Default Featured Image versus Custom Featured Image, which one is better for the SEO purposes?

I have a WordPress website. The 99% of mine content is texts, so I’m not uploading any images or videos to the post. I know that having the “featured image” on a post is crucial for SEO purposes(search engines definitely will rank post and website higher if you have it).

I’m thinking of default featured image solution, so anytime when I will not upload the image manually – the default image(dummy image) will be applied to the post as “featured post’s image”. So the image will stay the same on 99% posts that I have, but the image attributes will be related to the post’s title.

Is it really that bad, Or if I will upload the custom image on every new post it will be much much better in case of SEO?

Change default registration errors

I’m trying to change the WordPress default errors people see when try to register.

I’m trying to remove the wordpress original function and create a new one, using this code, but not effect. Any idea what I’m doing wrong?

    /*Change default registration WordPress errors*/     remove_filter( 'registration_errors', 'registration_errors' );     add_filter( 'registration_errors', 'registration_errors_so_16002591' );  function registration_errors_so_16002591( $  errors ) {         if( isset( $  errors->errors['email_exists'] ) ) {         $  errors->errors['email_exists'][0] = 'email already<strong>taken</strong>';     }     if( isset( $  errors->errors['username_exists'] ) ) {         $  errors->errors['username_exists'][0] = 'nick <strong>picken</strong>';     }     // Other errors     // ['empty_email']     // ['empty_username']      return $  errors; } 

YouTube Default Player Display Size

Looking for a way to tell YouTube to ALWAYS load my videos in the nice expanded view (not fullscreen, but the one where it’s the width of the page and actually visible on a decent sized monitor instead of this tiny thing).

Size Button

^ Hitting the highlighted button will return your view to the small one.

I’ve found options to set what quality to try to view, I’m already set to the highest. I don’t care if it starts @ 240p, as long as the viewport is wide. YouTube used to remember this setting when it first came out, but it doesn’t now and I’m going crazy.

Anyone?

the price of the bundle product returns 0 but there are related products in the products and by default everything is selected, can someone help?

$ collection = $ this->_productCollectionFactory->create();

$ collection->addAttributeToSelect(‘*’)->addAttributeToFilter(‘type_id’,

array(‘like’ => ‘bundle’);

return $ collection;

Default duration in monthly view in Google Calendar

I have a problem with the new version of Google Calendar in Hebrewenter image description here. The problem occurs in the monthly view when I press on one day – I get an event with a default duration of couple days rather than 60 minutes. How to solve that? How can I get the 60 minutes default duration of an event in monthly view?

pay attention, it happens only in the Hebrew but not in English.

Default color profile for display and mystery profiles that look like defaults

When I go into ColorSync Utility and look under the Profiles tab in the Profiles window or when I go into System Preferences and go to the Color pane of Displays preferences, I don’t see anything that looks like a “default” profile.

There are two display profiles named “iMac” that appear in the Color pane in System Preferences that are the first ones listed in the selection box and the only ones listed if I have “Show profiles for this display only” checked. The files associated with these two profiles are stored in /Library/ColorSync/Profiles/Display and their filenames are of the form iMac-{UUID}.icc where {UUID} is a UUID with uppercase letters. The UUID for one of them is mostly zeros and it was created, or last modified, three years ago. The other one has a more random-looking UUID in the filename and it was created only a few days into this year. I am unaware of what could have created this second file; no system update was performed around that time nor was I messing with color profiles.

The two color profiles are not identical. Several fields differ between them, but these differences are almost all seemingly ordinary because they are for fields like the profiles’ creation times and their filesystem paths.

I stumbled upon these profiles while I was trying to undo a change I thought I had made to my computer’s display settings in an attempt to resolve the problem of blurry text elements on my system.

Is there a default color profile that ships with macOS or is it generated to fit the display? I don’t know much at all about “color profiles” or what they do, so much of this is beyond me. I am running El Capitan.