Can I use an Australian child car seat in the US?

I have an Australian child seat, and I would like to know if it’s legal to use in the US.

From what I can tell, there is a US standard for child restraints, but I can’t seem to find whether it is required for child restraints to conform to it. All I can see is that children under certain ages are required to be in an appropriate type of child restraint.

Is it legal to use the Australian child seat in the US?

XSLT: Remove or don’t get a child node value

I have this source XML:

<Book>    <Title>Harry Potter</Title>    <editorial>M<previous>Sort</previous></editorial>    <languaje>ESP<previous>EU</previous></languaje>    <nationality>ESP</nationality> </Book> 

When I use the function:

<languaje>     <xsl:value-of select="Book/languaje"/> </languaje> 

I obtain the next output: ESPEU and y want to have only ESP.

How can I remove all the values from a specific node <previous>?

Thanks for all

Flutter Error : The _ScaffoldLayout custom multichild layout delegate forgot to lay out the following child

I’m having unknown exception thrown when I run the app on emulator.

I tried to look up on google but couldn’t find the solution.

Here is my code :

@override   Widget build(BuildContext context) {     return Scaffold(       appBar: AppBar(         title: Text("Text Input Example"),       ),       body: Column(         children: <Widget>[           Align(             alignment: Alignment.bottomCenter,             child: Flexible(               child: TextField(                 style: TextStyle(                   color:,                   fontSize: 16.0                 ),               ),             ),           )         ],       ),     );   } 

How to convert to convert to Parent und Child Component

i´ve got a Component in Vue which is right now not partent/child ready. I need to transform that into parent and child for filtering purposes. Could you give me a hint how to do that?

<!doctype html> <html lang="{{ str_replace('_', '-', app()->getLocale()) }}">     @include('includes.header')     <body>         <div id="app" class="wrapper">             <nav-component></nav-component>             <header-component></header-component>             <header-sidebar-component></header-sidebar-component>                 <div class = "container">                 <div class="row">                 @foreach ($  sortedData as $  data)                         <card-component title={{$  data->title}} description={{$  data->description}} category={{$  data->category}}></card-component>                 @endforeach                 </div>                 </div>         </div>         <script src="/js/app.js"></script>     </body> </html> 

And the Vue Component

<template>     <div class="col-md-4">         <div class="card text-white bg-primary" style="width: 18rem;">         <img class="card-img-top" src="/img/card1.jpg" alt="Card image cap">         <div class="card-body">             <h5 class="card-title" v-text=title></h5>             <h6 class="card-subtitle mb-2 text-muted" v-text=category></h6>             <p class="card-text" v-text=description></p>         </div>         </div>     </div> </template>  <script> export default {     props: ['title', 'description', 'category'] } </script> 

And i want to transfor that and use v-for to render it so i can get the data for filtering inside the parent.

Accessing Master page control from Child page

In my application Master page contains the ‘Continue’ and ‘Previous’ buttons. When I click on ‘Continue’ I want to do some validation in the child page. If the validation passes then the Continue button will go to next screen, other wise javascript validation should throw errors. I am trying to get hold of Master page ‘Continue’ button (‘btnContinueApplication’), But I am getting errors. Any idea what mistake I am doing here?

Master page: <%@ MasterType VirtualPath=”~/Main.master”%>

Child page:

    $  (document).ready(function () {         var continueBtn = document.getElementById('<%=((Button)Master.FindControl("btnContinueApplication")).ClientId %>')      });  When I build the application, I am getting following errors  'Button' is a type and cannot be used as an expression. ')' expected. 

How do I deal with a PC who is playing like a child, and is constantly throwing the party into disarray?

In the group I’m in, there is a player who claims that their character is “off his rocker”, and is purposely throwing every situation into mindless childish chaos (it’s been going on for the past 3 play sessions). I’m sick of it, the other players are sick of it, and it’s starting to get under our ever-patient DM’s skin. Immersion is out of the question, and nothing is really being taken seriously by anybody anymore.

We still want the player to stay in the group, but it’s gotten to the point where the rest of the party just want something done about the issue, and nobody can figure out what to do.

problems with connecting a child component with the store in react-redux app

am working on react app for the first time and learn about redux. the problem I define a store in App.js and pass it to application using Provider bu when I try to access it to a child component I have an undefined in my console after map it with mapStateToProps. please can you check my code and tell me what am doing wrong?

