Does the Aberrant Mind Sorcerer Subclass’ Warping Implosion Ability Affect the User?

For the Aberrant Mind sorcerer origin, it’s lv 18 ability, Warping Implosion, reads as follows:

You can unleash your aberrant power as a space-warping anomaly. As an action, you can teleport to an unoccupied space you can see within 120 feet of you. Immediately after you disappear, each creature within 30 feet of the space you left must make a Strength saving throw. On a failed save, a creature takes 3d10 force damage and is pulled straight toward the space you left, ending in an unoccupied space as close to your former space as possible. On a successful save, the creature takes half as much damage and isn’t pulled.

So, if you teleport to within 30 feet of where you were before, do you need to make a saving throw and potentially take damage and get sucked closer? I can see this playing out one of two ways

  1. Since the saving throws are made right after you disappear, you haven’t reappeared yet and are thus unaffected

  2. Since it is teleportation, the moment you disappear you also reappear in your new location and thus would be affected

how to send user email confirmation without register the user

I want the new user on resgistration to receive a confirmation email, and only after confirm the email can get access to the login area, not before.

I had made a custom form, a new table to store the info, send the email of validation, in the meanwhile the user is only with his info on a custom table on the database, only after the email validation, this means the user click the custom email link and a new window is open on the website congratulating him for the new registration and email validation, and the user gets registrated, already log on and goes to the home page. in the backend wordpress validates the key generated and returned by the user, regist the user and delete the info from the custom email confirmation table. ok, this is all done and working fine. eheh.

My question is is there any wordpress function to do the same, because I dont know any.

how to make email optional while user registration using default wordpress form

I wonder if there is any way to make email an optional field while registering using default form. So that those who don’t know mail may leave it blank.

I got code from stackexchange but that doesn’t seems to work.I added code to functions.php under theme folder.

add_action('user_profile_update_errors', 'my_user_profile_update_errors', 10, 3); function my_user_profile_update_errors($  errors, $  update, $  user) {     $  errors->remove('empty_email'); }  add_action('user_new_form', 'my_user_new_form', 10, 1); add_action('show_user_profile', 'my_user_new_form', 10, 1); add_action('edit_user_profile', 'my_user_new_form', 10, 1); function my_user_new_form($  form_type) {     ?>     <script type="text/javascript">     jQuery('#email').closest('tr').removeClass('form-required').find('.description').remove();      <?php if (isset($  form_type) && $  form_type === 'add-new-user') : ?>         jQuery ('#send_user_notification') .removeAttr('checked');     <?php endif; ?>     </script>     <?php } 

Any help is appreciated.Thanks in advance

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how to display count of total posts and for every category and having possibility to filter between dates and user

Hello i use simple plugin that count numbers of posts for every category and total but i was stuck in how to display count of posts between to dates and with authors.

<div class="wrap posts-and-users-stats">      <nav class="nav-tab-wrapper">         <?php echo "<h2> Nombres des articles </h2>" ?>      </nav>      <section>         <?php     $  categories = get_categories( array(     'orderby' => 'name',     'order'   => 'ASC' ) );           <table id="table-<?php echo esc_attr($  taxonomy); ?>" class="wp-list-table widefat">                         <tbody>                 <?php foreach ($  categories as $  category) { ?>                     <tr>                         <td><?php echo esc_html($  category->name ); ?></td>                         <td class="number"><?php echo esc_html($  category->count); ?></td>                     <?php } ?>                     </tr>             </tbody>                  </table>     </section>   </div> 

this the code i used for filter

<form method="post">             From : <input type="date" name="from">             To : <input type="date" name="to">             User :<?php wp_dropdown_users($  args); ?>             Catégories :<?php wp_dropdown_categories($  args); ?>             <input type="submit" name="submitbtn">         </form>     <?php          $  from = $  _POST['from'];     $  to = $  _POST['to'];     $  user = $  _POST['user'];     $  category = $  _POST['categories'];     print "From" . $  from . "\n";     print "To" . $  to . "\n";     print "User" . $  user . "\n"; 

Solution for a large amount of user logins [closed]

I’m looking to build a site for a friend but it has to support user logins (with custom roles) in the thousands and this is where I’m stuck.

I’m looking to make it a static site hosted on netlify and netlify has an identity service that lets you have 1000 user accounts with roles in the free version and a bit more but at a big price jump of $ 99/month.

I also looked at auth0 because it offers 7k user accounts for the free tier but no custom roles and in order to get custom roles you need to upgrade to the next tier which actually cuts down the amount of accounts you can have to 1k.

I’m not sure how else to handle this many user accounts without a hefty price. I could maybe host a database on a cheap server but I feel like costs might get out of control with that as well.

Redirect user after profile update with a message

I have been working on a website based on woocommerce and have removed the default dashboard on the my account page. But when users update their email id or change their password, it still goes to the dashboard with a message.

  1. I want to redirect users to the same profile page with a message saying "profile updated" when they change their email id.
  2. Redirect users to the login page after changing their password because changing password logs them out. Could you guys help me out?

For time being I tried using the following code to redirect to the home page for the both actions but I get a syntax error while placing the order.

function redirect_me(){   wp_redirect(home_url('/'));   exit; } 

I am a designer with less knowledge about coding. Could you guys help me out here?

how to know when the user is in specific part of the website and when he leaves that part and display the data in the admin dashboard

I want to display for the admin when a user visits a page and when he leaves that page

the page is for example test.test/my-dashboard. and it’s only available for the logged in users. the admin knows to know the time when the user is in that page and the time the user leaves that page.

thanks in advance and excuse my language.