Puppeteer can’t click sign-in button

Currently building a puppeteer program that allows me to sign in to a website, however, after inputting login, I can not seem to make puppeteer click the sign-in button or any button for that matter.I have used dev tools, hovered over the button in question, and input its class =”sign-in-button” but it still does not work on the headless browser I am running. It says on the error sheet that there is no node found for selector: button[type=submit]. It is my third day coding, would love any assistance I can get. Thank you! Please leave any suggestions below, I want to know how to make puppeteer click buttons on screen, but I am having trouble.

Isn’t $HOME supposed to be the location of the user’s home directory?

I’m having trouble with a web application I’m writing: The web application, which runs as user nobody, needs to launch an inkscape process to manipulate some SVG files. Because this runs as user nobody, there is no home directory. What I am doing is creating a temporary directory under /tmp and trying to set that as the home directory via export HOME=/tmp/someUniqueId. I then set a few things in that “temporary” home directory, like a symlink .fonts to the folder for the font files to use.

Add image to each podcast series (or category) in headless WordPress instance

We have a WordPress instance that we query through it’s API. Contents are posts, or episodes from a Podlove plug-in. We have four podcasts, though at the moment only one is set up in Podlove. We indicate the podcast an episode belongs to by adding a category. Now we’d like to add a logo to … Read more

How do I make reusable content blocks for header and footer when using WordPress headless with another front-end?

I’m setting up a WordPress project with Gatsby as frontend, and also using ACF for content. But I wonder how you would setup global content parts like header, footer, or any other kind of content that is being used globally throughout the website? For example both HOME and ABOUT pages need to have their “own” content, but also shares some specific blocks with same content.