## 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:

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

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>'; } ``

## 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.

## 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

``mailto:user@inactivedomain.com;someotheruser@gmail.com;moreusers@mailbox.org;etc@inbox.ru;etc@list.ru;etc@bk.ru?subject=Unsubscribe ``

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

GTCoding

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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.

## Search Engine Ranker is trying to write on the link lists. How to stop?

I might have changed some settings and ended up at Search Engine Ranker trying to write on the link lists that I provide. Where can I find the settings to stop rewriting on the folders that I import links.

## What is the real risk of clicking a link?

If I were to click a link on any of my devices, be it over text message, email, or from a webpage, and enter no information/actions with the target page. What is the worst that could happen?