nodebb problem loading emojis on composer

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    I installed a new forum on a heroku server and when I connect via it works great
    But when I connect through my domain it is written to me "welcome back guest" but really stayed disconnected
    (I only use a subdomain, at the domain root I use for another site, I use cloudflare I set ssl and force ssl)
    I would be happy to help, thanks

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    If you reinstall a broken plugin it will continue to break your forum.

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  • Adsense Ads wont load properly

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    @baris Thanks for the tip. I did disable ajaxify for anchor tags as you said, restarted nodebb and it worked! It loads ads properly!!

    Thank you so much, I was looking for this part since so long! 👍 😄

    Will test more for whether it breaks other things or is all set and keep this thread updated.

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    It is taking me some time - mostly because I'm not familiar enough with NodeJS / NodeBB.

    Some observations:

    Took a while to get the ./nodebb setup routine to work - had to do it first for MongoDB and then for Redis and then combine the two files and restart (redis / mongodb nodejs files do not get installed on the npm install command).

    Then got stuck with launching multiple processes on reboot with systemd. Gave up on that and just used a crontab @ reboot line to run a shell script. Need to figure out how to restart / reload processes seamlessly.

    Found some issues with and spdy - did not investigate, disabled spdy on nginx.

    Found some issues with the 0.7.0 branch and upgraded to master 0.7.1 and found that much more stable. But these were plugin related - sections, adsense - dropped them both.

    Made the mistake of setting the production flag in the environment variable NODE_ENV. 🙂

    As of now, have a test site running persona, notifications plugins on a distributed setup - NFS / REDIS / MONGO DB on one server and a barebones NODEJS + NGINX/SSL on another.

    Seems stable for now on a test setup on will give it a day or two while I play around with the templates / plugins and watch memory usage, before I go through another effort to set the autoscale / loadbalancer up.

    @baris @julian @psychobunny - I really like what I see so far. Well done. If all goes well with the setup / eval, I will be dropping you guys an email to see if I can fund some development. 🙂