@Alex-Fiala yes you should be able to use IP addresses. However, you still need to have the protocol in there (http://). Copy the address at which you access your NodeBB server and paste it into the config.json
@kacemlight I know it's a very old topic. Just replying because i faced a similar issue. SEO tools pointed out that the heading structure was incorrect i.e the nav bar headings had H3 and content had H2 and H1.
I solved it by creating a barebones plugin and overwrote the tpl file that had the inconsistent heading structure (in my scenario). The path of the file is plugin/static/templates/partials/menu.tpl
Maybe you're talking about the build step that's at the end of ./nodebb setup? In that case, you could save copies of the build directory as long as you use the same version of NodeBB and plugins for everywhere you're installing it.
I'm trying to implement our overall site navigation above the nodebb nav bar. Are there any ideas on how we can do this?
The best example I could find is this site which uses nodebb:
Mail / Blog / Community / Forum are external links and then below that is custom nodebb navigation bar. When user shrinks it down to mobile size, the sidebar menu has navigation for both nav bars separated.
Can somebody please guide me on how to do this? I am willing to do some custom development, but don't know where to start.