Analytics Setup with G-Tag Manager Tracking Code Missing [closed]

Analytics Setup with G-Tag Manager Tracking Code Missing 1 Reply Dear Team, I have successfully setup G-Tag Manager, code placed in my site header & body. Now I want to setup G-Analytics & G-Ads conversion Setup. So I went on G-Analytics>Opened Account>Create a property. But after creating property MEASUREMENT ID & Stream Id is only showing. While setup G-Tags there is asking for "Tracking ID " But everywhere showing me Just Measurement, Stream & Property Id. Nothing I have found Tracking ID that starts with "UA" as G-tag suggesting to enter. Earlier I was setup using Global Code directly placing in the HEader & avoided G-Tag. Please help me to Find Tracking Code- start with G-tag & analytics setup. Details Code Implementation enter image description here

How do you run code on a specific page without missing the init hook?

The earliest that functions such as get_permalink or is_page are available is parse_query (afaik). Then I thought, ok, clearly, I can’t say if( is_page('myPage') ) { add_action( 'init'... // because is_page will always resolve to false.

So then I thought, well, how about wrapping parse_query inside init like so:

add_action( 'init', function() {     add_action( 'parse_query', function() use() {         if( is_page( 'myPage' ) ) { //     }, 10 ); }, 10 ); 

Well, that still does nothing. The code works, but hooking into init there doesn’t really work. My goal here is to make use of items that need to launch/are available on init:10. So, I said, ok, just pass them, right?

add_action( 'init', function() {   $  something_i_need_from_init_10 = //do something.   add_action( 'parse_query', function() use( $  something_i_need_from_init_10 )   // } 

Which works, now, there are two cases that you’ll use this for:

  1. Getting something. If it’s available on init:10, isn’t it available on parse_query since parse_query come after? Sure, for most things, but remember that WP core itself gets rid of certain get_post_* functionality once it hits certain actions. Perhaps you have a service container that works well with WP and a service is only available on init:10.
  2. Doing something. Perhaps something needs to fire here. If so, this still works.

But all of this is clunky to write.

Is there no way to tell WP to run code on init, on a certain page only? Just looking at the link won’t do. There are rewrite rules, link formats and so on that one has to take care of and that probably don’t load until later on.

Ultimately, it’d be nice if all I had to write was:

add_action( 'init', function() {   if( is_page( 'myPage' ) ) {     //do stuff   } } 

What can one do when trying to design this way?

I don’t know how to figure it myself, but perhaps pipelining this process through the page.php / single.php pages will work. I assume WP has to figure out very early on what page, with what template it has to serve for any given link, for which it calls these 2 (usually).

Missing out of my inbox who can go and somebody’s inbox and delete their stories still working on it

I was working on a story about Google Play services people say it's hacked or some type of bugs in it's really weird what's going on with it and now it's missing have they got this place too? I've been having privacy issues with my mobile devices to I've noticed some really strange things going on with your apps and I'm I don't know I think somebody should look into this that knows it has a little more skill at getting around within the walls. Please tell me what you find let's talk…

Missing out of my inbox who can go and somebody's inbox and delete their stories still working on it

Are there any established mechanics for firing into close combat and missing very badly?

While working my way through the combat rules, the need to shoot into close combat came up.

The attacker, a Human with a Smith and Wesson .357 (2d6+1) wanted to shoot a frogman who has just Stunned another Human in close combat.

Of course her Shooting and Wild dice landed on snake eyes. In my view, an epic fail.

So I started looking for what to do when you miss so bad something catastrophic should happen. I figured it would be something like the hit would randomly go to a character in base contact and she would have to roll to wound her friend.

But I’m having trouble finding something like that in the rule book. I’ll probably play it for the catastrophe in my game, because playing to fail is more fun) but I wondered if there was an established way of dealing with this.

Why am i getting “missing right parenthesis” error when i try to LOG ERRORS when loading from an external table?

I’ve successfully created an error logging table

BEGIN     DBMS_ERRLOG.create_error_log(     dml_table_name  => 'enzyme',     skip_unsupported => TRUE); END; /  desc ERR$  _ENZYME; 
Name            Null? Type            --------------- ----- --------------  ORA_ERR_NUMBER$         NUMBER          ORA_ERR_MESG$           VARCHAR2(2000)  ORA_ERR_ROWID$          UROWID          ORA_ERR_OPTYP$          VARCHAR2(2)     ORA_ERR_TAG$            VARCHAR2(2000)  ENZ_NAME              VARCHAR2(4000)  

