How to modify the WooCommerce shop page to tweak the display price without affecting the actual price under the hood?

The woocommerce shop I am working on imports product price as "£ per g", this is correct for the calculation. On the shop page my client would like the price to be displayed as "£ per 100g" so I need to multiply the price by 100. In functions.php I have the following snippet which lets me change what is displayed (as you can see, I have already edited the text to display correctly), does anyone provide help on how to translate this import price to display price?

add_filter( 'woocommerce_get_price_html', 'wb_change_product_html' );     // Change and return $  price_html variable using the $  price and weight amount     let a = 10     function wb_change_product_html( $  price ) {         $  price_html = '<span class="amount">' . $  price . ' per 100g </span>';   // change weight measurement here              return $  price_html;     }          add_filter( 'woocommerce_cart_item_price', 'wb_change_product_price_cart' );     // Change the cart prices with $  price variable and weight amount     function wb_change_product_price_cart( $  price ) {         $  price = $  price . ' per g'; // change weight measurement here              return $  price;     } 

I’m sure that there’s a quick fix here! I have also added a screenshot of the import columns so that the price change I’m looking for can be seen.

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WordPress + Vue — Single page app giving me 404s when I use query params

I’ve got my rest api powered site working really well with Vue. Except for the issue of WordPress and urls.

Site: http://mytely.ca/

Search for a name or click on a name and the url updates. Now refresh the page. Everything still works, in that Vue will take over and do all the requests and set things up. But I’m getting a 404 on every page like that.

I don’t really know anything about this whole thing. I tried setting up a redirect plugin but that does what it says — it redirects from http://mytely.ca/&page=1&search=John%20Doe back to http://mytely.ca, which isn’t what I want.

I basically want WordPress to ignore the urls completely — just have index.php (and hence Vue) takeover everything. Basically, not 404 and just pass on through with the url.

I’m not currently using Vue Router at all in my app — just appending query strings and using popstate. I’m wondering if I actually need to be using Vue Router to handle this.

jQuery Ajax not loading page with ACF fields

I’m using the following jQuery code to load contents from a template part into another on click. Without the ACF PHP tags, it works. However, when I add these tags in <?php the_field('field_name'); ?> it throws a 500 (Internal Server Error) error. Does anyone have a solution for this, please?

    var baseUrl = "http://projectname:8888/wp-content/themes/custom-theme"      $  (".cross__functional").click(function (e) {         e.preventDefault();         console.log('cross functional Clicked')         $  ("#keContent").load(baseUrl + "/template-parts/components/filename.php");     }); 

Nested loops join algorithm – additional available page buffers

The basic version of nested llops join algorithm only uses two main memory page buffers for loading the pages.

But if additional page buffers are available the I/O cost can be reduced.

Should I chose to use the additional available page buffers to hold more pages of the relation considered by the outer loop or the inner loop?

And why?

I apologies if this is the wrong place to post this question Thanks in advance,

Multi-level paging where the inner level page tables are split into pages with entries occupying half the page size

A processor uses $ 36$ bit physical address and $ 32$ bit virtual addresses, with a page frame size of $ 4$ Kbytes. Each page table entry is of size $ 4$ bytes. A three level page table is used for virtual to physical address translation, where the virtual address is used as follows:

  • Bits $ 30-31$ are used to index into the first level page table.
  • Bits $ 21-29$ are used to index into the 2nd level page table.
  • Bits $ 12-20$ are used to index into the 3rd level page table.
  • Bits $ 0-11$ are used as offset within the page.

The number of bits required for addressing the next level page table(or page frame) in the page table entry of the first, second and third level page tables are respectively

(a) $ \text{20,20,20}$

(b) $ \text{24,24,24}$

(c) $ \text{24,24,20}$

(d) $ \text{25,25,24}$

I got the answer as (b) as in each page table we are after all required to point to a frame number in the main memory for the base address.

But in this site here it says that the answer is (d) and the logic which they use of working in chunks of $ 2^{11} B$ I feel ruins or does not go in with the entire concept of paging. Why the system shall suddenly start storing data in main memory in chucks other than the granularity defined by the page size of frame size. I do not get it.

Will breaking all the titles on a page boost SEO in anyway?

So, I have this suggestion by a client – asking me to break the title on every section into two tags. They want to replace <h*> tag with a combination of <h*> and <p> tag.

So according to them I should rewrite <h1>Hello World</h1> as <p>Hello </p><h1>World</h1>, but somewhere it can even go like this <p>Hello</p><h*>World</h*><p>there</p>

I’m trying to understand what negative impact it could have?

One accessibility concern I know is – that it is causing problems with some Screen Reader tools – as the reading agent only reads a bit of title and stops, then I need to focus on another word and then reads.

<div class="mixHeading">    <h1 data-fontsize="45" data-lineheight="63">SEO Experts</h1>    <p>to Maximize the Impact of Web Content</p> </div> 

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How to display the categories on page using shortcode?

I am trying to display the categories name on my page but it’s not displaying. I am using the below code and I added the shortcode gridCategories on my page. I am getting only array

function createGridCategories(){ $  categories = get_categories( array(     'taxonomy'   => 'category',     'orderby'    => 'name',     'parent'     => 0,     'hide_empty' => 0, // change to 1 to hide categores not having a single post ) ); var_dump($  categories); return $  categories; } add_shortcode( 'gridCategories', 'createGridCategories'); 

I tried this also

$  categories = get_the_category(); var_dump($  categories); 

I added a shortcode like this in textblock

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