plugins – Exporting post content from wordpress using WP All Export and wpautop() php function to include paragraph tags

I have exported my post content from wordpress using WP All Export plugin https://wordpress.org/plugins/wp-all-export/, however the content of my posts has been exported as HTML but is missing paragraph tags causing all the text to run together when I import it to my new website.

I have read this guide: https://www.wpallimport.com/documentation/export/pass-data-through-php-functions/

And would like to apply the solution described here: https://codelight.eu/exporting-wordpress-posts-and-pages-with-paragraph-tags-included/ when exporting the Content field.

However, my knowledge of PHP is poor at best.

Below is a screenshot of what I believe I need to do. Will this work? I can’t test it as I don’t yet have the full version of the plugin yet and I don’t want to waste money purchasing the full version of WP All Export yet in case this won’t work.

I don’t want to use this solution as I need to leave the existing wordpress website as is. How do I add paragraph tags to all of my posts after relying on wpauto? – but what I do want to do is what this post suggests at the end: “apply the autop filter in your export routine”

Can anyone please provide some guidance?

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postgresql – How to filter multiple many to many relationship based on multiple tags?

I've a scheme of two main tables: problem and tag and a relation (which is a many to many connector) table: problem_tags which excerpt of them is like:

Problem table:

----+------------------------------------+--------
 id |                name                | rating 
----+------------------------------------+--------
  1 | Special Permutation                |   1600
  2 | Binary String Reconstruction       |   1500
  3 | Special Elements                   |   1500
  4 | Alice, Bob and Candies             |   1300
  5 | K-th Not Divisible by n            |   1200
  6 | Same Parity Summands               |   1200
  7 | Sum of Round Numbers               |    800
  8 | Skier                              |   1400
  9 | Square?                            |    900

Tag table:

 id |           name            
----+---------------------------
  1 | constructive algorithms
  2 | dfs and similar
  3 | math
  4 | brute force
  5 | implementation
  6 | two pointers
  7 | binary search
  8 | data structures

Problem tags table:

 problem_id | tag_id 
------------+--------
          1 |      1
          2 |      1
          2 |      2
          2 |      3
          3 |      4
          3 |      5
          3 |      6
          4 |      5
          5 |      3
          5 |      7

My question is how can I filter out problems based on multiple tags, i.e. all problems that are tagged math and binary search and brute force; or all problems that are tagged math but not constructive algorithms; or for a more complex one all problems that are only tagged with math and implementation and nothing else?

Currently I've come up with something like this:

  1. Find all problem's ids that are tagged math (joining tag and problem_tags table)
  2. Find all problem's ids that are tagged binary search
  3. Find all problem's ids that are tagged brute force
  4. Get intersection of all above ids
  5. Select problems where their ids is in the above intersection

But my solution lacks when it reaches the second example (only tagged with selected tags) and I think it's not the most optimal and SQL-ish way for doing it.

Is there a security option on Linux servers that stops the submission of certain HTML tags in forms

One of our client’s websites has started showing some strange behaviour. When a <form> tag is submitted on a form, the POST method seems to refuse to accept it. It produces the following error…

You don’t have permission to access this resource.

At first I thought it might have something to do with the TinyMCE editor on the form, but when I use non-accepted tags within TinyMCE it simply converts them to <p> tags. Also, if it was a TinyMCE issue that wouldn’t explain why this change suddenly happened recently.

We also have a duplicate of this site running on our local server here, and it works fine.

Is this something that a mod_security update may have caused?

If anyone has any ideas that would be much appreciated.

UPDATE

I ran phpinfo(); and there was no mention of mod_security. I also tried adding the following in my .htaccess file as recommended by several people in this SO question…

<IfModule mod_security.c>
  SecFilterEngine Off
  SecFilterScanPOST Off
</IfModule>

… but it didn’t have any effect, which isn’t surprising since mod_security doesn’t seem to be turned on.

What SEO benefits do WordPress Tags offer that Categories do not already offer?

