Cant se my own posts in the NodeBB forum

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    Just testing YouTube video embedding and code block snippets:

    def count_out_degrees(adjacency_dict): """ Scan Value (edge) length for each Key (node) to retrun outdegree(list) """ out_edges = defaultdict(int) for node, edges in adjacency_dict.items(): # Additional check for an edge that has no out edge. for edge in edges: if edge not in out_edges: out_edges[edge] = 0 # --- out_edges[node] = len(edges) return out_edges

    Testing this: Awesome Text.

    Image Test:


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    @online-0227 said in Can NodeBB apply different theme per each forums on index page (home or top)?:

    @scottalanmiller got it, thank you very much.

    No problem!

    Now if you made a plugin, I'm sure that there would be a way to do what you want, but it's not built in functionality.

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    @baris said:

    You can fork it from the topic tools menu, it will create a new topic

    Neat feature! I didn't know about that one 🙂

  • Twitter Tweet As Post

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    @a_5mith Sorry for the delay.

    Details of the useful plugin:

    Pull in Tweets and Replies as Comments

    When publishing to Facebook and Twitter, the discussion is likely to continue there. >Through Social, we can aggregate the various mentions, retweets, @replies, comments >and responses and republish them as WordPress comments.

    Automatically polls Twitter and Facebook for mentions of your post
    Displays mentions inline with comments
    Filter comments by originating source (Facebook, Twitter, or your blog as comments)
    Allow users to reply to the offsite responses

    Plugin link:

    Would be a neat feature for nodebb!!

  • NodeBB config

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    { "base_url": "", "port": "4568", "use_port": true, "secret": "xxxx", "bind_address": "", "database": "redis", "redis": { "host": "", "port": "6379", "password": "", "database": "0" }, "mongo": { "host": "", "port": "27017", "password": "", "database": "0" }, "bcrypt_rounds": 12, "upload_path": "/public/uploads", "relative_path": "" }

    You didn't close the "" string, and JSON doesn't support comments.