Issues with redirecting domain name to another Apache with WordPress

I am currently running into an issue where if someone types in ‘’, which is redirected to, into Google it will bring up the error message about ‘Attackers trying to steal information’. I do understand the concept that you cannot go from HTTPS to HTTPS without having the SSL certificate match the domain that gets redirected, but I was wondering if there was a way to force browsers to view the old domain as HTTP only and not attempt to load it as HTTPS. I know there is a way I just don’t know how to do it in Apache because I have an IIS site that does this and has no issues. I tried several different rewrite rules and disabling WordPress SSL plugins (this was an inherited site) and still have nothing. If more information is needed please let me know. I appreciate your time.

Looking for a game, cannot remember the name of it [closed]

I am unsure it it’s actually an RPG game, but it’s kind of like Scrutinized, i am like 65% sure it has made by EA because i have a medium-strong memory of playing it through Origin. It has an abstract art style and is called something like Disgruntled or something, you are playing as a detective if remember correctly, and the game cover is blue abstract art with a man with a monocle (or whatever it’s called, glasses on only one eye). Does anybody have any idea which game this might be? Also sorry it this is not the right forum, i don’t know where else to ask this.

How can I find the name of a function and replace with another name in a plugin?

I would like to replace a button name "CV Manager" with "Upload Resume". The button is part of a list of menu buttons in a user dashboard. It function is to direct candidates to upload their resumes and I would like the button to say just that. Can anyone please tell me where in the plugin database I can find that button and replace it by using the "plugin editor" in wordpress? Thank you

google search brings wordpress post file name next to dns [closed]

Google search results are structured. SEO works fine, the only "complaint" is that URLs are displayed in search results. Actually it brings the wordpress post file name next to dns. I understand that the URL of a document is usually displayed in a search result in Google below the document title.

As per this:

best practices include to use words in URLs that are relevant to your site’s content and structure are friendlier for visitors navigating your site, etc.

But can we somehow remove this path+file name?

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How do I name the thing that is done in the FROM part of the query?

So, I have recently started studying data bases in Uni, MySQL. I am practicing some queries with different stuff that the professor gave us.

One of the questions i have found is as follows:

Show the Name and Wage of the employee supervisor and the average wage of the employees that he is supervising. Arrange the data by name and the average wage in an ascending order. (I’m working on the newest version of the MySQL Workbench with the accompanying local host server)

There is only one table, the employee table. With a foreign key supervisor ID that references the employee IDs which are primary keys.

This is the solution to the query:

SELECT, SUP.wage, AVG(EMP.wage) AS AVG_WAGE FROM employee EMP, employee SUP WHERE SUP.employee_ID = EMP.supervisor_ID GROUP BY ORDER BY AVG(EMP.wage) ASC; 

I’m wondering, what is the name of the thing that he used here where he like… split the employee table into 2 virtual tables for the sake of the query?

I didn’t know this is possible at first so I was doing this:

SELECT name, wage, AVG(wage) AS AVG_WAGE FROM employee WHERE emp_ID IN (SELECT sup_ID FROM employee) GROUP BY name, wage, sup_ID IN (SELECT emp_ID FROM employee) ORDER BY AVG(wage); 

This shows the supervisors and their wages but doesn’t show the average wage of the employees that each supervisor supervises and just displays the wage of the supervisors again with a bunch of zeroes at the end.

Thank you!

I’m sorry if I’m not very clear in my wording since I’m not studying databases in English and English is not my first language. Thus it isn’t easy to find info on google about a bit specific things like this where I don’t know how to word questions.

Rewrite a folder name using .htaccess don’t want to work

I am wondering, why folder renaming doesn’t work. RewriteRule ^pl/(.*) public/$ 1

Lets say I have a url like: 

Now I want to rewrite the url to 

"pl" is not a folder rather just a name!

The rest works fine. Why just that one rule doesn’t work?

my .htaccess

RewriteEngine on RewriteRule ^dekoracyjne.html$   decorative.php [NC,L] RewriteRule ^pl/(.*) public/$  1 RewriteRule ^dekoracyjne/(.*) decorative/$  1 RewriteRule ^techniczne.html$   architectural.php [NC,L] RewriteRule ^techniczne/(.*) architectural/$  1 RewriteRule ^show.html/([-\w]+)$   show.php?id=$  {products:$  1} [L] RewriteRule ^p.html$   product_configurator.php [NC,L] RewriteRule ^show_c\.html/([-*\w]+)$   show_c.php?cat=$  {catcolors:$  1} [L] RewriteRule ^(product_configurator)\.html/(\d+)&([-\w]+)$   $  1.php?prometheus_id=$  2&id=$  {products:$  3} [L] RewriteRule ^(ss_c)\.html/(\d+)&([-\w]+)$   $  1.php?prometheus_id=$  2&id=$  {products:$  3} [L] # Rewrite other ".html" requests to ".php" RewriteRule (.+)\.html$   $  1.php [L] 

I am trying to convert my SQLite database into Postgres database, but I don’t know how to convert name TEXT (32) NOT NULL

CREATE TABLE integrals (    id SERIAL PRIMARY KEY NOT NULL UNIQUE,    name TEXT (32) NOT NULL,    ip TEXT (32),    posx REAL NOT NULL,    posy REAL NOT NULL,    port INTEGER,    image INT,    zones TEXT,    pass TEXT ); 

This is my SQLite generated database, and I am trying to convert it, but I am very new to Postgres.