My script keeps putting "your logged in" in boxes in top left

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After logging in when it displays the "you are logged in" it is in the top left corner of my page and I need it in the top right corner. ,here is the _header.php file, I have tried finding the "your logged in" section but unable to locate it. ,To learn more, see our tips on writing great answers., If the Haste spell is cast on a Bladesinging wizard, can the Bladesinger cast three cantrips in a turn using the Extra Attack feature?

It would be something like

<div class="pull-right">
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One of the greatest things that’s happened in recent years, however, is the proliferation of identity and user management API services like Okta, which handle many of the typical authentication woes for you, including:,If you liked this, you might want to follow @oktadev on Twitter and check out some other interesting articles that walk you through building interesting apps:,While I’d like to say that over the course of my programming tenure I’ve learned to easily add authentication to any app I create, my attempts tend to devolve into me bickering with myself endlessly over a User schema and the most efficient way to share my user data between components.,I hope you enjoyed learning how you can quickly add authentication to any web page in just 10 minutes using Okta. What I showed you in this article was just the tip of the iceberg, however. There’s a lot more you can do using services like Okta to quickly bootstrap the authentication component of your web apps:

<!doctype html>
<html lang="en">
  <head>
    <meta charset="utf-8">
    <meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width, initial-scale=1, shrink-to-fit=no">
    <link rel="stylesheet" href="https://stackpath.bootstrapcdn.com/bootstrap/4.1.0/css/bootstrap.min.css" integrity="sha384-9gVQ4dYFwwWSjIDZnLEWnxCjeSWFphJiwGPXr1jddIhOegiu1FwO5qRGvFXOdJZ4" crossorigin="anonymous">
    <title>Simple Web Page</title>
    <style>
      h1 {
        margin: 2em 0;
      }
    </style>
  </head>
  <body>
    <div class="container">
      <h1 class="text-center">Simple Web Page</h1>
      <div id="messageBox" class="jumbotron">
        You are not logged in. Get outta here! Shoo! >:S
      </div>
    </div>
  </body>
</html>
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Using the desktop environment in RHEL 8, Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 is shipped with the default desktop environment GNOME 3. , Red Hat Enterprise Linux , Red Hat Enterprise Linux

Install the gnome-shell-extension-desktop-icons package:

# yum install gnome - shell - extension - desktop - icons
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Learn how to programmatically authenticate against Auth0 in your Cypress tests in a manner that adheres to both Cypress and Auth0 best practices.,TL;DR: This post discusses how to authenticate against Auth0 in your Cypress end-to-end tests successfully. You will use a small sample React application to illustrate patterns you can use to programmatically log your user into Auth0 while running Cypress tests, in a manner that adheres to most Cypress and Auth0 best practices. To see a working example of the techniques described in this article, please feel free to clone this repo.,Use Cypress’ cy.request() command to make an HTTP request to your authentication service (in this case, Auth0),From there, you can click on the login.js integration test in the Cypress test runner. You should now see an instance of Chrome launched, with your user automatically logged in to Auth0! Click on the Profile page to see your logged in user's email address for verification.

First things first, clone this repo and check out the base branch:

# clone the repo
git clone https: //github.com/dlo83/auth0-cypress-demo.git

   # move into it
cd auth0 - cypress - demo

# checkout the base branch
git checkout base
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