Custom post type single page uses the right template in preview mode but shows a different template after being posted

I’ve been developing a WordPress theme. I’ve created a custom post type called blog in functions.php.

// Blog Post Type Creation function te_blog_type() {     register_post_type("blog",         array(             "rewrite" => array("slug" => "blogs"),             "labels" => array(                 "name" => "Blogs",                 "singular_name" => "Blog",                 "add_new_item" => "Add New Blog",                 "edit_item" => "Edit Blog"             ),             "menu-icon" => "dashicons-format-status",             "public" => true,             "has_archive" => true,              "supports" => array(                 "title", "thumbnail", "editor", "excerpt", "comments"             ),             "taxonomies" => array("category", "post_tag", "blog_tag")         )     ); }  add_action("init", "te_blog_type"); 

It’s been working fine.

I also created a single-blog.php file as template for each blog post. When I preview the blog post. It’s using the right template from single-blog.php. However, when I actually post the blog, it’s showing the index.php as the template. What caused this?

Split map|content layout, should the map be on the left or right side?

It’s split down the middle; left side for the map, and content loads on the right side when the user clicks on a pin.

I got some opinions, and notably their initial reaction is “Why is the map on the left? Hmm, well I guess that kinda makes sense since it’s left to right”.

If I had to point a finger, I’d say the initial expectation for map on the right and content on the left comes from Google Maps’ layout.

So should the map stay on the left side? Or move it to the right side?

I want to do page right access in from sql below is my code but given error too many times visit

private void UserRights()     {         using (DataTable dt = clsmethod.apps(0, "Ic001", "Contactus", "", "", "", "", "", "", "", "Rights"))         {             if (dt.Rows.Count > 0)             {                 dr = dt.Rows[0];                 Response.Redirect("http://localhost:1425/Default2.aspx", false);              }             else             {                 Response.Redirect("Contact.aspx", false);              }         }     } 

i have dropped this method in page load event thank you in advance

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what is the right way for use it?

i want right code where is wrong

 <div id="fixed-top"><header><a href="/"><img src="/logo-v2.0.png" alt="m"></a>  <?php if ( is_user_logged_in() ) {      $  current_user = wp_get_current_user();     echo '<span class="off"><a href="/wp-admin">cPanel</a></span>     <span class="off"><a href="/wp-admin/post-new.php">New Post</a></span><span class="off"><?php edit_post_link('edit', '<p>', '</p>'); ?></span> '; } else {     echo '<a href="/login"><span class="btn-small btn-default">Login</span></a></td><td><a href="/signup"><span class="btn-small btn-default">Sign Up</span></a></td>'; }        ?>        </header></div>  

Determining equivalence classes of $\{w \in \{0,1\}^*\mid$ the $k$-bit of $w$ from the right is 1$\}$

I want to formally write the equivalence classes of the following language: $ $ L_k = \{w \in \{0,1\}^*\mid\text{ the } k\text{-th bit of }w\text{ from the right is } 1\}$ $

I understand the definition of equivalence classes, yet struggle to come up with a clear intuitive answer.

The language is regular, therefore i’d expect finite equivalence classes.

It seems like the essence of the information I am looking for is only “what is the $ k$ -th bit from the right”, which means i want to focus my attention on suffixes in the form of $ \sigma y \in \{0,1\}^*$ where $ |y|=k-1$ , $ \sigma\in \Sigma$ .

I would highly appreciate some guidance that would build my intuition for finding equivalence classes in general, and in this specific case.

Right click then left click – just to be safe

I don’t know if it’s an Ubuntu issue or me, but I find myself using right click then left click a lot when opening things in Ubuntu, because I’m not confident that my double-click (eg. opening files) or single left click (launcher) will be registered. It would be good if Ubuntu would indicate in a more obvious manner that it has received one’s request.