@pitaj I actually have that, but I want to be able to customize the button then .
Basically I’m making a thank you page for people associated with my site. It shows there name and links for their social medias. I used custom emojis so that when you click on the icon it goes to their page.
For Discord and Battle.net however, there are no websites or pages per profile, only a username with a user tag.
What I was is to be able to click on them as links like the others but it actually stays in the page and just opens a dialogue with the user tag so I don’t have to have the user tag displayed there with them (not as neat nor cool).
If I were to make a plugin like this @julian, how would I start with that?
Hello. This is definetely a dumb question because I still don't know how to follow Iframely's docs. How do I set it up with NodeBB and/or use it with nodebb-plugin-iframely?
How do I set it up with nginx (Do i need to)?
@fengwang Cool. Once upon a time I was a teacher in a former life and old habits like sharing knowledge die hard. Had to take coursework on "readability" decades before "UX" was a thing. Of course it is obvious once Baris replied. Duh... 🤦
On related note: You mentioned images. In event you are unawares, clicking on an image then opens that image for larger display (maybe even in a new tab depending on config, I forget the default just now). Most modern browsers auto zoom to adjust for full browser screen geometry. Clicking on that image yet again should result in full scale, e.g. 5k by 4K, which you will then need to pan about w/sliders and such.