Is Greater Link Spell as limitless as it appears?

I recently found this link, allegedly giving the text for two metamagic feats from Magic and Mayhem. The following, with typos corrected, got my attention:

Greater Link Spell [Metamagic]
You can cast any number of spells at the same time.
Prerequisite: Link Spell.
Benefit: As Link Spell, except that you may link any number of spells together.

Link Spell [Metamagic]
You can cast two spells at the same time.
Benefit: When preparing spells, you can link two spells together. These spells must then be cast at the same time; when you cast one, you automatically cast the other. The casting time is equal to the longest casting time listed between the two spells. (For example, if one spell has a casting time of "1 standard action" and the other has a casting time of "1 round," you need a full-round action to cast them both.) You choose all targets normally for the spells; they can have different targets or the same targets.
Each linked spell takes up a spell slot one level higher than normal.

Assuming that this is the correct text, is Greater Link Spell really as limitless as it appears? As I read it, I could have 100 fifth-level spells with a casting time of 1 round or less, prepare them all as a single Greater Link Spell with a casting time of 1 round, and this would take up one sixth-level spell slot with absolutely no other costs. Is this correct? I fear any Wizard that can cast Fireball 1000 times per round.

Get category link to widget

I add this code and is working good, but open different category link, Any idea?

    $  category = get_the_category();  if($  category[0]){     echo '<p class="read-more-custom-widget">';     echo '<a href="'.get_category_link($  category[0]->term_id ).'"title="Read More">Read More &raquo;</a>';     echo '</p>'; } 

Unable to create dynamic button link after selecting product

This is my website- I used WPForms to create form across all the websites. After submitting information the user will redirect to this page- When the user selects a specific product he will redirect to the Amazon review page. The review link will be different for every product. My question is how can I add a dynamic button link for each product? I’m using the Elementor page builder to create this button. Thanks guys for your help!

In doubly connected edge list how to link halfedges properly

I’m working on doubly connected edge list. In the image below I need to add a new edge (consisting of halfedges $ g$ and $ h$ ). When adding a new edge we need to assign each half edge a previous and next half edges. In this example edge $ g$ would have halfedge $ f$ and $ h$ as previous and next halfedges respectively. And edge $ h$ would have halfedge $ g$ and $ a$ as previous and next halfedges respectively. If we ignore for a second them being linked to each other, $ g$ and $ h$ are linked to the pair $ f$ and $ a$ . I hope this makes sense. My question is when adding a new edge, how do we know how to choose the correct pair to link to? In this example we could link our halfedges to the pair $ a, f$ or $ c,b$ , or $ e,d$ . Do we have to resort to linear algebra, doing cross/dot product calculations to calculate what pair of halfedges to choose, based on the geometry of the edges? Am I possibly going in the completely wrong direction?

To get the potential canditates of pair of halfedges to link to, I iterate through all halfedges linked to vertex $ v$ , which here would be $ a,c,e$ and for each I find the previous halfedge which would $ f, b,d$ respectively.

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What are the dangers of a mailto link?

I was looking through my spam folder, and there’s a 100% sure spam email, that asks me to confirm that I want to unsubscribe by clicking some big unsubscribe button. That button is simply a mailto: link, similar to the one below;;;;; 

There are no images in the email, so no pixel tracking.

What is the attack here?

Is the attacker’s hope that I would click on the mailto link, and then click send, and then they’d know that my email address is of a gullible person, so they’d better prioritize their real spamming resources, or is there more to it?

I find the above attack odd, because it puts quite some burden on the attacked. I need to ignore the fact that I never subscribed to require clicking on unsubscribe, then I need to click on Unsubscribe, then the mailto: protocol needs to be correctly associated with whatever I use for email, then I also need to click send, then the email client would ask me to confirm that I want to send a message without any content, then I would either confirm, or actually write some text in the content, and then the message would be sent, and the attack would be successful. That’s a lot of work and I can change my mind at any time in this process and the attack would be unsuccessful.

Can a mailto link be somehow exploited?

Help me I cannot link my font-awesome to my WordPress Theme. I have my font-awesome folder already in my project

My Path: C:\Users…….\Desktop……\coding\font-awesome-4.7.0\css

my header code:


<div id="slideout-menu">     <ul>         <li>             <a href="<?php echo site_url(''); ?>">Home</a>         </li>         <li>             <a href="<?php echo site_url('/blog'); ?>">Blog</a>         </li>         <li>             <a href="<?php echo site_url('/projects'); ?>">Projects</a>         </li>         <li>             <a href="<?php echo site_url('/about'); ?>">About</a>         </li>         <li>               <input type="text" placeholder="Search Here">         </li>     </ul> </div>  <nav>     <div id="logo-img">         <a href="#">             <img src="<?php echo get_template_directory_uri(); ?>/img/logo.png" alt="GTCoding Logo">          </a>     </div>     <div id="menu-icon">         <i class="fa fa-bars"></i>     </div>         <ul>             <li>                 <a href="<?php echo site_url(''); ?>"                     <?php if(is_front_page()) echo 'class="active"' ?>                 >Home</a>                          </li>             <li>                 <a href="<?php echo site_url('/blog'); ?>"                 <?php if(get_post_type() == 'post') echo 'class="active"' ?>                 >Blog</a>             </li>             <li>                 <a href="<?php echo site_url('/projects'); ?>"                 <?php if(get_post_type() == 'project') echo 'class="active"' ?>>Projects</a>             </li>             <li>                 <a href="<?php echo site_url('/about'); ?>"                 <?php if(is_page('about') == 'post') echo 'class="active"' ?>                 >About</a>             </li>             <li>                 <div id="search-icon">                     <i class="fa fa-search"></i>                             </div>             </li>         </ul>     </div> </nav>   <div id="searchbox">     <input type="text" placeholder="Search Here"> </div>   <?php if(is_front_page()); { ?>    <main>  <?php } ?> 


Hi guys!
I have a couple local small businesses websites. I need to boost them with links.
I want to add one or two tier 1 links per month, and tier 2-3-4.  One niche is local beauty salon, other niche is local spa salon. It is small town, it has 50k of people.
My question is, how I quickly get/buy the correct tier 1 link? So I can then use GSA Search Ranker?
P.S. I don’t want to make reach out contating magazines, journals etc. to get tier 1 link.