Expanding on what @cani said --
The category description is also used in:
Meta tags (so, crawlers, social media shares, etc)
RSS feed XML
Some plugins (e.g. metro-tiles) will also expose the category descriptions
I believe @psychobunny can expand on how NodeBB can be integrated into a WordPress site
A Wordpress commenting system is on the road map, something we're very keen on getting off the ground.
Like Julian said, we're able to customize NodeBB to play along with WP, something we did at http://community.onehundredfreebooks.com
If that's something that you're interested in going for let us know and maybe we can figure out something.
NodeBB plans range from $35 to $100, depending on the feature set.
$75 and up plans give you advantages like custom DNS forwarding (so you can use something like mypersonaldomain.com instead of myapp.nodebb.com) and daily backups. All plans come with use of the support ticket system, so you can reach us for support for individual instances.
If you have any other questions, please give us a shout at email@example.com
Technically, there is no need to run npm update for packages other than nodebb-* packages. So all you really need to do is npm install.
However, you'd want to update the nodebb plugins/themes, so:
ls nodebb-* | xargs npm update // I do not take responsibility for this command, if it burns your house down...
If you run into errors specified by #6, please do an npm rebuild to patch that right up.
yup, i tried to add and modifying existing category but it failed. i also got trouble with my redis, i think i will use mongo as my DB than redis, i prefer use redis only for cache ing or as message broker.
is there any how to install with mongoDB?
i try to set user and password in mongo and run node app.js --setup and choose mongo as my db but also failed. may be nodebb need specific database name?
thanks for your response