Have you made a WordPress website that looks professional?

Have you ever started an ecommerce website? If the route I've decided to take was managed wordpress hosting and of course a WordPress website. With all of the options available what are the things I need to check off as far as a to do list.

I understand what I want yet with so many plugins and so many plugins that are the same. What ones should I use to setup the store, the normal page area (it'll still be based upon a brief concept of the business and the products it has for sale) and of…

Have you made a WordPress website that looks professional?

If something happens “when an attack is made”, when does that something happen?

A select few features occur, not when an attack roll is made, but instead when an attack is made.

Three examples are the Protection Fighting Style, the Vengeance Paladin’s Soul of Vengeance feature, and the Arrow-Catching Shield magic item. These states (emphasis mine):

When a creature you can see attacks a target other than you that is within 5 feet of you, you can use your reaction to impose disadvantage on the attack roll. […]

[…] In addition, whenever an attacker makes a ranged attack against a target within 5 feet of you, you can use your reaction to become the target of the attack instead. […]

[…] When a creature under the effect of your Vow of Enmity makes an attack, you can use your reaction to make a melee weapon attack against that creature if it is within range. […]

Notably, there are numerous other features that occur when somebody is targeted by an attack, or when somebody makes an attack roll, or when somebody is actually hit with an attack, but none of the features above specify any of those scenarios. Examples of features that do specify are the Mastermind Rogue’s Misdirection feature, the Lore Bard’s Cutting Words feature, and the Monk’s Deflect Missiles feature:

[…] When you are targeted by an attack […]

[…] When a creature that you can see within 60 feet of you makes an attack roll […]

[…] when you are hit by a ranged weapon attack. […]

As such, I’m unsure when the Protection Fighting Style, Soul of Vengeance, and Arrow-Catching Shield actually takes place. Are they before the target is determined? Before the attack roll is made? After the attack roll but before knowing if it hits or misses? After knowing if it hits or misses? After the damage is applied? Does it vary with each feature? Is it some other answer entirely?

Ready made android games / app on Google playstore

Why are you selling this site?

I'm selling android apps that already publish on google play , total i have 9 games and 1 Dating app for sell.

App build using unity 3d and android studio software.

Below list games with price if you want to buy single game :

1. Solitaire King (50$ )


2. Clash Tower Defense (50$ )


Ready made android games / app on Google playstore

Change mesh density of Graphics3D object made of Triangles

I am new to mesh discretisation on Mathematica. I have a Graphics3D object made up of Triangles, that I would like to convert into a MeshRegion object using DiscretizeGraphics (see https://reference.wolfram.com/language/ref/DiscretizeGraphics.html).

In particular, I would like to control the mesh density. The above link tells me to use the MaxCellMeasure option, but it doesn’t seem to make any difference to my graphics!


Table[DiscretizeGraphics[g,    MaxCellMeasure -> {"Area" -> m}], {m, {0.3, 0.01, 0.001}}] 

gives: enter image description here

As you can see, the meshing is unchanged. It doesn’t matter if I replace "Area" by "Volume" or "Length".

Can someone please tell me how to do this properly? Is this happening because my Graphics is already made up of triangles?

My (send mail function WordPress) its made for salesstaus, has stop working after an update, maybe some code is outdatet

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    $  from       = "mysite.dk <info@mysite.dk>";     $  to         = $  owner_email;     $  subject    = "Trust Pilot"; 

// // $ headers = "From:" . $ from; $ headers = "From: " . $ from . "\r\n"; $ headers.= "Content-Type: text/plain;charset=utf-8\r\n";

    //wp_mail($  owner_email, 'New Dispatched Job', $  message);     

// Trust-Pilot

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Does the damage roll for an attack made by the effects of booming blade count as a damage roll made for booming blade?

This question is worded very specifically so think carefully about the wording before you answer. The description for booming blade goes as follows:

You brandish the weapon used in the spell’s casting and make a melee attack with it against one creature within 5 feet of you. On a hit, the target suffers the weapon attack’s normal effects and then becomes sheathed in booming energy until the start of your next turn. If the target willingly moves 5 feet or more before then, the target takes 1d8 thunder damage, and the spell ends.

If the damage roll made by the weapon also counts as a damage roll for the spell, then the damage roll would also be under the effects of things like the elemental adept feat since elemental adept specifies that the spell has to deal that damage and not the damage roll.

When you gain this feat, choose one of the following damage types: acid, cold, fire, lightning, or thunder. Spells you cast ignore resistance to damage of the chosen type. In addition, when you roll damage for a spell you cast that deals damage of that type, you can treat any 1 on a damage die as a 2.

Does it apply to the damage roll of the weapon or only the bonus thunder damage?

Should I warn the GM of probable mistakes he made or could make?

The question isn’t strictly bound to rules – although sometimes there are mistakes about those too, the GM is kind of a novice – but is mostly related to reading some statblocks in the book. To better explain, we are playing a specific AP in which the party encounters a vampire wizard. In the book, a fight is contemplated and so there are stats for such enemy. It should have been a nightmare (a CR 14 against a lvl 6 party), but a very good build on my part plus some unlucky rolls on the vampire side (bless burst of radiance btw) allowed the party to win, although with serious wounds. But from previous experiences, I remembered:

1 – APs usually don’t put enemies of that caliber at that level

2 – if APs do contain such enemies, they put them in some obscure location after some obscure conditions (think of a "secret boss" or a "you effed up boss")

So in my curiosity I looked at the stats of the enemy (I know, it’s meta, but I didn’t read anything other than dead enemies’ statblocks, so it shouldn’t be that bad) and found out the GM used the stats for the same enemy but in a different AP (seems the vampire would have returned with more levels and abilities).

So that’s that, the party won thanks to an EXTREME dose of luck, because we were supposed to encounter a CR 10 (maybe 11, if an adjustment for extra players was needed) instead of a CR 14, but I understand this stat-swapping accident may happen again and we may not be that lucky next time. Now if my character dies it’s no problem, but I don’t know how the rest of the party might react in that case. Should I warn the GM or not?

Would the 6th level Shepherd Druid’s Mighty Summoner feature works on summoned creatures not made from spells

To clarify, when I say "summoned creatures not made from spells", I mean summons that are from class features and the like, so the Shadow Sorcerer’s Hound of Ill Omen, the Hexblade’s Accursed Specter, Raven Queen’s Sentinel Raven (tho less hp on this would be nice) and the Beastmaster/Drakewarden’s Animal/Drake Companion. Sinces these are features that summon creatures, would they work with the Shepherd Druid’s Mighty Summoner if they aren’t technically spells?