Schematic image of polyhedral dice [closed]

This might be a bit of an unusual question, and I hope that it fits here nonetheless: I am teaching an introductory statistics and probability course, and am currently designing the final exam. In one of the exercises, I am planning to use the concept of polyhedral dice. To account for the small chance that some of the students may not know what polyhedral dice are, I would like to include an example picture that should

  • show some common examples of polyhedral dice, ideally with numbers
  • be in black and white and a computer-generated image (rather than a photo of real dice)
  • be allowed to be used as I intend to do

image directory

Hello,
I have seen that there are people who create blog backlists that are like a directory of images, many images come from many public sites and among those they put images of their website in DoFollow.
Can I do this with GSA ser?
I’ve even seen that they create hosting on Firebase.
I put some examples:

https://acepacbik71.blogspot.com/2020/12/45-mesa-de-centro-redonda-con-tapa.html
https://backpackv28.blogspot.com/2020/12/get-37-tamano-de-la-mesa-de-centro.html

Firebase: https://gatos-dibujos-animados.web.app/

Thank you

There has been an error cropping your image

I’ve searched quite a bit and every single article seems to suggest the same thing, which I’ve tried to no avail.

I’ve already tried installing php7.4-gd. it did not fix the issue.

I tried adding this snippet to my functions.php file:

add_filter('wp_image_editors', 'wpse303391_change_graphic_editor'); function wpse303391_change_graphic_editor($  array) {     return array('WP_Image_Editor_GD', 'WP_Image_Editor_Imagick'); } 

Neither of these have fixed my issue.

I’m running XAMPP on debian. I imagine it has something to do with permissions because it’s linux and 99% of all linux issues end up being permissions.

I got php 7.4.13

Disguise Self / Silent Image when camouflaging an item into another item

A spellcaster uses Disguise Self to pass as a simple bodyguard. In particular, the quarterstaff that she uses as a spell focus, which normally looks like an obviously magical item (runes, faint lights, the works), is disguised to look like a simple martial weapon (the kind of quarterstaff that a monk would use).

She is asked to drop her weapons in a box before meeting a mob boss. She doesn’t want to reveal that she is a spellcaster.

  1. At the moment where you cast the spell, Disguise Self applies to belongings on your person. What about afterwards? Would the quarterstaff, once put in the box, immediately take back its previous appearance?

  2. If the answer is "yes", could Silent Image be used to maintain the illusion? I would want to create the exact image of the fake quarterstaff "around" the actual quarterstaff to keep it camouflaged. Is that a possible use of the spell? Would someone picking up the quarterstaff, without examining it too closely, immediately notice the illusion, assuming the weight/material of the illusion is similar to the real one?

  3. Is it still possible to control the illusion (in particular, to keep it around the quarterstaff if it moves) even after the spellcaster has dropped her spell focus?

use my custom code in woocommerce product image

I want to use my custom code in woocommerce products gallery image , I have done that before for a simple gallery but this time my code is little more professional and i want use the tag in woocommerce products gallery , here is the code:

<div class="product-gallery">                             <span class="badge">Offer</span>                             <div class="product-carousel owl-carousel">                                 <div class="item">                                     <a class="gallery-item" href="./assets/img/single-product/thumbnail-1.jpg"                                         data-fancybox="gallery1" data-hash="one">                                         <img src="./assets/img/single-product/thumbnail-1.jpg" alt="Product">                                     </a>                                 </div>                                 <div class="item">                                     <a class="gallery-item" href="./assets/img/single-product/thumbnail-2.jpg"                                         data-fancybox="gallery1" data-hash="two">                                         <img src="./assets/img/single-product/thumbnail-2.jpg" alt="Product">                                     </a>                                 </div>                                 <div class="item">                                     <a class="gallery-item" href="./assets/img/single-product/thumbnail-3.jpg"                                         data-fancybox="gallery1" data-hash="three">                                         <img src="./assets/img/single-product/thumbnail-3.jpg" alt="Product">                                     </a>                                 </div>                                 <div class="item">                                     <a class="gallery-item" href="./assets/img/single-product/thumbnail-4.jpg"                                         data-fancybox="gallery1" data-hash="four">                                         <img src="./assets/img/single-product/thumbnail-4.jpg" alt="Product">                                     </a>                                 </div>                             </div>                             <ul class="product-thumbnails">                                 <li class="active">                                     <a href="#one">                                         <img src="./assets/img/single-product/thumbnail-1.jpg" alt="Product">                                     </a>                                 </li>                                 <li>                                     <a href="#two">                                         <img src="./assets/img/single-product/thumbnail-2.jpg" alt="Product">                                     </a>                                 </li>                                 <li>                                     <a href="#three">                                         <img src="./assets/img/single-product/thumbnail-3.jpg" alt="Product">                                     </a>                                 </li>                                 <li>                                     <a href="#four">                                         <img src="./assets/img/single-product/thumbnail-4.jpg" alt="Product">                                     </a>                                 </li>                                 <li>                                     <a class="navi-link text-sm" href="./assets/video/download.mp4" data-fancybox                                         data-width="960" data-height="640">                                         <i class="mdi mdi-video text-lg d-block mb-1"></i>                                     </a>                                 </li>                             </ul>                         </div> 

How do you determine a good set of breakpoints for srcset image sizes

My website right now is marginal for page loading speed on mobile. Originally written for desktop, I use a lot of images that are relatively high resolution, and only lightly compressed.

I’d like provide srcset images at various resolutions, but before I start, what are the optimum sizes, and how are they determined?

First approximation that occurs to me is (image as % of screen) * (viewport in pixels) and then calculate this for typical (and what is that, this week?) screen resolutions of desktop, tablet and phone.

On reflection, this approximation is naive.

  • Reducing the resolution of an image that’s too big will give better results than increasing one that is too small.

  • There aren’t really three situations to consider, but five, as both mobile and tablet can be use in either orientation. I don’t want the mobile user to have to slurp up new images when they rotate their phone. This isn’t as big a concern for tablets most of the time, as the bulk of tablet usage is on wifi.

  • Desktop usage has another factor: While screens have gotten wider, many users will have a browser up at less than full width. This one may not matter that much, as desktops have both the bandwidth and the processing speed to resize images.

  • Phones now come in a bewildering range of sizes and resolutions.

At present I’m looking at producing images at widths of 1300, 800, 500, 300 and setting cutoffs at 900 600 and 350, but this is little more than a WAG.

web browser does not show image for sleuth game?

My teacher gave me this assignment for something called a sleuth game. I go to the website here: sleuth game

basically I go to this website and I download the puzzle and before I start working on it I try to open it in the browser yet all the web browsers firefox, Edge, Brave all of them show the same thing:

web browser hung on loading not doing anything

please help if I don’t work on this damn thing, I’ll fail