But i get an error when I try to run this query:

insert /*+ ignore_row_on_dupkey_index ( enzyme ( enz_name ) ) */ into enzyme SELECT enz_name FROM EXTERNAL ((   construct_id NUMBER(10),   n_term VARCHAR2 (50),   enz_name VARCHAR2 (3),   c_term VARCHAR2 (50),   cpp VARCHAR2 (50),   mutations VARCHAR2 (50),   mw_kda NUMBER (7, 3))      TYPE ORACLE_LOADER     DEFAULT DIRECTORY data_to_input     ACCESS PARAMETERS (         RECORDS DELIMITED BY NEWLINE         skip 1         FIELDS TERMINATED BY ',' OPTIONALLY ENCLOSED BY '"'         MISSING FIELD VALUES ARE NULL          )      LOCATION ('CONSTRUCT.CSV')     LOG ERRORS INTO ERR$  _ENZYME ('INSERT') REJECT LIMIT UNLIMITED) ext     where not exists (         select * from enzyme e         where e.enz_name = ext.enz_name     ); 
Error at Command Line : 79 Column : 5 Error report - SQL Error: ORA-00907: missing right parenthesis 00907. 00000 -  "missing right parenthesis" *Cause:     *Action: 

Line 79 is the LOG ERRORS INTO line.

If i delete the LOG ERRORS INTO ERR$ _ENZYME ('INSERT') part, this command functions perfectly.

WebAuthn – What am I missing?

I’m trying to learn a bit about authentication and security protocols at a 10,000 foot level. I was reading about WebAuthn here: and here:

I’m sure what I’m about to ask has obvious answers, because this protocol has been developed by smart people with probably decades of experience. But, I don’t get the two questions in bold (or more likely, i don’t get at least, the two questions in bold…):

  1. What ties the user (i.e. the carbon based life form with some sort of uniquely ‘you’ property) to the key used in the registration attempt?

For instance, if the key is generated from an HSM, where is the step of providing something that only ‘you know’, rather than ‘you physically possess but couldn’t potentially be in the possession of others,’ to verify that is your carbon life form submitting the key from the HSM for this registration attempt? I.e. where is the passphrase, and how does needing to have that to tie ‘you’ to ‘the key’ in the whole registration process (and future login attempts) in anyway circumvent the use of passwords and all the management that goes along with them anyway? All this boils down to needing to present something that clearly ties your carbon based existence, to the presentation of a strong key….I presume this is why Yubikey and co are going for bio-metric HSM’s….(based on the security of many bio-metric implementations in the past and their relatively ‘spoofable’ nature, that prospect doesn’t really fill me with certainty that it’s fixing anything)…. And even then, why not just present the biometric data directly and do away with the middle ware of the WebAuthn crypto key in the process?… (presumably because there is too much data in the actual biometrics, to punch it directly over slow networks, and/or proving that it hasn’t been modified in transit requires key signing of the data anyway, so the keys are back on the table…?)

  1. What prevents a Man-In-The-Middle from hijacking the registration process with their own credentials and key material?…and then just monitoring the transactions and relaying information, or even just sitting in the middle and being an ‘evil proxy webauthn’ server, or just taking ownership of the ‘user representation’ that you tried to register?

Obviously the user would become aware when they attempted to use the given service over a network that ‘evil mitm proxy’ hasn’t managed to intercept, as the service that ‘they registered for’ with ‘their key’ will be reject the login attempt (since now the users actual key is being presented rather than ‘evil mitm key’)….but it’s all a bit late by then isn’t it? I mean someone else at that point would own (in a cryptographic-ally verifiable manner) the service account. So, you’d know you’ve been screwed, but what are you going to do about it, particularly if that service is a publicly attributable front-end to your carbon life form (think Twitter, email, social networks or some sort of social security style registration of nation state recognised credential like a drivers licence or passport etc).

I’m thinking these problems are presumed to be solved by layering external technologies outside of the WebAuthn protocol. For instance the HSM requires bio/passphrases, and the registration happens over HTTPS.

So, is the presumption that these external mechanisms (arguably) prevent the above two scenario’s, rather than the WebAuthn protocol itself? How much of a stack is being relied upon, to achieve the goal of binding ‘your carbon life form’ to ‘the registration for a service’ such that is apparently ‘your registration’?

Optional/Mandatory Requirement For ‘req’ Command Configuration File Options Missing In OpenSSL v1.1.1g Manual Pages?

The OpenSSL v1.1.1 manual page for the req command’s Configuration File Format options seems to be missing any mention about whether each option is mandatory or optional. The other OpenSSL command manual pages (ca and ts) that support configuration file usage do stipulate whether each configuration file option is mandatory or optional.

Does anyone know which req configuration file options are mandatory and which are optional?

Custom Taxonomy is Missing (Or Limiting) Items

I created a custom taxonomy; "places" using toolset

region>country>city with 12 Regions / All Countries and just a few cities; 12 parents, 260 children

Where I am using the taxonomy in a post, custom post type or the menu, only some of the items show and it is quite random. 1/2 of Europe shows up 3 from the Caribbean, etc

I used the plugin Toolset; this issue has repeated in 4 different installs. I have worked with hosting and they assure me it is a development issue. I have worked with toolset and am on Day 6 of no solution; I have tried with different themes (Hello & Astra), Using Elementor or not (no plugins other than toolset itself; there is no support over the weekend. Does anyone have any idea WHY I would be missing just some of the taxonomy?

I am not seeing any errors in debugging