I wonder if an imageshack upload plugin can be done? A plugin that uploads images to a specific folder in an Imageshack Premium account.
I think similar was done for imgur right here , but I do not have imgur account and also imgur is banned most of the times in Turkey (shame on )
I do not have technical knowledge to ask in more details, but I was able to find these on the web:
ImageShack - API
Google Code Archive - Long-term storage for Google Code Project Hosting.
so I would like to know the feasibility of the plugin...
If you are using nodebb-plugin-emoji-extended then there is a 'dirty' fix for that.
Navigate to your Emoji plugin folder and open index.js.
Example path: /home/nodebb/node_modules/nodebb-plugin-emoji-extended/index.js.
Once you've opened the file, find a part where it states emojiPath="http://127.0.0.1:4567/plugins/nodebb-plugin-emoji/images/".
Set this to something like this emojiPath="http://forum.domain.com/plugins/nodebb-plugin-emoji-extended/images"
Of course, this will only work if you are running NodeBB with nginx or Apache proxy.
Maybe it would be better to keep that config in the plugin's directory and then modify this line to:
Also, am looking forward to you releasing this plugin
when will the appropiate hook be to be able to parse the recipe and arrange and pretty it to show it to the users?
The hook you want is probably plugins.fireHook('filter:post.save', postData, next);. This is called right before the post is saved into the database.
How are posts saved? in raw text? is the text parsed with Marked when each post loads?
Yes the raw text is saved into the database and parsed on the way out.
The easiest way for this to work would be to listen to that hook and find the file links in the postData.content they will be in the form [link text](link url). You can grab link url, make sure it exists and read it and then append it to the postData.content in your plugin.
Sounds like its doable. Apparently you can embed Hackpad on your site using their code:
<script src=“https://hackpad.com/<string>.js”></script><noscript><div>View <a href=“https://hackpad.com/<string>.js”>To-Do</a></div></noscript>
So all you'd have to do is create a static page maybe and paste the above in a template
I do not know where to start. this is perhaps more a plugin suggestion...
I have a Border "events" and then much much topics. I want to do this easily through a file (csv, xlsx or so)...
and let the subjects after the date Sort ... this is possible?
I initially made the times in MongoDB a few entries. but that do not appear ....
This url of the link was with slug also, when I removed the english slug in brower, it was ok, but if the slug is Chinese and I removed, I got error.
I run it on parallels with ubuntu server for my macbook.
It's a repo that git clone forked from nodebb.