I am in the process of putting together a Personal Blog, powered by WordPress, where I am trying to plan out how I will be looking to integrate the Category and Tag Taxonomies.

Although I have been running many WordPress websites for quite some time now, I have never really given Tags much attention. Instead, I have organised all content solely into Categories. In short, I simply do not see how Tags provide any substantial value that Categories do not already offer (and more). Not without losing greater value, elsewhere, anyway.

Furthermore, I have yet to come across any credible evidence that supports any of the endless praises often attributed to Tags. I am just wondering if I am seriously overlooking something here or whether Tags are simply gimmicky, where many people have just gone along with it, for fear of looking silly if they go against the popular belief.

Categories v Tags: The Technical Differences

There is much debate over how Categories and Tags differ, especially when SERPs are involved. Given the often lack of credible evidence, I feel such debates are usually opinion driven. I would go as far to say that much of what I read online, is recycled material littered with the same cliches.

What cannot be argued with, are the following technical differences:

  • Categories are Hierarchical while Tags are not.
  • Categories and Tags have their own Archive Template Files.
  • Default Category Permalink: www.example.com/category/category-name/.
  • Default Tag Permalink: www.example.com/tag/tag-name/.
  • Unlike Categories, Tags can be presented as a ‘Tag Cloud’.

Of course, there are many more technical differences but the above does cover the basics. I feel it is important to highlight my awareness of the technical differences between Categories and Tags, since it is the technical differences that are often referred to rather than providing any insights into any substantial SEO beneficiary differences.

General Viewpoints

When discussing Categories and Tags, the advice is typically as follows:

  • Categories: Consider these as the Table of Contents, in a Book. They should cover broad Topics and should rank in Search Results.
  • Tags: Consider these as the Index, at the back of the Book. They should cover niche terms, which are explored on the page, and should be rel=noindex as to prevent duplicate content issues caused by the Tag Archive pages.

I have no problems in understanding the Table of Contents and Index analogy. On the surface, that makes sense. With that being said, I do have the following queries:

  • Overkill: Unlike Tags, Categories are a necessity. Let’s say we have a Category entitled ‘Movies’, why would I then have a Tag for each Cast Member? Why not simply assign the Cast Member its own Category?
  • Duplicate Content: I understand that a Tag Archive Page will simply pull a mixture of content that already appears in a variety of Categories but why is it generally accepted to rel=noindex a Tag Archive page, so that it does not appear in search results? Firstly, if it is considered duplicate content, then why have the Tag Archive at all? Secondly, when did Tag Archives become duplicate content anyway? Again, lets assume we have a Tag Archive for a Cast Member. What other Category Page will this Tag Archive be a duplicate of? Sure, the Tag Archive Page will pull a handful of content that already exists elsewhere but the Tag Archive will be unique in that the content will be specific to the Cast Member. We can further reduce its similarities by entering a unique introduction in the template as well as various other unique ‘signals’. Either way, what is the Tag offering here that a Category page does not already offer?
  • Co-Citation and Co-Occurrence: Many resources have suggested that Tags help to provide context for a page. Just like Back links. Whilst I agree on this matter, the reality is that this is something that Categories can do anyway. Thus raising the same question on what do Tags offer that is not already being offered by Categories?
  • Bounce Rate: I have come across many articles that state that Tags help to prevent Bounce Rates. It is achieved by giving visitors a link to something that they may find of interest. Again, I can see how that may work but I would ask … If such a Tag page would be of potential interest to a visitor, why is the general consensus to rel=noindex the Tag Archive page? Surely such a page of interest would be worthy of being ranked?

Conclusion

Personally, I do not see any real value in Tags. Especially, any value that cannot be already achieved via Categories. I just feel they are a little gimmicky and are being used for the sake of it. Of course, that is not to say Tags do not provide any value. I could be over looking something here.

