[nodebb-plugin-iframely] IFramely Embeds



  • @julian said in [nodebb-plugin-iframely] IFramely Embeds:

    https://github.com/NodeBB/nodebb-plugin-iframely/blob/master/library.js#L21-L23

    The cache is indeed one day, though it can be changed to be a week, perhaps, if that is better in your opinion.

    However, if indeed your NodeBB is crashing often, then the cache is cleared, and it won't matter how far in the future the cache expiry is, since everything in it will be flushed and content pulled anew.

    So I have to ask, is your forum crashing often? 😄

    Luckily my forum doesn't crash 😄. The only time it gets restarted is if there is a plugin update that needs a restart, or for new NodeBB versions.

    I'd love to have the option to change the cache in the admin panel. Expanding it to a week would cut down on a lot of API calls. It would also be interesting to see the impact on not caching the expansions at all...

    A bigger change / enhancement would be to be able to configure post age for expansion. Basically say if a post is older than x days, or hasn't been updated in x days, don't expand the link at all (even when caching).

    Edit: And at least for now, I might manually change that plugin to cache for a week. Would that cause problems when I update the plugin again some day, or will the change just be overwritten?


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    @teh_g said in [nodebb-plugin-iframely] IFramely Embeds:

    Edit: And at least for now, I might manually change that plugin to cache for a week. Would that cause problems when I update the plugin again some day, or will the change just be overwritten?

    Go ahead, when the change is (eventually) made, it'll conflict, but I presume you know enough about git to realise what's going on and fix it 🙂

    Alternatively, just git checkout . before pulling.

    ... oh, but if you're not using git, but installing via npm, then installing a new version of the plugin will just clobber your changes, so that may be what you want anyway.



  • @julian said in [nodebb-plugin-iframely] IFramely Embeds:

    Go ahead, when the change is (eventually) made, it'll conflict, but I presume you know enough about git to realise what's going on and fix it 🙂

    Alternatively, just git checkout . before pulling.

    ... oh, but if you're not using git, but installing via npm, then installing a new version of the plugin will just clobber your changes, so that may be what you want anyway.

    I do use npm. Assuming the change I want goes in, I am totally fine with it being clobbered 😄

    I am going to work with the Iframely team to see if the cache change does lower API hits. Going from one day to seven could significantly lower my API hits, which would be amazing.



  • Is there a way to stop embeds from autoplay? @julian



  • @torn2 said in [nodebb-plugin-iframely] IFramely Embeds:

    Is there a way to stop embeds from autoplay? @julian

    I know it is configurable on the Iframely side of things. If you set it to always use smart iFrames, it disables autoplaying videos.



  • @teh_g We self host though...



  • @torn2 said in [nodebb-plugin-iframely] IFramely Embeds:

    @teh_g We self host though...

    If Iframely is self-hosted, I suspect it would be something in the config file of Iframely. You would want to set it to force smart frames.

    You might be able to open a support ticket with the Iframely folk, they may know better.



  • Would someone mind posting their iframely config file as an example? I'm trying to self-host iframely on my server and I've been having difficulty configuring the file, and perhaps putting it in the correct location.

    My NodeBB is in my home folder and I've got it set up with a typical Nginx proxy.



  • Shame that this is not basic in the forum as Discourse ☹



  • Can we embed mp4 video files uploaded directly on NodeBB with that plugin ?
    I've tested it and it doesn't seem to be working, but there may be a setting.


  • GNU/Linux Admin

    No, IFramely works on remote links, so if it's a local link, it might not work... or at the very least, IFramely wouldn't know how to turn that into a rich embed.

    I think at present uploads just show up as a link for download or opening, right?



  • @julian said in [nodebb-plugin-iframely] IFramely Embeds:

    I think at present uploads just show up as a link for download or opening, right?

    Right


  • Community Rep

    Testing this out for us now.



  • @Hawthorn said in [nodebb-plugin-iframely] IFramely Embeds:

    Would someone mind posting their iframely config file as an example? I'm trying to self-host iframely on my server and I've been having difficulty configuring the file, and perhaps putting it in the correct location.

    My NodeBB is in my home folder and I've got it set up with a typical Nginx proxy.

