Right percent on the anchor text!

Hello! If anyone could address me how to set up the right % on the partial match anchor text, branding, generic, etc. It have to be in total 100 % right? I been using senuke for a few months now and they told me the generics need to go at 80% so Im a bit lost here. 
An screenshot of the right set up would be super great!

How to proof that Turing machine that can move right only a limit number of steps is not equal to normal Turing machine

I need to prove that a Turing machine that can move only k steps on the tape after the last latter of the input word is not equal to a normal Turning machine.

My idea is that given a finite input with a finite alphabet the limited machine can write only a finite number of “outputs” on the tape while a normal Turing machine has infinite tape so it can write infinite “outputs” but I have no idea how to make it a formal proof.

any help will be appreciated.

[ Law & Ethics ] Open Question : Is Trump right for congratulating daughter Tiffany on finishing law school or no?

“Congratulations to my daughter, Tiffany, on graduating from Georgetown Law. Great student, great school. Just what I need is a lawyer in the family. Proud of you Tiff!” “Just what I need is a lawyer in the family. Proud of you Tiff!” Trump said Wednesday in a congratulatory tweet. Tiffany, 26, is Trump’s daughter with his second ex-wife, actress Marla Maples.

Probabilistic Turing machine – Probability that the head has moved k steps to the right on the work tape

I have a PTM with following transition:

$ \delta(Z_0, \square , 0) = \delta(Z_0, \square , L, R)$ ,

$ \delta(Z_0, \square , 1) = \delta(Z_0, \square , R, R)$

Suppose that this PTM executes n steps. What is the probability that the head has moved k steps to the right on the work tape (in total, i.e., k is the difference between moves to the right and moves to the left) ?

Mounted combat, movement, free actions, dismounting, then free attack. Am I doing it right?

I have lvl 6 Half Orc Paladin with the shield master feat riding a worg. The paladin is Spd 30 the Worg is speed 50. I move forward speed x and spear a human with the lance 1d12+str+smite. I move forward 5 feet(reach) then as a bonus action I use shield master to knock the human prone. After that I dismount, and use my extra attack to stab my long sword 1d8+str+smite into a the prone human. Can I do this?

If so how far away from the human can I start and complete the action?
2(dash)*30(Ork speed)=x-5(closing 5 feet)- 1/2*30(ork speed used for dismount) 60=x-5-1/2*30 60=x-20=40 X=40 feet? Or am I doing it all wrong?

Font Awesome Cheat Sheet App to find the right icon easily

Hi Everyone,
This is my first post in this wonderful forums. I've created an app to search for the right icon (from Font Awesome, free version) in your web (or other platforms) design.
APP on google play:

Please have a look, and let me your feedback, suggestions, ideas…etc. I'm also open if you have other ideas for other tools.

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Font Awesome Cheat Sheet App to find the right icon easily

Right use of canonical when using URL parameters?

On certain pages of my website I use URL parameters on links:

<a href="/example/?parameter=value">Click here</a> 

The target URL is always exactly the same (i.e. /example/). With exactly the same content.

The URL parameter only serves the purpose of being used as a hidden form field in a form on that page. So that I can identify the page the user has visited before actually submitting that form.

My question: How do I correctly set the canonical to prevent the target page to be indexed multiple times?

Only on the actual target page in the head like this?

<link rel="canonical" href="https://www.example.com/example/" /> 

Or should I also do it on the actual original link? How would I ideally solve this?

Currently, the tool ahrefs.com claims those pages as “Duplicate pages without canonical” although I have already set the self-referencing canonical on the target page like this <link rel="canonical" href="https://www.example.com/example/" />.