When choosing payment options during checkout, should the Paypal option go directly to Paypal, or show a “continue to Paypal” link?

I currently have 2 payment options during checkout: Credit Card and Paypal. Currently, clicking on the Credit Card option will reveal a credit card form, and clicking on the Paypal option will take the user to Paypal checkout (on the Paypal site).

I have also seen it where sites such as Netflix, will show a “continue to paypal” link after selecting the Paypal payment method, instead of going straight to Paypal (shown below)

Payment Options

Paypal option selected

Is the “continue to paypal” link helpful to the user, or does it just add an extra step/confusion (because the user isn’t taken straight to Paypal after selecting the Paypal option)?

Redirecting affiliate link: is it okay to add nofollow and noreferrer only to the affiliate link and not the pretty link?

I run a WordPress website and normally use the plugin Thirsty Affiliates to redirect/cloak my affiliate links with a prettier link. WordPress adds the noreferrer and noopener attributes to the pretty link automatically, and then I manually add nofollow to the pretty link.

However, I am experimenting with a content editor (Thrive Architect) which has given me issues with easily adding noopener and noreferrer to my pretty link (I figured out a workaround but it’s a pain in the butt).

I was wondering if it is even necessary to add these attributes to the pretty link or whether it needs to be added to the affiliate link instead?

If I leave them off the pretty link, I believe I can get Thirsty Affiliates to add these attributes to the affiliate link on the redirect.

One other question: is noreferrer even worth adding if I do not mind that my affiliate programs know where the traffic is coming from? or is there some security benefit?

Thanks for any help anyone can provide.

Should each and every link SER makes be sent to either GSA SEO Indexer or Indexing Service via API?

I am, as usual, trying to refine my efforts. Recently, I’ve been making some headway in this regard. :)
My big question I’ve been wanting to ask: Does every link SER makes require indexing?
I presently use GSA SEO Indexer, but not on EVERY project. Am I wasting efforts in not using either this program or an external indexer? Could I be getting more out of my linking with SER if I did index EVERY link?
Thanks, kindly, for any info…!

Django admin site add html link

admin.py

@admin.register(StudentsEnrollmentRecord) class StudentsEnrollmentRecord(admin.ModelAdmin):     list_display = ('Student_Users', 'School_Year', '<a href="#">Report</a>')     ordering = ('Education_Levels',)     list_filter = ('Student_Users',) 

enter image description here I just want that to add the html link in the adminsite then if the admin click the “report” it will filter what studentenrollmentrecord selected to html file

Change document open link on Webpart (Highlighted Content / Document Library)

I have a list of documents where I want to change their default open URL.

For example, you enter the ‘Policy Directory’ page which displays the Document Library web part. Clicking on these policies should take you to a link with the appended PolicyID (i.e. site.com/Policy_Summary.aspx?PolicyID=2)

I was hoping to do this by editing the web part as I can not find a working SPFX Document Library web part open source. This is outdated and will not do gulp serve https://github.com/SharePoint/sp-dev-fx-webparts/tree/master/samples/react-documents-detailslist

Change document open link on Webpart (Highlighted Content / Document Library)

I have a list of documents where I want to change their default open URL.

For example, you enter the ‘Policy Directory’ page which displays the Document Library web part. Clicking on these policies should take you to a link with the appended PolicyID (i.e. site.com/Policy_Summary.aspx?PolicyID=2)

I was hoping to do this by editing the web part as I can not find a working SPFX Document Library web part open source. This is outdated and will not do gulp serve https://github.com/SharePoint/sp-dev-fx-webparts/tree/master/samples/react-documents-detailslist