Post views counter being cached by litespeed cache plugin

I use post views counter in amp page using this code: do_shortcode('(post-views)');

Problem is: litespeed cache plugin cached it. I read this documentation.

So I tried use do_shortcode('(esi post-views)');

It’s not working?

Can anyone tell me how can I achieve this?

Thank you.

Does the film counter point to the number of photos taken so far, or after this current shot?

I know this is a dumb question, but I recently inherited my first film camera, a Rollei B35. After loading the film, I had to fire the shutter a couple times to get the film counter in the window to “1”.

What wasn’t clear to me at that point however, is whether the numeral 1 denotes that a capture has already been taken, or whether it is telling me that I am about to take the first photograph.

Top view of Rollei B35 with film counter pointing to the numeral 6

dnd 5e – Does the Devil’s Sight eldritch invocation counter the Blinded condition?

No, you must be able to see to be able to see normally in darkness.

The blinded condition says:

A blinded creature can’t see and automatically fails any ability check that requires sight.

If devil’s sight granted conditional immunity to the blindness condition, it would say so. As written, Devil’s Sight improves sight; if you are blind, there is no sight to improve.

In answering a similar question about truesight, nitsua60 writes:

The only thing Truesight does in this case is magnify the ability that was lost to blindness:

Truesight enhances one’s ability to see: through magical darkness, invisibility, illusions, shapechanges, and into the Ethereal (PHB p.185).

But the blindness condition now says “you can’t see. The sight through illusions, darkness, &c. which you so enjoyed just a moment ago, you don’t have anymore (PHB p.290, paraphrased).”

In similar fashion, Devil’s Sight only improves that sense which is lost entirely to blindness.

dnd 5e – Does Devil’s Sight counter the Blinded condition in D&D 5e?

No, you must be able to see to be able to see normally in darkness.

The blinded condition says:

A blinded creature can’t see and automatically fails any ability check that requires sight.

If devil’s sight granted conditional immunity to the blindness condition, it would say so. As written, Devil’s Sight improves sight; if you are blind, there is no sight to improve.

In answering a similar question about truesight, nitsua60 writes:

The only thing Truesight does in this case is magnify the ability that was lost to blindness:

Truesight enhances one’s ability to see: through magical darkness, invisibility, illusions, shapechanges, and into the Ethereal (PHB p.185).

But the blindness condition now says “you can’t see. The sight through illusions, darkness, &c. which you so enjoyed just a moment ago, you don’t have anymore (PHB p.290, paraphrased).”

In similar fashion, Devil’s Sight only improves that sense which is lost entirely to blindness.

python – How to do a while loop with counter

I want to make this clean and shorter and I was wondering how I can do it? While loop would be best but how do i implement it?

if line.startswith('ACME'):
        if counter == 2:
            compname, value = line.split('(')
            value = float(value(0:-14))
            products(f'{compname}') = value
        if counter == 3:
            compname, value = line.split('(')
            value = float(value(0:-14))
            products(f'{compname}') = value 
        if counter == 4:
            compname, value = line.split('(')
            value = float(value(0:-14))
            products(f'{compname}') = value
        if counter == 5:
            compname, value = line.split('(')
            value = float(value(0:-14))
            products(f'{compname}') = value 

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transaction – “all conflict serializable schedules are recoverable” why? i have counter example below

I’m finding the statement that all conflict serializable schedules are recoverable, but none of them are explaining why. Here is an example which i feel violates the above stmt:

Schedule of Txn1 and Txn2: R1(X),W1(X),R2(X),W2(X),T2-COMMIT,T1-COMMIT

Here, txn2 is doing a dirty read, and committing before the txn1, therefore this schedule is non recoverable. But clearly this is a conflict serializable schedule, in fact it is a normal serial schedule. Am i going wrong somewhere? Please help

8 – How do I create a loop with counter?

I am using a rule to create a record in a table. I want to create more than one record, and want to have a loop that runs dependent on a value provided in a webform Qty field. I can see Loops for views and others, but I don’t understand how to create a loop (x) or if/then statement. Can someone gin up an example or describe a method I can use?

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In Business Rules, How to create a loop with counter?

I am using a rule to create a record in a table. I want to create more than one record, and want to have a loop that runs dependent on a value provided in a webform Qty field. I can see Loops for views and others, but I don’t understand how to create a loop (x) or if /then statement. Can someone gin up an example or describe a method I can use?
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ecommerce – Alibaba IP – Reject Counter notification

Just wondering if anyone else has not been able to “reject a counter notice” on Alibaba.com IP facility, because there is no button available.
The handbook states it is there, nice pictures show it as being there, but not for me.
Alibaba are not quick at responding to email

what are the best counter measures against reverse engineering of firmware?

How can I best prevent, that critical commandos (e.g. open garage door) from an IoT device are being reverse engineered from the firmware? Is the following list complete / do you spot any errors? Any comments?

  • Encrypt firmware patches for the device, that are available for download – cost: little – security: high
  • activate the fuse lock bit on the device – cost: none – security: ?
  • code obfuscation – cost: little – security: little
  • HDD encryption – cost: medium – security: high
  • (AES) encryption of data (device commands) at rest – cost: little – security: high
  • JTAG fuse – cost: medium – security: high – con: device isn’t updatable anymore
  • JTAG password – cost: low – security: ?
  • hiding UART interface on the PCB – cost: medium – security: low