Yer I think your right here, I've done a hack for now but knowing quite well that will get over written on the next upgrade.
And even tho this would normally be a minor concern for normal links, links to a another app on the site really need to be in a seperate tab.
So I've had to hack that as well, so I need to get my head around writting some plug-ins and how they all work, I want to fork this one [nodebb-plugin-outside] and see what I can do with it as I think this would serve my purpose but I don't think it's working at the moment.
Do you know if anyone has had any luck with getting any of the debuggers working?
I learn faster by seeing what's going on under the hood.
But perhaps I should add a not in the sign up agreement that "by signing up you agree to receive emails from us" or something like that, to be safe.
If you're in the EU, this wouldn't constitute as opt-in. The EU states that a user must specifically click a button that states "I want to receive these emails". Unless it's regarding their account. So, if the daily digest included notifications, it would be fine, but if it was just new topics, I'm not so sure. It should be fine either way, as you've said.
it should be fixed and should be step by step as for another tutorials are their.
and why not make a compatible auto install for cpanel. IMO most of people use cPANEL and one click nodebb install would be amazing.
Actually all but the last 3-4 posts in my thread are 100% CentOS. It was not until after I spent countless hours trying to make it work I realized that I am not going to risk my 2 live forums on a development site. So I plunked down the 5 bucks and opened a Digital Ocean account to get rid of the headache.
I got it up and running almost exactly how I wanted it. But in the end the proxy issues presented when I have 2 live forums on the same server was more hassle than value so I moved the NodeBB site to ubuntu for the ease of use since it's what the developers are using here.
There is no "easy guide" yet, you have to put in a little work. Feel free to use any info in my thread to write up a CentOS guide for other users 🙂