As such, I would welcome any responses that explains the true SEO value that Tags offer. By true SEO value, I mean insights that go beyond the observational technical comparisons. So if Tags allow you to Micro Niche content, how does this help with SEO in a way that a Micro Niche Category page would not? If ‘Micro Niching’ provides SEO benefits, then why rel=noindex such a Tag Archive Page?

Any directions to credible evidence, that supports the various praises placed upon Tags, would also be grateful.

Hash Tags Work :)

He lived in Los Angeles and was doing notary public work. At that time I created a fan page on Facebook. I made a lot of hash tags and to this day I still get 100 visits per day.

Anyway, I now have a new fan page for my freelance work / services. Does anyone know where I can find the hot hash tags that people are looking for?

html: lack of screen limits in p and h1 tags

Goodnight.
By typing text in the p tag, the text, instead of being proportional to the screen, advances forever (right side of the screen).
I'm new to web development, so I'm learning almost alone. I think it is a CSS problem.
Thanks for your attention 🙂

HTML:

 

Batatas


aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa

Css:

.info {
relative position;
align text: center;
left margin: 20 px;
right margin: 20px;
padding: 20px;

}
.Title {
Font family: fine style;
color: # 222222;
font size: 80px;
bottom fill: 30px;

}
.text_info {

font-family: Bahnschrift;
color: #222222;
font-size: 30px;

}

google analytics: the debug console selects the GTM event in the data layer, but does not fire the tags

I am working on the maisonfribourg.ch website which was developed using serious.

I am trying to track form submissions using GTM.
In the attached image, you will see a blue button, when clicking a pop-up window appears: Screenshot showing the .

The developer says that the site is using dataLayer.push to include the following elements in the data layer:
requestFile: open
requestFile: sent

These elements track the opening and sending of a contact form, respectively.
I'll start by describing how I'm trying to track the OPENING of the form.
I want to track both actions using GTM, I created a variable called & # 39; requestFile & # 39; so that GTM knows that this is an article that interests me.
Variables and triggers I created

I created a trigger, based on a custom event
Finally, I created a label for it
Here is an image of the final result
The debug console shows that the custom event is being sent to the data layer

So I think the debug console shows that there is a data layer element, but somehow no tags are triggered, not even the one from Universal Analytics.

What am I missing? Have I configured something wrong?

Thank you in advance for your help

Applications – Strange location of Android manifest file Tags

I've started reading about the AndroidManifest.xml file and the network_security_config.xml.
So if I want to include the network_security_config.xml so I use this:

android:networkSecurityConfig="@path/to/config"

Yesterday I reversed an APK and inspected the AndroidManifest.xml.
The path of the file to network_security_config.xml is /res/xml so if I think about it, the Camino in the AndroidManifest.xml It should look like this:

android:networkSecurityConfig="@res/xml/network_security_config"

instead I have found this:

    android:networkSecurityConfig="@7F140000"

What does this number mean and how is it constructed? Is this some kind of obfuscation? If not: what is it used for?

Best regards,
Tyr

tags: pyqt5 in python Socks don't work and error crashes.

The error goes up as soon as I try to send send Meaasege to the bread,
The task is to send a message through the filled fields.
And it shows sent and received messages in the list view window.

from PyQt5 import QtWidgets
from mydes import Ui_Form  # импорт нашего сгенерированного файла
from PyQt5.QtCore import pyqtSignal, QObject
import sys
import socket
import socks
import requests
import time
def log_uncaught_exceptions(ex_cls, ex, tb):
    text = '{}: {}:n'.format(ex_cls.__name__, ex)
    import traceback
    text += ''.join(traceback.format_tb(tb))

    print(text)

sys.excepthook = log_uncaught_exceptions

class mywindow(QtWidgets.QMainWindow):
    def __init__(self):
        super(mywindow, self).__init__()
        super().__init__()
        self.ui = Ui_Form()
        self.ui.setupUi(self)

        self.ui.BUTTONpush.clicked.connect(self.btnClicked)

