dnd 5e – Do the pushing effects of the Battle Master fighter’s Pushing Attack maneuver and the Swords bard’s Mobile Flourish stack on the same attack?

These would stack.

The Dungeon Master’s Guide contains a rule for combining game effects (p. 252; emphasis mine):

Different game features can affect a target at the same time. But when two or more game features have the same name, only the effects of one of them—the most potent one—apply while the durations of the effects overlap. (…) Game features include spells, class features, feats, racial traits, monster abilities, and magic items.

Because the Battle Master fighter’s Pushing Attack maneuver from the Combat Superiority feature (PHB, p. 73-74) and the College of Swords bard’s Mobile Flourish from the Blade Flourish feature (XGtE, p. 15) are different features with different names, they are not subject to the “most potent effect only” rule. As the DMG states, different game features can affect a target at the same time, so the effects of Pushing Attack and Mobile Flourish would stack.

Mobile Usability issues reported by Google Search Consol

Today I received the following email from Search Console regarding the bilinual website homepage. When I check the Search Console there is no hint how this can be fixed. Any hint of how this can be fixed? Is there any online tool that can point to the element (css rule, html tag) that caused these issues?

Search Console has identified that your site is affected by 3 Mobile Usability issues:

Top Issues

The following issues were found on your site:

Clickable elements too close together

Content wider than screen

Text too small to read

We recommend that you fix these issues when possible to enable the best experience and coverage in Google Search.

Who is a good provider for mobile internet in Switzerland?

Background:

  • I plan to travel to Lötschental in Switzerland for a few weeks and would like to have mobile internet for my laptop
    • (and optimally also for the phone – but this has lower priority).
  • I am from Germany.
  • My laptop does have a sim card slot. I havent tried it yet, but i would assume that i can use it.
  • My minimum requirement would be 10gb bandwith with sthg along 5mb/s download speed. Optimally, it would be a flatrate.

My research so far:

As far as i understand i cant buy a sim card for the phone if I am not Swiss. (I was told so when i was in Interlaken).
Currently, the best option i found is: https://digitalrepublic.ch/en/privatkunden-usecases/laptop/. It seems they offer a sim card

Even lower bandwith seems reasonable:

Flat 10 with 10 Mbits download and 5 Mbits upload is sufficient. If
you need to send larger amounts of data in a short time, we recommend
using the next higher data package Flat 50 with 50 Mbits download and
25 Mbits upload

Coverage can be checked here: https://www.sunrise.ch/de/privatkunden/mobil-abos/mobilnetz/netzabdeckung/netzabdeckungskarte.html. It seems that my target valley (Lötschental) does have coverage.

Question:

Does someone has experience with mobile internet in Switzerland as a foreigner and hints for me which product to purchase?

javascript – Why does the button are not adjusting on mobile screen?

i am currently working on a webpage of mine for my mother students and i am struggling in this one, which is when i open it on the mobile the button are not adjusting , everything are adjusting except for the buttons they are overlapping each other.
and also im new on web developing

here is the backend of the button on my index


                    <a target="_blank" href="#" class="button" id="but0">Online Regulations
                        <p id="settings-note">*Download here</p></a>
            
                    <a target="_blank" href="https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdZ5dzDCllrRvxbugJOvGCzka4T92vBmaNizDaIVY6uYSzGVQ/viewform?usp=sf_link"
                       class="button" id="but1">Attendance
                        <p id="settings-note">*Link here</p>

                    <a target="_blank" href="#"  class="button" id="but2">Schedules
                        <p id="settings-note">*Download here</p></a>

and here’s the css

.button{
  display: inline-block;
  background-color: var(--first-color);
  text-align:center;
  color: #fff;
  padding: .75rem 2.5rem;
  font-weight: var(--font-semi);
  border-radius: .5rem;




}




#but0{
  display: inline-block;
  background-color: var(--first-color);
  text-align:center;
  color: #fff;
  padding: .75rem 2.5rem;
  font-weight: var(--font-semi);
  border-radius: .5rem;