    This is ours:

    
    (function() {
        var config = {
    
            // Specify a path for custom plugins. Custom plugins will override core plugins.
            // CUSTOM_PLUGINS_PATH: __dirname + '/yourcustom-plugin-folder',
    
            DEBUG: false,
            RICH_LOG_ENABLED: false,
    
            // For embeds that require render, baseAppUrl will be used as the host.
            //@crazycells Enter host or IP here;
            baseAppUrl: "HOST OR IP",
            relativeStaticUrl: "/r",
    
            // Or just skip built-in renders altogether
            SKIP_IFRAMELY_RENDERS: true,
    
            // For legacy reasons the response format of Iframely open-source is
            // different by default as it does not group the links array by rel.
            // In order to get the same grouped response as in Cloud API,
            // add `&group=true` to your request to change response per request
            // or set `GROUP_LINKS` in your config to `true` for a global change.
            GROUP_LINKS: true,
    
            // Number of maximum redirects to follow before aborting the page
            // request with `redirect loop` error.
            MAX_REDIRECTS: 4,
    
            SKIP_OEMBED_RE_LIST: [
                // /^https?:\/\/yourdomain\.com\//,
            ],
    
            /*
            // Used to pass parameters to the generate functions when creating HTML elements
            // disableSizeWrapper: Don't wrap element (iframe, video, etc) in a positioned div
            GENERATE_LINK_PARAMS: {
                disableSizeWrapper: true
            },
            */
    
            port: 8061, //can be overridden by PORT env var
            host: '0.0.0.0',    // Dockers beware. See https://github.com/itteco/iframely/issues/132#issuecomment-242991246
                                //can be overridden by HOST env var
    
            // Optional SSL cert, if you serve under HTTPS.
            /*
            ssl: {
                key: require('fs').readFileSync(__dirname + '/key.pem'),
                cert: require('fs').readFileSync(__dirname + '/cert.pem'),
                port: 443
            },
            */
    
            /*
            Supported cache engines:
            - no-cache - no caching will be used.
            - node-cache - good for debug, node memory will be used (https://github.com/tcs-de/nodecache).
            - redis - https://github.com/mranney/node_redis.
            - memcached - https://github.com/3rd-Eden/node-memcached
            */
            CACHE_ENGINE: 'node-cache',
            CACHE_TTL: 0, // In milliseconds.
            // 0 = 'never expire' for memcached & node-cache to let cache engine decide itself when to evict the record
            // 0 = 'no cache' for redis. Use high enough (e.g. 365*24*60*60*1000) ttl for similar 'never expire' approach instead
    
            /*
            // Redis cache options.
            REDIS_OPTIONS: {
                host: '127.0.0.1',
                port: 6379
            },
            */
    
            /*
            // Memcached options. See https://github.com/3rd-Eden/node-memcached#server-locations
            MEMCACHED_OPTIONS: {
                locations: "127.0.0.1:11211"
            }
            */
    
            /*
            // Access-Control-Allow-Origin list.
            allowedOrigins: [
                "*",
                "http://another_domain.com"
            ],
            */
    
            /*
            // Uncomment to enable plugin testing framework.
            tests: {
                mongodb: 'mongodb://localhost:27017/iframely-tests',
                single_test_timeout: 10 * 1000,
                plugin_test_period: 2 * 60 * 60 * 1000,
                relaunch_script_period: 5 * 60 * 1000
            },
            */
    
            // If there's no response from remote server, the timeout will occur after
            RESPONSE_TIMEOUT: 5 * 1000, //ms
    
            // Customize API calls to oembed endpoints.
            ADD_OEMBED_PARAMS: [{
                // Endpoint url regexp array.
                re: [/^http:\/\/api\.instagram\.com\/oembed/],
                // Custom get params object.
                params: {
                    hidecaption: true
                }
            }, {
                re: [/^https:\/\/www\.facebook\.com\/plugins\/page\/oembed\.json/i],
                params: {
                    show_posts: 0,
                    show_facepile: 0,
                    maxwidth: 600
                }
            }, {
                // match i=user or i=moment or i=timeline to configure these types invidually
                // see params spec at https://dev.twitter.com/web/embedded-timelines/oembed
                re: [/^https?:\/\/publish\.twitter\.com\/oembed\?i=user/i],
                params: {
                    limit: 1,
                    maxwidth: 600
                }
            /*
            }, {
                // Facebook https://developers.facebook.com/docs/plugins/oembed-endpoints
                re: [/^https:\/\/www\.facebook\.com\/plugins\/\w+\/oembed\.json/i],
                params: {
                    // Skip script tag and fb-root div.
                    omitscript: true
                }
            */
             }],
    
            /*
            // Configure use of HTTP proxies as needed
            PROXY: [{
                re: [/^https?:\/\/www\.domain\.com/],
                proxy_server: 'http://1.2.3.4:8080',
                user_agent: 'CHANGE YOUR AGENT',
                headers: {
                    // HTTP headers
                    // Overrides previous params if overlapped.
                },
                request_options: {
                    // Refer to: https://github.com/request/request
                    // Overrides previous params if overlapped.
                }
            }],
            */
    
