Does Hallow remove the listed conditions when cast?

The spell Hallow has this effect when cast:

First, celestials, elementals, fey, fiends, and undead can’t enter the area, nor can such creatures charm, frighten, or possess creatures within it. Any creature charmed, frightened, or possessed by such a creature is no longer charmed, frightened, or possessed upon entering the area. You can exclude one or more of those types of creatures from this effect.

If a creature within the target area is charmed, frightened, or possessed by a listed creature type when the spell is cast, is that condition ended, suspended, or unchanged when the spell is cast?

In other words, is casting this spell on the area such a creature is in enough to end one of these effects, or must the caster get them to go in and out of the spell’s area too to achieve this?

Disable/ Remove canonical tag generated by wordpress

There is problem in my wordpress site. It is showing duplicate canonical URL issue because yoast and wordpress or some other plugin both are creating canonical tag. I have tried to remove the canonical tag generated by yoast on a specific page but that started showing other duplicate content issues. So I want to disable the canonical tag generated by WordPress or any other plugin. I have tried remove_action(‘wp_head’, ‘rel_canonical’); which is not working.

Remove author for external link data

I’ve made a page for a client, but when I paste the homepage link into Discord, it shows the page info.

It shows the Page Title, the page author, the page title again, and then the excerpt. I’d rather scrub my name from ever showing up in any meta data on the page, but even looking through dev tools, and searching for any mention of my name, or the word author, I find zero results that would indicate discord should be even finding my personal name. Has anyone had any experience with this?

Remove pagination from e-commerce category page while preserving SEO text relevance

I am administering an e-commerce website where currently we have pagination implemented on every category page.

On the first page of each category, we have SEO text in the bottom – a description of the category which helps our page to rank higher in search results. In many cases, it is long enough to make it impractical to place it at the top of the page.

I am flirting with the idea of converting our structure to an “infinite scroll” experience, to remove pagination altogether. I realise that this would yield some SEO benefits.

However, I am seriously worried that a lengthy list of products would dilute the importance of our category description at the bottom. I remember reading somewhere that Google places more importance on the content which is higher on the page.

Has anyone tried to implement the “infinite scroll” and did you notice any serious changes in your ranking? Or maybe you have an idea as to how it will affect the relevance of the category description at the bottom of the page?

What balance considerations should I make if I remove the Corruption and/or Insanity mechanics from Shadow of the Demon Lord?

In Shadow of the Demon Lord, there are mechanics that help portray its dark fantasy world. “Insanity” arises from undergoing stressful situations, whereas “Corruption” accumulates as the the character commits evil or dark acts. Both have tangible effects for the character (a high Corruption character would be impossible to resurrect, for example).

Suppose that a group would enjoy the general underlying gameplay, but not the darkness necessitated by the setting.

If I were to remove Corruption and Insanity from the game, what parts of the system would I have to tailor or remove so that the game remains fair?