I’m trying to get the file locations of all featured images used in draft type posts via SQL and phpmyadmin.
posts type attachment should hold the location of the image in the guid column.
SELECT voybp_posts.guid FROM voybp_posts WHERE voybp_posts.ID IN ( SELECT voybp_postmeta.meta_value FROM voybp_postmeta WHERE voybp_postmeta.post_id IN ( SELECT voybp_posts.ID FROM voybp_posts WHERE voybp_posts.post_status="draft"))
This script should be good but its very complex and takes forever to execute, any way for me to simpplify it?
I know that for text, WhatsApp messages are encrypted in a way no “man in the middle” could read them. But what about images?
Imagine you received some private image on your smartphone. Then you open WhatsApp Web on your PC, which uses an employer VPN.
Would the employer be able to “download” the image your Whatsapp Web just loaded?
I have recently migrated from Blogger to WordPress. I was wondering whether instead of uploading existing images to the new WordPress site I should hotlink them from Blogger instead.
I do not worry about my WP host space, but I do not find my host very fast. So will hotlinking images from Blogger improve my site’s performance? What will be better as far as SEO is concerned?
P.O: I checked and found that hotlinking from Blogger to other sites is allowed according to the Google/blogger policy.
Google maps has reviews, photos and a rating of a local restaurant. The owner would like me to show the latest google rating along with recent user reviews (3 stars and higher) and photos people take. Is it possible to get some or all of this information onto the site? It can be something like an iframe or json which I’ll use to create a better looking page
I have installed wordpress on google compute engine..
Running nginx, wordpress and https.. The site doesn’t load the admin panel or the images..
throws up 404 error on chrome inspection
HTTP404: NOT FOUND – The server has not found anything matching the requested URI (Uniform Resource Identifier). GET – https://fadingfernphotography.ca/api/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2020/01/blog-1-1568×1046.png
HTTP404: NOT FOUND – The server has not found anything matching the requested URI (Uniform Resource Identifier). GET – https://fadingfernphotography.ca/api/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2020/01/Blog-1-1568×1263.png
Okay, so I am very new to Game Development and I imported a .png file(made in Paint) to the assets and that file contains just a circle and an oval, not touching and far apart from each other, both of them coloured blue. When I open the sprite editor and click on splice, then select Automatic and Delete existing options and then click slice, I do not get different sprites, one containing the circle and the other containing the oval. The image isn’t sliced at all. I have also set the sprite mode to Multiple, but to no avail.
Can someone help me and tell me what I am doing wrong? The engine I am using is Unity.
What are the advantages and/or disadvatages of using stock photos or images, over using description?
This is a valid and helpful question, especially for firSt-time DMs. There are published sources which can be used to answer this.
First-time DM says: “I don’t think I’m particularly good at detailed poetic descriptions and I’m worried my imagination could be a bit on the slow side. I was thinking I could use something like a quick and dirty PowerPoint presentation showing some concept art / stock photos of various locations and NPC. Not only for the players but also for me to figure out what to describe if I get stuck.“
Special thanks to Paprik.
When answering, please use concrete examples, share your expertise and refer to published materials where possible.
I don’t think I’m particularly good at detailed poetic descriptions and I’m worried my imagination could be a bit on the slow side.
I was thinking I could use something like a quick and dirty powerpoint presentation showing some concept art / stock photos of various locations and NPC. Not only for the players but also for me to figure out what to describe if I get stuck.
Is this a good or bad idea?
i ‘d like to understand convolutional neural network. Consider the picture:
I don’t understand why the result of applying convolution to the 32by32by3 input image is not of size 32 by 32 by 3 by 12? From what I understand, we there are 12 filters and we apply each filter to each of the 3 channels of the image to get 3 new images for each filter.
Suppose the result of the first convolution is really 32 by 32 by 12, I don’t understand how you get them.
Also, what happen when we do a second convolution? Say we do a second full convolution with 5 filters, then the result of the second convolution is 32 by 32 by 3 by 12 by 5?
I created a very large isometric render of a model of a town. I would like to display the image on the Web. What’s the best way of doing this? Should I host the single image or split it into tiles? Do either of these options affect render speed or download speed or memory usage in a browser? Thanks.
The image is 16384x8192px, 24-bits, 40MB, PNG format.