            // Customize API calls to 3rd parties. At the very least - configure required keys.
            providerOptions: {
                locale: "en_US",    // ISO 639-1 two-letter language code, e.g. en_CA or fr_CH.
                                    // Will be added as highest priotity in accept-language header with each request.
                                    // Plus is used in FB, YouTube and perhaps other plugins
                "twitter": {
                    "max-width": 550,
                    "min-width": 250,
                    hide_media: false,
                    hide_thread: false,
                    omit_script: false,
                    center: false,
                    // dnt: true,
                    cache_ttl: 100 * 365 * 24 * 3600 // 100 Years.
                },
                readability: {
                    enabled: false
                    // allowPTagDescription: true  // to enable description fallback to first paragraph
                },
                images: {
                    loadSize: false, // if true, will try an load first bytes of all images to get/confirm the sizes
                    checkFavicon: false // if true, will verify all favicons
                },
                tumblr: {
                    consumer_key: "INSERT YOUR VALUE"
                    // media_only: true     // disables status embeds for images and videos - will return plain media
                },
                google: {
                    // https://developers.google.com/maps/documentation/embed/guide#api_key
                    maps_key: "INSERT YOUR VALUE"
                },
    
                /*
                // Optional Camo Proxy to wrap all images: https://github.com/atmos/camo
                camoProxy: {
                    camo_proxy_key: "INSERT YOUR VALUE",
                    camo_proxy_host: "INSERT YOUR VALUE"
                    // ssl_only: true // will only proxy non-ssl images
                },
                */
    
                // List of query parameters to add to YouTube and Vimeo frames
                // Start it with leading "?". Or omit alltogether for default values
                // API key is optional, youtube will work without it too.
                // It is probably the same API key you use for Google Maps.
                youtube: {
                    // api_key: "INSERT YOUR VALUE",
                    get_params: "?rel=0&showinfo=1"     // https://developers.google.com/youtube/player_parameters
                },
                vimeo: {
                    get_params: "?byline=0&badge=0"     // https://developer.vimeo.com/player/embedding
                },
    
                /*
                soundcloud: {
                    old_player: true // enables classic player
                },
                giphy: {
                    media_only: true // disables branded player for gifs and returns just the image
                }
                */
                /*
                bandcamp: {
                    get_params: '/size=large/bgcol=333333/linkcol=ffffff/artwork=small/transparent=true/',
                    media: {
                        album: {
                            height: 472,
                            'max-width': 700
                        },
                        track: {
                            height: 120,
                            'max-width': 700
                        }
                    }
                }
                */
            },
    
            // WHITELIST_WILDCARD, if present, will be added to whitelist as record for top level domain: "*"
            // with it, you can define what parsers do when they run accross unknown publisher.
            // If absent or empty, all generic media parsers will be disabled except for known domains
            // More about format: https://iframely.com/docs/qa-format
    
            /*
            WHITELIST_WILDCARD: {
                  "twitter": {
                    "player": "allow",
                    "photo": "deny"
                  },
                  "oembed": {
                    "video": "allow",
                    "photo": "allow",
                    "rich": "deny",
                    "link": "deny"
                  },
                  "og": {
                    "video": ["allow", "ssl", "responsive"]
                  },
                  "iframely": {
                    "survey": "allow",
                    "reader": "allow",
                    "player": "allow",
                    "image": "allow"
                  },
                  "html-meta": {
                    "video": ["allow", "responsive"],
                    "promo": "allow"
                  }
            }
            */
        };
    
        module.exports = config;
    })();
    
    
    sir-gon created this issue in itteco/iframely

    closed Docker instructions are wrong? #132



  • @PitaJ Hi PitaJ, thanks for the CSS code, but it did not work for us. We are hosting iframely on our server. It was showing the thumbnail extremely large (you can see the images below), which was very unpractical to read.

    Instead of the code you wrote, I solved the issue with this:

    .iframely-link .iframely-container img.img-responsive{
        max-width: 150px !important;
        max-height: 150px !important;
    }
    

    Do you think it is ok to fix img-responsive ?

    But, as you can tell from the pictures below, it is still problematic, because text is not written on the right side, rather it takes more space below the image.

    Do you have any recommendation to fix the appearance and make it look like the embeds in iframely website?

    And this is how it looks without CSS:

    Screen Shot 2019-06-23 at 12.36.40 PM.png

    And this is after the CSS code applied:

    Screen Shot 2019-06-23 at 12.39.28 PM.png


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    Adding a float: left; should work... give that a try?



  • @julian said in [nodebb-plugin-iframely] IFramely Embeds:

    Adding a float: left; should work... give that a try?

    Thanks, it worked... This is the code I used, in case anyone else need it later...

    .iframely-link .iframely-container .img-responsive {
        height:120px !important;
        width: auto !important;
        overflow: hidden !important;
    }
    
    
    .iframely-link .iframely-container .media {
        float: left !important;
        padding: 0 10px 0 0 !important;
    }
    
    .iframely-link .iframely-container .description {
        position: relative !important;
        top: 15px !important;
    }
    
    

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