Does anyone know how to make the extra data, about the number of jobs on page, show in google search results?

I have noticed that when I google for jobs for example ‘plumber jobs in Melbourne’ some results have a prepended piece of data ‘407 jobs’ before the normal meta description is shown.

example of search result

Anyone know what seek has done to get this data shown in google search results?

Why does Chrome show 304 in Response Headers section but 200 in Status code?

Might be a silly question, but I haven’t found any clear answer yet. Why does Chrome show 304 in Response Headers section but 200 in Status code? Why doesn’t it show 304 in Status code (BTW, that is NOT 200 memory cache.)?

If it shows 200 I can’t know it is actually 304 without looking into request detail.

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Compared to Firefox (the same request), 304 in status code.

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Show that NP∩coNP =∅

I know that P is a subset of NP, but I’m not sure what this tells me about P as it relates to coNP? I feel like this is how I should go about proving it, but I’m not sure how. Otherwise, I could find a language that is in both NP and coNP, but I’m not sure how to prove any examples of that.

I know that I can prove L and L complement both exists in P and therefore NP, but I don’t know how to relate this to coNP.

show that this decidable set $C$ exists

I came across this problem which says that given disjoint sets $ A$ and $ B$ s.t $ \bar{A}$ and $ \bar{B}$ are both computably enumerable (c.e.), there exists a decidable set $ C$ s.t. $ A \subseteq C$ and $ A \cap B = \emptyset$ .

I tried out an attempt, but there’s a part of the attempt of which am not so sure… So here’s my attempt:

Since both $ \bar{A}$ and $ \bar{B}$ are c.e. and the fact that $ A$ and $ B$ are disjoint, we have $ \bar{A}-\bar{B}=B$ . We claim that $ B$ is also c.e. (and this is the part which am not sure of). To show that $ \bar{A}-\bar{B}=B$ is c.e., we can have this enumerator $ E$ for $ \bar{A}-\bar{B}$ :

$ E$ : ignore any input

enumerate words $ \{s_1,s_2,s_3,…,s_k\} \in \Sigma^*$ lexicographically from $ k=1$ to $ \infty$

run recognizer $ M_{\bar{A}}$ on input words $ \{s_1,s_2,s_3,…,s_k\}$ for $ k$ steps

run recognizer $ M_{\bar{B}}$ on input words $ \{s_1,s_2,s_3,…,s_k\}$ for $ k$ steps

if both $ M_{\bar{A}}$ and $ M_{\bar{B}}$ accept an input word $ s \in \{s_1,s_2,s_3,…,s_k\}$ , print $ s$

Assuming that $ E$ correctly enumerates $ \bar{A}-\bar{B}$ , since $ B=\bar{A}-\bar{B}$ , we have that $ B$ is c.e.. Since both $ B$ and $ \bar{B}$ are c.e., it follows that $ B$ is decidable.

So to construct $ C$ , we can just set $ \bar{B}=C$ . It follows that $ A \subseteq C$ and $ C$ is decidable.

Is this attempt correct or am I missing something?

Using Patator Brute Force module how can I get the output to show only on success

I have the following command:

patator ssh_login host=<ip> port=<port> user=<user> password=FILE0 0=<path to pwdlist>  

I would like to output the success result only and not output all lines.

My first attempt was:

patator ssh_login host=<ip> port=<port> user=<user> password=FILE0 0=<path to pwdlist> | grep "INFO - 0"  

but that didn’t work.

Can anyone assist.

Show only the products and orders of the current user – woocomerce

I am new to woocommerce and I have an online store, my store has several user roles, one of these roles is the provider role, and I want that when I log in a user with a supplier profile can only see their products and the orders of their products

and seen the wp-vendors plugin but I don’t want to use this pligin

Website doesn’t show first when looking for the exact domain name

I need a website to have good results when looking for the domain name.

A quick rundown of my research results :

Searching for -> Results

“le-petit-pois.fr” -> “lepetitpois.fr”, which is another website.

http://le-petit-pois“->”lepetitpois.fr”

https://le-petit-pois“>”le-petit-pois.fr” (finally the good website)

Seeing that “petit pois” (green beans) is a pretty wide term in French, I focused the SEO on “petit pois+location”. The website is pretty new and I made adjustment to the SEO so that the website would be better ranked for searching the domain.

Weird thing is 2 domains are registered for the website and one is just a redirection. When searching for “le-fraisier.fr” (only redirection on this), it shows the good website as well.

What solution other than putting more value to the domain name in the SEO would be valuable?

How did (in particular) Americans just go along with the concept of having to own and show “photo id” everywhere? [closed]

I remember hearing or seeing a documentary or something a “long” time ago, likely in the early 2000s, about how a lot of Americans (USAians) refused to show an “id” even when voting, where it might possibly be justified to demand some form of identification in order to prevent duplicate votes (if you believe in the concept of democracy in the first place, which is not on-topic for this question).

I also know for a fact that they never had to show IDs to board cruise ships and stuff, for the longest time.

Nowadays, you have to scan and send a photo id to many sites or services online, you can’t as much as collect a package at the post office (pre-paid, with the notification number with you) where I live (Europe), and you’d never be allowed to board any kind of ship or airplane or anything like that without them “verifying” exactly who you are. This seems to very much go for Americans as well.

They even have “facial recognition” and hi-tech x-rays showing you fully naked to the personnel and whoever gets access to their computer systems (massive leaks happen every day).

I wonder: how did this happen without anyone putting up any kind of fight? I could really, really use a vacation for the first time in my life, and it would be interesting to go on one of those huge cruise ships, but given that they not only charge through the nose for it, but demand that I show them photo id to board it (not just my ticket), it’s an impossibility to me.

I literally don’t own a photo id, and getting one would involve having to go to some government building and all kinds of scary (to me) stuff. It’s way more than not wanting to be tracked, which in itself should be enough as a reason for not playing along with this. I feel fundamentally violated having to “prove who I am”. I just have zero interest in doing so. I’m violently disinterested in being tracked by anyone, for any reason, anywhere.

So how did Americans, who traditionally have been extremely “freedom-loving”, just go along with this? I’m furious and steaming from just thinking about this, and I live in the “merry old oppressive Europe”… I can only imagine how many Americans must feel completely “trapped” wherever they live because everything requires you to have these photo ids.