        self.ui.ProxyInput.textChanged.connect(self.text_proxy)                          # +++
        self.proxy = self.ui.ProxyInput.text()

        self.ui.PortInput.textChanged.connect(self.text_port)                          # +++
        self.port = self.ui.PortInput.text()

        self.ui.TokenInput.textChanged.connect(self.text_token)                          # +++
        self.token = self.ui.TokenInput.text()

        self.ui.ChatInput.textChanged.connect(self.text_chatid)                          # +++
        self.chatid = self.ui.ChatInput.text()

    def text_proxy(self, text):                                                         # +++
        self.proxy = text
        print(self.proxy, text) 
    def text_port(self, text):                                                         # +++
        self.port = text
        print(self.port)
    def text_token(self, text):                                                         # +++
        self.token = text
        print(self.token)
    def text_chatid(self, text):                                                         # +++
        self.chatid = text
        print(self.chatid)

        self.ui.EnterText.textChanged.connect(self.text_changed)                          # +++
        self.text = self.ui.EnterText.text()

    def text_changed(self, text):                                                         # +++
        self.text = text
    def btnClicked(self):
        #self.ui.label.setText("Вы нажали на кнопку!")
        # Если не использовать, то часть текста исчезнет.
        #self.ui.label.adjustSize()
        ip = self.ui.ProxyInput.text()# = ip
        port = self.ui.PortInput.text()# = port
        api_token = self.ui.TokenInput.text()# = api_token
        chat_id = self.ui.ChatInput.text()# = chat_id
        textik = self.ui.EnterText.text()
        socks.setdefaultproxy(socks.PROXY_TYPE_SOCKS5, ip, port)
        socket.socket = socks.socksocket


        print('Нажали на кнопку' )
        print(self.ui.EnterText.text(), 'введеный текс')
        h = requests.get(f"https://api.telegram.org/bot{api_token}/sendMessage?chat_id={chat_id}&text={str(textik)}")

        self.ui.EnterText.clear()


    def mostrarFuncion(self):
        minombre = self.EnterText.text()
        micontrasena = self.contrasena.text()
        print("Nombre: " +minombre + " Contrasena: ")
        self.setWindowTitle("Nombre: " +minombre + " Contrasena:")

app = QtWidgets.QApplication(())
application = mywindow()
application.show()

sys.exit(app.exec())

mydes.py

# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-

# Form implementation generated from reading ui file '1.ui'
#
# Created by: PyQt5 UI code generator 5.13.2
#
# WARNING! All changes made in this file will be lost!


