So when a page loads, vanilla will fade the contents in. I've looked pretty hard -- does anyone know where this is at? A loading bar/popin is way better, so I was going to fork and pull that out of lavender.
Thanks for reporting the bug @mootzville, the templates property is no longer required in a custom theme's theme.json in v0.5.1 (but since we haven't even launched v0.5.0 yet, don't worry about a thing, the fix is backwards compatible)
I have "failed" to install NodeBB on a DigitalOcean Droplet about 25 times by now. Seriously, I'm not exaggerating. The people at DO must have wondered "wtf is this guy doing?" because I was creating and destroying Droplets non-stop for days.
I think what made the difference for me this time was not installing redis or nodejs as per the official NodeBB install document. Instead, I only installed the Chris Lea files.
I was so tired to trying different methods of installation I actually started keeping a log of what I was doing. I got it down to where only a few lines would change, and I am pretty sure this is what finally worked for me (remember, this is on a DO Droplet running Ubuntu 14.04 x64):
apt-get install redis-server
apt-get install git
apt-get install build-essential
apt-get install imagemagick
apt-get install python-software-properties
apt-get update && apt-get dist-upgrade
git clone git://github.com/designcreateplay/NodeBB.git nodebb
node app --setup
- only modify first line where I enter my server's address http://your.server.ip.address (without the port) and hit 'Enter' for all other options
- Now you can go to http://your.server.ip.address:4567 to see the forum
I have try this but when i go to npm install
i get this :
E: Unable to correct problems, you have held broken packages.
in the client, those values are stored in ajaxify.data
For your jQuery, you don't append a closing tag, it does that automatically. When you want to insert the element into the div, you need to use appendTo(). Also, unless your label has additional data, I recommend using html() instead of text().
Here's a fiddle. I also added an ID to the new label so it isn't added more than once.