Does silent image require the caster to actually have visual contact with the area they want to place the effect on?

Or the 60ft radius is all that matters, even if it is behind a wall?

To be even more specific, what about if it is a 15ft area in a location in-range that you have seen before but is now out of sight? And what about when on your turn you have visual contact with an enemy in a certain area, then move behind some cover and then place the illusion -area around the enemy & within the 60ft range-? I am placing this question because I have seen other illusory spells’ descriptions that specify that you must see where you place your spell. Silent image doesn’t specify whether the sight component is or isn’t required.enter image description here

If I attempt to Teleport into an area warded by Forbiddance, is my spell slot expended?

From the Forbiddance spell description:

For the Duration, creatures can’t tele⁠port into the area

A character may not know the area is warded by Forbiddance, attempt to cast Teleport to enter it, and fail. If they do, does that cost a spell slot?

When a character casts a spell, he or she expends a slot of that spell’s level or higher

So my question is: if creatures can’t teleport into the area, can they even cast Teleport targeting the area?

As a DM, if a player says “I cast Teleport to enter the area”, do I say “you can’t cast teleport to enter that area”, or do I say “you cast Teleport, but nothing happens”?

If I attempt to Teleport into an area warded by Forbiddance, is my spell slot expended?

From the Forbiddance spell description:

For the Duration, creatures can’t tele⁠port into the area

A character may not know the area is warded by Forbiddance, attempt to cast Teleport to enter it, and fail. If they do, does that cost a spell slot?

When a character casts a spell, he or she expends a slot of that spell’s level or higher

So my question is: if creatures can’t teleport into the area, can they even cast Teleport targeting the area?

As a DM, if a player says “I cast Teleport to enter the area”, do I say “you can’t cast teleport to enter that area”, or do I say “you cast Teleport, but nothing happens”?

If I attempt to Teleport into an area warded by Forbiddance, is my spell slot expended?

From the Forbiddance spell description:

For the Duration, creatures can’t tele⁠port into the area

A character may not know the area is warded by Forbiddance, attempt to cast Teleport to enter it, and fail. If they do, does that cost a spell slot?

When a character casts a spell, he or she expends a slot of that spell’s level or higher

So my question is: if creatures can’t teleport into the area, can they even cast Teleport targeting the area?

As a DM, if a player says “I cast Teleport to enter the area”, do I say “you can’t cast teleport to enter that area”, or do I say “you cast Teleport, but nothing happens”?

Does Dim Light created by an effect override Bright Light in an area?

Two examples.

A silvery beam of pale light shines down in a 5-foot-radius, 40-foot-high cylinder centered on a point within range. Until the spell ends, dim light fills the cylinder.

Moonbeam, Player’s Handbook, pg. 261

You create up to four torch-sized lights within range, […] each light sheds dim light in a 10-foot radius.

Dancing Lights, Player’s Handbook, pg. 230

Now consider that each of these spells are cast on a bright day, obviously covered by Bright Light, as the game understands it.

  1. Do these spells change the Bright Light within the area affected by them into Dim Light?
  2. Is the behavior different between Moonbeam (“Dim Light fills the cylinder”) and Dancing Lights (“each light sheds dim light”), or do both of them behave the same?

Move the Created By Date and User to another area, JavaScript Only

Trying to Modify one of my DispForm.aspx page. I was able to do the usual data-dsiplayName attribute in the span tag. However, the Created and Created By data is not showing up.

Is this because the content type is not showing up in the form? When I enabled the content type, it looks like Created and Created By are not in the Item Content Type. Is there a way I can add this to the two to the Form OR, a way to move the data to another location (trying separate Created by Date and Person and move at the top). Thanks.

How to focus on an area / button without looking too “forceful”?

Summary: How to place a website visitor’s focus on areas that’ll help them see value on the rest of the page faster? It shouldn’t feel intrusive, since repeating visitors might not need to see it again.

Details: I want users landing on my page (https://divshow.bytebeacon.com) to click the “Play demo” button to get the idea of what the product does.

I want the button to pop a little, but not so much that it doesn’t feel part of the page anymore. I’ve gotten some feedback on this already and the current state (as of Oct 01 2019) is where I’ve gotten, but wanted to hear from more people on other approaches taken to solve this issue.

Is there any way to ward an area against Sending?

There are several spells which ward against teleportation, planar travel, or divination spells. But as far as I’ve been able to find, there isn’t anything that would stop the Sending spell from penetrating an area. Is there any magic, item, or other method that can achieve this?

Use case: A Wizard traps an NPC in a demiplane, using it as a prison. The Wizard knows the NPC’s allies could cast Demiplane to get him out, if they knew the exact contents of the demiplane. The NPC can tell them exactly what is in the demiplane if they contacted him via Sending. How can the Wizard stop the NPC from escaping (by blocking the Sending spell)?

Related: How can you gain selective protection from Sending?, but here the protection needs to be (a) non-selective and (b) involuntary.