Hey all: so this is a slightly smarmy, self-serving request but hey, I am the marketing guy.
We are working with the Capterra directory to get some NodeBB reviews posted on their site. They have a program where they will give you a $20 gift card (I think you get a choice of Amazon, Starbucks or pre-paid Visa) if you are one of the first 25 people to click an emailed link and post a review. It doesn't matter if you say nice things or if you bash us, although of course we hope you'll be nice!
If you're interested and are running NodeBB yourself or using our hosting service, please DM me or email firstname.lastname@example.org with your name and email address.
There is a time limit, I need your response before Monday August 20 at 3 pm Eastern (Toronto/New York) time. A few days after that you'll get a separate email with the details for posting the review.
Hi @julien, @PitaJ ,
Assume you have a forum user with a username of: "email@example.com"
The user may login to the forum using his password.
However, if the user typed "firstname.lastname@example.org " (note the space following the email), the credentials wont' match.
The added space can be a result of copy/paste, or just an error from the user side.
I verified this behavior with this forum as well. It can be easily replicated by yourself.
I think this can help, and it may be a small change. Not sure however
All the best,
@baris I am not sure my question is related to this topic, but I have searched a lot about how to get the specific post data from a specific category to put them on the customize home page for my current site. For example, I have a category called "News", and what I want is each time when I post a new post in this category, I want the post also to show up on the home page. Since I am using custom home page plugin, so all I can do is insert HTML and those data like categories, recent post or popular post. I am a bit of confusion about how to exactly get those data and linked them to the home page? Thank you.
Re: CORS Setup
The referenced thread mentions the ACP settings as the way of setting the CORS-related headers. However, when I look at the code behind these settings, it seems Access-Control-Allow-Origin is treated a bit differently than advertised. It checks every option there for a match with the requester, and only then appends that header.
Doesn't this create a problem if I want my forum to be api-accessible from anywhere? If I set that setting to "" (wildcard), the result is that this header is never sent, because no incoming domain equals "".
Is this a bug or is there something I'm missing?