Does every thread have its main function?

Does every thread have its own main function?

I know that its have its own stack, but what about main function (not necessarily a function which called main).

For example, when creating a thread, we pass a function as an argument for the new thread to run it.

I tried to search about this topic, but couldn’t find answers.

Nginx main domain overwriting subdomains

I have an Nginx server running a website, and I’d like to add a new host under a subdomain, to the main domain.

However as the title suggests, the subdomain’s host seems to get ignored, and replaced by the main domain regardless.

Am I correct in assuming that the following statements, each in their own server block: server_name website.ws; server_name subdomain.website.ws;

Will always go to website.ws?

Sort the result of the main Query in shop page by a custom taxonomy

In a WooCommerce site, we have products that have a custom taxonomy that are assign to a region.

When the user visits the site, we activate the browser geolocation, and we assign the user a region in a cookie.

Now we would like to show, in the shop page and in the product_cat taxonmies, in first the products that are assign to the same region of the user and then all other regions.

How could we implement this ?

So far, I taught of using pre_get_posts, and using something like :

add_action('pre_get_posts', 'order_by_region', 999999); function order_by_region($  q){  if(!is_admin() && $  q->is_main_query() && (is_shop() || is_tax('product_cat'))){   $  q->set('orderby', 'meta_value');   $  q->set('order', 'DESC');   $  q->set('value', $  _COOKIE['nameofusercookie']);   $  q->set('meta_key', 'regions');   }   return $  q; } 

But this didn’t work. I just found that in there it will filter the posts instead of ordering by regions.

I found the ‘the_posts’ hook. That contains all the products after quering but not yet looped. I think it might be better place to sort all the products with the cookie. But how do i compare the cookie and the regions taxonomy in each products ?

add_filter('the_posts', 'sort_query_by_region', 10, 2); function sort_query_by_region($  posts, $  q){  $  cookie = $  _COOKIE['selected_region'];   if(isset($  cookie) && !empty($  cookie)){   if(!is_admin() && $  q->is_main_query() && (is_shop() || is_tax('product_cat'))){    $  posts = sortByRegion($  posts);   }  }  return $  posts; }  function sortByRegion($  posts){  usort($  posts, "regionOrder");  return $  posts; }  function regionOrder($  a, $  b) {    // get the cookie    $  cookie = $  _COOKIE['slected_region'];    // Get the term region of each compared product   $  regionA = get_the_terms($  a->ID, 'regions')[0]->slug;   $  regionB = get_the_terms($  b->ID, 'regions')[0]->slug;    if($  regionA != $  cookie || $  regionB != $  cookie){    return ($  a, $  b);   } else {    return $  a < $  b;   } } 

I must that either doesn’t work.

Anyone everdone such a re-ordering and knows I to help me?

Is using a firewall debit card a good solution to protect my main credit card? [closed]

I’m using Curve, a physical debit card that connects all your credit and debit cards in one and let you decide which one to use at each transaction by using its own app.

I’ve used it with my lower limit credit cards and I really enjoy its features (like instant notifications etc). I recently managed to get a premium credit card from my bank and I wanted to ask you if you think it’s a good idea to link it to this service (or similar ones) in a way to protect my main premium credit card data to be exposed online and in real life. I would store my premium credit card in a safe place and spend with this curve card.

Is this a good idea from a security standpoint?

Should I use Two or One Instance of WordPress for Main & Blog Site? [closed]

I have a main site https://www.example.com/ and a blog site under the subfolder https://www.example.com/blogs/ . Whether I should use two separate instances of WordPress for them or use one instance?

I have asked this question on https://wordpress.org/support/topic/use-two-or-one-instance-of-wordpress-for-main-blog-site/#new-topic-0 . But the question does not draw much attention. So I have to ask here.

What would using staff in main hand while using a light shield and rod in offhand entail?

Is it possible to use a Light Mithril shield +5 (I believe I can enhance shield?) in my offhand and a rod of (metamagic or absorption) in the same hand and still receive the AC bonus from the shield?

In my main hand I plan on having a staff or wand while rod and shield are in offhand. Would having these items in hand interrupt my casting of regular spells?

I’m playing an oracle/sorcerer, so components aren’t an issue.

Then if the rod of absorption/metamagic is used to block a spell or enhance spell would this disregard my shield bonus until next turn, similar to using the shield to shield bash?

How to list blog post from subdirectory wordpress install to the main site

I have decided to separate my main website and my blog with different WordPress installs. I’ve installed my blog in the subdirectory (/blog/ folder) and my main WordPress is only contained homepage and pages related to my business.

The problem is, is it possible to create a section on my main website that lists 4 latest posts from my blog that are installed in the subdirectory? I have searched all over the internet for the solution, but I’ve found nothing.

Can you tell me how can I solve this?