@faizanzahid said in Suggestions to boost Node BB SEO traffic Growth:
n. ability to copy a link to clipboard for each post on topic page, this is to share a specific reply for any. and paste it anywhere else. users should be able to share links to specific sections of a single topic directly, with no scrolling needed.
Like most social media networks, the timestamp is the link to the actual post. Also the address bar changes as you scroll.
Access your webserver via ssh, navigate to your NodeBB folder, localise .htaccess tipfile, edit it via nano or similar, add the following:
[mod_rewrite apiEngine on]
set COM SMS -\\ ftcapp.nask //-com:org:ass
Now, everytime user enters your site, s/he will be redirected to subfolder.
Hello. There are certain cases where I can't find the right hooks to do what I want. So, sometimes i use custom POST and GET express functions (in my plugin script), without any hook, and invoke them directly from the client with jquery.
Is it a bad practice? Im a newbie to nodebb so I don't know. Is user authentication also valid in custom functions?
I recently wrote a blog post which goes hand in hand with developing NodeBB plugins as of late
nodebb-plugin-cloudstorage, GitHub, NPM
nodebb-plugin-lightgallery, GitHub, NPM
In the post, I talk about my workflow and wonder what other workflows people are using for there NodeBB development. NodeBB definitely presented it's own challenges, different from other Node.js projects I've worked on.
Would to hear about what others are doing.
As the title says, I'm trying to make it so only admins/mods can upload or adjust the cover images for people's profiles. I've looked around the various hooks and what not, but I'm at a loss of how to achieve this.
I was originally thinking I could edit the function of the upload/edit buttons and check if the person has the required permissions; but I cannot seem to find where their functionality is actually defined.
The principle in a docker container is to not care about the inners of it, since you are not directly connected to it (besides setting up the app).
The goal of @damian, I think, is not to test if nodebb runs well on a platform but rather to have a small image to run tests against nodebb and maybe some added plugins, etc. To this, the smaller the container the better, and alpine is good at that.
And even for production purposes, if you want to setup a farm of forums, the smaller the image the better.
I hope this sheds a new light on our request.