thank you !!!
it's my fault, it's used the Cosmo theme which is already minified on the Bootstrap CDN site:
now I change to NodeBB Vanilla and the font will not be load .
Perhaps I can work this into the markdown plugin, so that WYSIWYG integration is toggleable via ACP/frontend...
@julian This would be extremely helpful to people who do not know that NodeBB heavily relies on the use of Markdown.
God damn that's a lot of notifications, heh. I also got two in the header bar, which should actually be one...
Haha, those notifications.
Yessss, we need something like this!
It look so good.
I'm not sure I do anymore. I did until I started playing with Nodebb. Then I decided it might not actually be needed.
Wow, that'd be sick!
Would love to see this as a side-by-side view, like in Ghost or Discourse. Format with Markdown on the left, or format with WYSIWYG on the right, and both panes update at the same time.
Anything that makes the transition from normal BBcode to Markdown easier works for me. A lot of my members have never even heard of Markdown, so going from
[text](url) seems alien to them.
I noticed that @psychobunny uploaded a plugin to his github earlier to convert BBcode to Markdown, which looks like a brilliant tool that will definitely come in handy. Maybe even extending the Visual Editor/Kitchen Sink to include common markdown that people might not necessarily be aware of.
Code tags for example, and bold/italics. Perhaps highlighting the text, then clicking the icon would alter that text to be italics for example.
Up for that
I would love this!
Format with Markdown on the left, or format with WYSIWYG on the right, and both panes update at the same time.
Would totally give Ghost a run for its money
@julian If you can do it better, I will be very impressed.
Brilliant. Exactly what I would love to have. Nice find @julian
I was just thinking about that, and found this post. Yes, it should be optional at least or as plugin.
This would be awesome to have implemented as an option. Most of my target audience are used to typical BBCode. While several would love Markdown, it will be like a second language to most.