}

#but1{
  display: inline-block;
  background-color: var(--first-color);
  text-align:center;
  position:absolute; right: 42%;

  color: #fff;
  padding: .75rem 2.5rem;
  font-weight: var(--font-semi);
  border-radius: .5rem;



}

#but2{
  display: inline-block;
  background-color: var(--first-color);
  text-align:center;
  position: absolute; right: 10%;
  color: #fff;
  padding: .75rem 2.5rem;
  font-weight: var(--font-semi);
  border-radius: .5rem;



}

and finally here is the javascript

const showMenu = (toggleId, navId) =>{
    const toggle = document.getElementById(toggleId),
    nav = document.getElementById(navId)

    if(toggle && nav){
        toggle.addEventListener('click', ()=>{
            nav.classList.toggle('show')
        })
    }
}
showMenu('nav-toggle','nav-menu')

/*===== ACTIVE AND REMOVE MENU =====*/
const navLink = document.querySelectorAll('.nav__link');   

function linkAction(){
  /*Active link*/
  navLink.forEach(n => n.classList.remove('active'));
  this.classList.add('active');
  
  /*Remove menu mobile*/
  const navMenu = document.getElementById('nav-menu')
  navMenu.classList.remove('show')
}
navLink.forEach(n => n.addEventListener('click', linkAction));

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Facebook not allowing logout on mobile

I have Facebook app installed on 2 Android mobile devices, and in both cases, I’m unable to logout. The menu bar that allows me to access the dropdown menu to logout, shows a blank screen.I have attempted all the suggestions about clearing the browser cache, etc., and I’ve even uninstalled and reinstalled the app, to no avail.

mobile – Can Someone hack your phone?

Is it possible for someone to hack your phone and be able to receive replies from websites, but it still show up as your IP address’?

For instance, over time, can someone access websites etc through your phone, and get the replies back from websites but make it look as though it’s coming from your phone? (Your data connection/WiFi)

navigation – Has user testing found that the “three horizontal bars” for main menu on mobile is commonly understood?

James Foster of Exis Web did an interesting A/B test on the hamburger icon:

Tests on mobile showed a difference, though not all that significant, when the icon was used with a border (so it looks like a button):

enter image description here

Perhaps more interestingly, the A/B test seemed to more clearly indicate that desktop users don’t understand the icon:

I tested 4 variations of the content inside a blue button:

(Baseline) The word “MENU”
The word “MORE”
Hamburger icon + “MENU”
Hamburger icon + “MORE”
The results were far more significant.

Tests 2, 3, and 4 performed far worse (18%, 31%, and 43% worse respectively).

And interestingly, the icon + label performed worse than just the label (which is usually pretty easy to integrate into a desktop page/app). So it would appear for mobile the icon works serviceably, as long as it looks like a button, and on desktop it’s best to not use it at all.

James Foster then conducted a second AB test, this time looking at how the hamburger menu tests when used in combination with the word MENU and with a button border and combinations thereof.

enter image description here

Based on this and my previous AB test, a flat hamburger icon may not be ideal on a responsive website (remember this is a website not an app). Using the word MENU (and making it look like a button) could be more helpful for visitors.

This does not mean that users do not understand the hamburger/sandwich – it could be that the word MENU draws more attention.

This also supports findings recently published by NNGroup

Clear labels help users make decisions faster: they give good information scent about what will come next. Labels should still be used for newer icons, such as the three-line menu icon (or “hamburger” icon)…

…Users are still unfamiliar with newer icons, including the three-line menu icon

mobile – TalkBack/VoiceOver: Is it better to have no fallback value for accessibilityLabel of image or say ‘image’?

If for some reason ‘accessibilityLabel’ does not get specified on an image component would it be better to at least default to accessibilityLabel=’image’ or just not have any accessibilityLabel?

Trying it out with TalkBack on Android it feels like having a fallback value of plain “accessibilityLabel=image” is a better experience.