from PyQt5 import QtCore, QtGui, QtWidgets


class Ui_Form(object):
    def setupUi(self, Form):
        Form.setObjectName("Form")
        Form.setWindowModality(QtCore.Qt.NonModal)
        Form.setEnabled(True)
        Form.resize(342, 380)
        Form.setMinimumSize(QtCore.QSize(342, 380))
        Form.setMaximumSize(QtCore.QSize(342, 380))
        self.BUTTONpush = QtWidgets.QPushButton(Form)
        self.BUTTONpush.setEnabled(True)
        self.BUTTONpush.setGeometry(QtCore.QRect(0, 350, 341, 31))
        self.BUTTONpush.setObjectName("BUTTONpush")
        self.scrollArea = QtWidgets.QScrollArea(Form)
        self.scrollArea.setEnabled(True)
        self.scrollArea.setGeometry(QtCore.QRect(0, 120, 341, 191))
        self.scrollArea.setWidgetResizable(True)
        self.scrollArea.setObjectName("scrollArea")
        self.scrollAreaWidgetContents = QtWidgets.QWidget()
        self.scrollAreaWidgetContents.setGeometry(QtCore.QRect(0, 0, 339, 189))
        self.scrollAreaWidgetContents.setObjectName("scrollAreaWidgetContents")
        self.listView = QtWidgets.QListView(self.scrollAreaWidgetContents)
        self.listView.setEnabled(True)
        self.listView.setGeometry(QtCore.QRect(0, 0, 341, 191))
        self.listView.setObjectName("listView")
        self.scrollArea.setWidget(self.scrollAreaWidgetContents)
        self.EnterText = QtWidgets.QLineEdit(Form)
        self.EnterText.setEnabled(True)
        self.EnterText.setGeometry(QtCore.QRect(0, 310, 341, 41))
        self.EnterText.setObjectName("EnterText")
        self.textEdit = QtWidgets.QTextEdit(Form)
        self.textEdit.setEnabled(False)
        self.textEdit.setGeometry(QtCore.QRect(0, 0, 341, 31))
        self.textEdit.setObjectName("textEdit")
        self.ProxyInput = QtWidgets.QLineEdit(Form)
        self.ProxyInput.setEnabled(True)
        self.ProxyInput.setGeometry(QtCore.QRect(60, -1, 281, 31))
        self.ProxyInput.setObjectName("ProxyInput")
        self.textEdit_2 = QtWidgets.QTextEdit(Form)
        self.textEdit_2.setEnabled(False)
        self.textEdit_2.setGeometry(QtCore.QRect(0, 30, 341, 31))
        self.textEdit_2.setObjectName("textEdit_2")
        self.PortInput = QtWidgets.QLineEdit(Form)
        self.PortInput.setEnabled(True)
        self.PortInput.setGeometry(QtCore.QRect(60, 30, 281, 31))
        self.PortInput.setObjectName("PortInput")
        self.textEdit_3 = QtWidgets.QTextEdit(Form)
        self.textEdit_3.setEnabled(False)
        self.textEdit_3.setGeometry(QtCore.QRect(0, 60, 341, 31))
        self.textEdit_3.setObjectName("textEdit_3")
        self.TokenInput = QtWidgets.QLineEdit(Form)
        self.TokenInput.setEnabled(True)
        self.TokenInput.setGeometry(QtCore.QRect(60, 60, 281, 31))
        self.TokenInput.setObjectName("TokenInput")
        self.textEdit_4 = QtWidgets.QTextEdit(Form)
        self.textEdit_4.setEnabled(False)
        self.textEdit_4.setGeometry(QtCore.QRect(0, 90, 341, 31))
        self.textEdit_4.setObjectName("textEdit_4")
        self.ChatInput = QtWidgets.QLineEdit(Form)
        self.ChatInput.setEnabled(True)
        self.ChatInput.setGeometry(QtCore.QRect(60, 90, 281, 31))
        self.ChatInput.setObjectName("ChatInput")

        self.retranslateUi(Form)
        self.BUTTONpush.clicked.connect(self.EnterText.clear)
        QtCore.QMetaObject.connectSlotsByName(Form)

    def retranslateUi(self, Form):
        _translate = QtCore.QCoreApplication.translate
        Form.setWindowTitle(_translate("Form", "Chat telegram"))
        Form.setToolTip(_translate("Form", "

vd

")) self.BUTTONpush.setText(_translate("Form", "Send Message")) self.EnterText.setText(_translate("Form", "text")) self.textEdit.setHtml(_translate("Form", "n" "n" "

Proxy

")) self.ProxyInput.setText(_translate("Form", "127.0.0.1")) self.textEdit_2.setHtml(_translate("Form", "n" "n" "

Port

")) self.PortInput.setText(_translate("Form", "9000")) self.textEdit_3.setHtml(_translate("Form", "n" "n" "

token

")) self.TokenInput.setText(_translate("Form", "1176023984:AAE34n2FqEgY6O1TZy1tXFM-Yg0hejlQqWE")) self.textEdit_4.setHtml(_translate("Form", "n" "n" "

chat_id

")) self.ChatInput.setText(_translate("Form", "-1001342623128"))

WordPress.com-style subscription management for tags?

I love how WordPress.com allows you to "Subscribe" to different blogs and the admin interface it offers. Is there something similar for unique blogging websites that allows users to subscribe to different tags?

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