cool, can you share your audio player's widget to the community?
thank you very much~
Just used the RSS plugin to pull in some topics but I want to backdate them to the actual dates of the RSS entries.
Am I completely missing something or are dates not changeable?
@johnhenry Dates in your database are the dates that the post is created on your forum.
@a_5mith Thanks. I realize that but is there no way of changing the date of topics in the forum?
@a_5mith Thanks. I'll see what he has to say.
Right now there is no way to change the date of a topic through the forum itself, which means you would have to do the changes in the database.
Alternatively I can modify the rss plugin so it sets the date of the topics to the actual date from the rss entry instead of using the current timestamp.
@baris Modifying the plugin sounds good to me. Would that take you a lot of work?
It might be a nice optional setting to use date from RSS entry
Shouldn't take that long, I will take a look soonish.
@baris Thanks. Appreciate it
Give https://github.com/barisusakli/nodebb-plugin-rss/commit/077c60ef16ddb89ecc42204b00a6af7b9cf2b821 a try, added tags and an option to select timestamp.
@baris Brilliant. Works perfectly. Thanks so much.
Just in case someone will search for fast solution: if you are using redis-server as DB you can change timestamps with redis-commander:
npm install -g redis-commander redis-commander
And then you can access your database via http://yourdomain.com:8081