 0.2.7 /home/username/Downloads/filename.pdf PDF Header: %PDF-1.6 obj                  402   endobj               402  stream               401   endstream            401 xref                   0 trailer                0 startxref              1 /Page                  0 /Encrypt               1 /ObjStm               15 /JS                    0 /JavaScript            0 /AA                    0 /OpenAction            1 /AcroForm              1 /JBIG2Decode           0 /RichMedia             0 /Launch                0 /EmbeddedFile          0 /XFA                   0 /Colors > 2^24         0 

It would seem to me that since this file contains no JavaScript it is safe to open and handle. But I am puzzled by the encrypted message that Gmail displays. I guess it is related to the /Encrypt flag that’s set on the above output.

Why is Gmail telling me that the file is encrypted even though I can open it without being prompted for a password and would that, on its own, be reason for concern?

Recommendations about deleting large set of rows in MSSQL

I need to delete about 75+ million rows from a table everyday that contains around 3.5 billions of record.

Database recovery mode is simple, I have writen a code that deletes 15.000 rows in a while condition until all 75M records is deleted. (i use batch delete due to log file grow) However, with current deletion speed it looks like it will take at least 5 days, which means that amount of data required to be deleted is multiply faster than my deletion speed.

Basically what i’m trying to do is summarizing (in another table) and deleting data older than 2 months. There is no update operation in that table, only insert and delete.

I have an enterprise edition of MSSQL 2017

Any suggestions will be welcome.