I create a 2 reducers in folders reducers call index.js and testIt.js after that I import testIt.js in index.js which have a combineReducers to add feature reducers. after i export it for the App.js and Provide the store using the provider of react-redux.


 import React, { Component } from 'react'; import {BrowserRouter , Route} from "react-router-dom"; import { Provider } from 'react-redux'; import Store from "./reducers/index"; import { TestIt } from "./components/TestIt";  import './App.css';  //console.log(Store.getState());  class App extends Component {    render() {     return (        <div className="App">         <Provider store={Store}>         <BrowserRouter>           <Route exact path="/login" component={TestIt} />         </BrowserRouter>         </Provider>       </div>      );   } }  export default App; 


import { combineReducers, createStore } from 'redux'; import notes from "./testIt";  const leadApp = combineReducers({   notes })  export default createStore(leadApp);  


test .js  const initialState = [     {text: "Write code!"}   ];     export default function notes(state=initialState, action) {     switch (action.type) {       default:         return state;     }   } 

finally my sub-component src/components/TestIt.js

import React, { Component } from 'react'; import {connect} from 'react-redux';   export class TestIt extends Component {    constructor(props){     super(props)   }     render() {     console.log(this.props.notes)     return (       <div>         <h2>Welcome to TestIt!</h2>         <hr />         <h3>Notes</h3>         <table>           <tbody>             { => (               <tr>                 <td>{note.text}</td>                 <td><button>edit</button></td>                 <td><button>delete</button></td>               </tr>             ))}           </tbody>         </table>       </div>     )   } }   const mapStateToProps = (state) => {   return notes : state.notes }  // const mapDispatchToProps = dispatch => { //   return { //   } // }   export default connect(mapStateToProps)(TestIt); 

I have now this.props.notes give me undefined of the reducers testIt.j .I suspect something on the store I passto to the provider does not reach the sub-component even if i do the connection with the method connect(). I expect to access to the the testIt.js reducers in my sub component.

Please really need help I try and read to much articles and documentations.

Are there rules for playing as a child?

I’m thinking of making a character akin to Anakin from episode 1: a slave child who’s really good with the Force (although I’m not a pod racer or the Chosen One, or annoying).

Are there rules for playing as children?

I’d like to follow official rules if at all possible, before I go to my GM and try and work out rules with them. Thanks in advance.

Magento 2 Child Theme Static COntent?

i created a Magento Child Theme under 2.3.0 based on Luma.

I tested in Developer and Default Magento Mode. I expect the custom _theme.less file to be generated on the fly.

But this does not work. I have to run “php bin/magento setup:upgrade” after every single css line change to take the changes affected in frontend..

Also there is a Child Theme based Folder in pub/static folder. Why is this created? Im running defualt/developer mode so i dont expect the system to create any /pub/static/ files?

Dynamically looping XPath to check for child types

I’m parsing large HTML documents and pulling out certain values. They all share a common top path; however, I want to add logic within the loop to determine the appropriate parsing logic.

$  xpath = new DOMXpath($  doc); $  data_array = array();  $  table_nodes = $  xpath->query("///html/body/div/div[1]/div[2]/table/tbody/tr/td/center/table[1]/tbody/tr/td/table[2]/tbody/tr/th/*");  foreach($  table_nodes as $  table_node) {     // Check if date exists     $  xpath_query_date = trim($  xpath->evaluate("string(./tbody/tr/td[1]/table/tbody/tr[1]/td/table/tbody/tr[1]/td[1])", $  table_node));     if(isset($  xpath_query_date)) {         $  data_array['date'] = trim($  xpath_query_date);     }      // Check if pricing exists     $  xpath_query_pricing = trim($  xpath->evaluate("string(./tbody/tr[5]/td[3]/span)", $  table_node));     if(isset($  xpath_query_pricing)) {         $  data_array['pricing'] = $  xpath_query_pricing;     }      ... } 

The example above evaluates a path to a couple of the values I need.

However, I need to check about 15 values and I’m using the loop because I don’t know the position of where the values sit in each document. Meaning I don’t know which parent /tbody/tr/td[1]/table/tbody/tr[1]/td/table/tbody/tr[1]/td[1] will appear, for example.

How can I more easily check whether the value I need exists within the loop?