## Seperate descriptions for catalog page and product page

I was using the martfury theme for my site before and they had separate fields for the shop page description and product page description. I’ve since changed themes and it only shows a section for short product description. Could somebody please tell me how martfury was able to implement this? I’ve attached a screenshot to show what I mean. Thanks so much!

## How to seperate gui input from world input?

I have a GUI interface and a player that hase code to detect when the mouse is pressed.

When i mess with my GUI buttons the code for the player also fires off; an undesired behavior. The code in the player is meant for mining or using his current item not meant for buttons.

Some people have suggested using _unhandled_input and mouse filters, but i havent gotten either of those to work. Im just wondering what the common thing to do in the situation?

## How can I add a seperate damage dice to my hombrew magic item so that it rolls two separate dice on beyond’s new dice roller?

Got curious for when my paladin reaches lvl 11/2 warlock and gets a permanent 1d8 divine smite all the time. My main weapon is magical gifted by my patron so im looking to see if it’s possible to add the extra dice as a feature so it’s properly displayed and usable in dnd beyonds dice roller feature. I can’t figure out the right combo in the magic item creation page.

## How to solve recursion with two seperate converges rates

What is the correct way to solve the following recursion: $$T(n)=T(\lceil\frac{n}{2}\rceil) + T(n-2)$$

Or basically any recursion that has two parts which converge in a different rate.

I’m trying to get big $$O$$ approximation, as tight as possible, but I couldn’t figure it out with any "traditional" approach.

## Can you use a bonus action between the seperate attacks of a spell

Similar to my recent question about moving between a spell’s attacks I am curious about whether RAW you can use a bonus action between a spells attacks.

Unlike in the case of Movement, Bonus Actions do not have a section specifying that they can occur in between parts of a particular type of Action. The section on Bonus Actions reads

You choose when to take a bonus action during your turn, unless the bonus actionâ€™s timing is specified (PHB, 189)

The answer to this question is very relevant to Warlocks who might use Eldritch Blast against the target of their Hex but slay the target before every blast of Eldritch Blast has been used. The Warlock would then want to target a new creature with the remaining blasts (see this answer on changing targets during a spell) but first use their Bonus Action to move Hex to the new target.

Related: Can you use a bonus action from Cunning Action in the middle of an Attack action?

## How to send cookie to API on seperate domain in safari

So basically with my app, I keep users access tokens in memory for the duration page load (e.g. once they refresh the token dissapears). To prevent them from having to sign in again, I have my auth server (https://api.myapp.com) set a httpOnly, secure cookie with a refresh token. This works fine for most users, however, some users are able to set custom domains, this means that the client react app is now on theirapp.com and trying to auth with my api on api.myapp.com . This still works in Chrome (latest), Firefox, and Safari Incognito, but does not work in normal safari (seems to completely ignore the refresh cookie).

What possible solutions do I have to making this work? Basically I want it so that:

1. user navigates to theirapp.com which makes a request to api.myapp.com
2. This returns a set-cookie: header with a httpOnly; secure; domain; .myapp.com refresh cookie.

I want it so that this cookie is then sent when the user refreshes and the SPA react app makes a POST request to api.myapp.com/auth/refresh. Is this possible in safari (again this works in all other browsers and even safari incognito)?

I don’t want to have to resort to storing a longer lived access token in the users localStorage or a non-httpOnly cookie as that’s obviously pretty vulernable to XSS.

## If I seperate VPS into WebApp/MySQL VPS & separating WebApp projects into Admin/User projects. Is It more secure?

If I want to deploy Laravel WebApp using MySQL DB on VPS like DigitalOcean, Vultr or similar platforms, should I separate VPS into WebApp VPS & MySQL VPS? Is it more secure?

And what if I separate Laravel project into AdminProject and UserProject but use same MySQL DB & VPS. Is it more secure?

## Seperate Google Analytics Properties On Subdomains

I’ve created three websites on one root domain and two subdomains. In Google Analytics I’ve created three properties and each website has a different Google code snippet.

Do I need to make any configuration changes to the Google Analytics properties for this to work properly? Is there a reporting issue when visitors go between these sites?

Thanks!

## Installing Linix on Seperate Disk From Windows

I have two hard drives in my computer and would like to install Ubuntu 18.04.3 on the second hard drive. I wanted to know if there is any way to install it without leaving my main drive?

## How to use netplan to create two seperate routing tables?

I have an Ubuntu 18.04 host with two network interfaces on two subnets. I would like to set up symmetric routing so that traffic received from one interface is sent symmetrically out that same interface.

I know how to use Netplan for simple network configurations, but I’m stumped for more advanced configurations. Specifically:

1. What is the Netplan syntax to add a default route like I do with ip route add default via 192.168.0.1 dev ens192 tab 1?
2. How can I add a priority tag to a route?

My server has two IPs:

$ip a|grep "inet " inet 127.0.0.1/8 scope host lo inet 192.168.0.10/22 brd 192.168.0.255 scope global ens192 inet 192.168.1.10/24 brd 192.168.1.255 scope global ens224$   

I can use the following ip rules to get the tables that I want:

First, I create a route for each network and then add a default gateway.

$ip route add 192.168.0.0/24 dev ens192 tab 1$   ip route add 192.168.1.0/24 dev ens224 tab 2 $ip route add default via 192.168.0.1 dev ens192 tab 1$   ip route add default via 192.168.1.1 dev ens224 tab 2 

Then, I can create corresponding rules:

$ip rule add from 192.168.0.10/32 tab 1 priority 100$   ip rule add from 192.168.1.10/32 tab 2 priority 200 $ip route flush cache  This gets the routes that I want: $   ip route show tab 1 default via 192.168.0.1 dev ens192 $ip route show tab 2 default via 192.168.1.1 dev ens224$   ip route default via 192.168.0.10 dev ens192 

As well as the rules that I want:

\$   ip rule show 0:      from all lookup local 100:    from 192.168.0.10 lookup 1 200:    from 192.168.1.10 lookup 2 32766:  from all lookup main 32767:  from all lookup default