Hi i am new to gsa I have some question if you know please Tell me

1) Can I create 90+ da Social Profile Backlinks With Gsa Ranker
2) How to set 50+ high da backlinks to be created setting on gsa ranker campaign only have pr option
3) How much backlinks i can created per minutes if i run 700 thread and with high da and quality of all type of backlinks created
4) how much thread i can run on 16 gb ram , 6 core vps
5) How much backlinks i can get per 30 days if quality backlinks only created
6) if i purchased verified gsa ranker list how can i create allot of backlinks
i have checked gsa ranker Tutorials But it have limited videos and don’t much have these info i just asked Please Tell Me If You Know.

What would you tell about HTML 5/JavaScript browser gamedev to somebody who has been in a coma since 2014? [closed]

In 2014, I last attempted to make a browser game with HTML 5 and JS. That’s now 7 years ago. But it feels like 7 weeks, tops.

If this has been the the difference between 1994 and 2001 (instead of between 2014 and 2021), it would’ve felt like two different eras of human history. I have a feeling that not much has changed in the last seven years, however, but please prove me wrong.

One of the major issues I remember having was how bad HTML 5 Audio was. In order to get panning and volume changes, we were forced to rely on an Adobe Flash hack, which essentially made our games require Flash even though they were HTML 5-based except for simply outputting the sound. I assume that this is no longer the case.

To make it clear, I’m talking about "raw" coding in HTML 5 Canvas with plain JavaScript. I’m not talking about using some framework/library to hold my hand. And this is not because I’m such a masterful coder or anything, but simply because I found it more confusing to use any of the existing gamedev libraries at the time, and I suspect this is still the same. Keep in mind that I cannot afford to pay a single dollar, so any payware library (which may be great) is out of the question right from the very start.

Sorry if this is considered "too broad", but what should I know about the current "landscape", and have there been major/fundamental changes in the HTML 5 APIs, Canvas performance, etc.? Since 99.99% of all browsers now use Chrome under the hood, it feels like the "web" is now to be considered "Chrome" in practice. I mean, I don’t even have a Chromium-based browser installed at all. I only have Pale Moon (Firefox fork). I probably will download and test my stuff in NW.js, though, which is using Chromium.

I probably should mention that I was never able to figure out how to use WebGL, and that library (Three.js?) was so badly documented/designed that I could never figure out how to use it. Is the "good old" HTML 5 Canvas still not hardware-accelerated?

How to tell Google to pick the first page instead of 2nd or 3rd page of the listing?

I have a classified website and it has a great traffic. When I google for a specific term that is related to my site I saw that my site appears in search results but google is picking the 5th page of the related category.

eg : https://test.lk/search/all/category1/sub-category1/?page=5

But I want google to pick the first page of my category. Because the first page is the page where the latest listing can be seen.

How to achieve that?

How to tell MMA to transform a number to a factorial,Is there a native function?

I came across the need to transform a number into a factorial n, with positive integer n, I have searched in the MMA information but I can’t find anything like that.

I imagine an input, which verifies that it is a factorial, and if it is, prints the number in its n-form!

if there is no native function any idea how to implement it?

for example

6402373705728000=18!

51090942171709420000 does not correspond to a factorial.

How do you tell if a D&D book is 3.0 or 3.5?

I’m new to d20. I recently acquired a bunch of D&D books and I’m sure they are all either 3.0 or 3.5, but it doesn’t say in the book which version it is. How can I tell which version the book is?

For instance, I have “Complete Warrior – A Player’s Guide to Combat for All Classes”. It’s hard back, published in ’03. Is it 3.0 or 3.5?

Another example, I have “Sword and Fist – A Guidebook to Fighters and Monks”. Perfect Bound, published in ’01. Is it 3.0 or 3.5?