The Iframely plugin takes care of 95% of cases where you want to embed something, and there's a configuration you can make that gets you the embeds, without it counting toward your limit (if you use the cloud service). For uploaded videos, I use the ns-embed one with a custom rule
[nodebb-plugin-blog-comments] Blog Commenting Engine (Ghost, Wordpress widget)
Hi @psychobunny, what would the scope be to allow anyone who runs a blog to have this feature link to my own forum if I allow it (multiple allowed blogs in the NodeBB admin for example). I run a (rather large) music site, so would be great if my users could comment on other website blogs from my forum (which will soon be running NodeBB. ;))
Blog owner wants to integrate with my forum.
Blog owners posts get posted in a new thread on my forum.
Blog owner 2 also wants to integrate with my forum.
Blog owner 2s posts get posted in a new thread. etc etc.
Never actually thought of having more than one blog integrate with your forum. I would imagine its actually quite doable. Maybe make an issue on github, I have too much on my plate for 0.4.x launch to look at it right now!
I'm digging the idea for the main reason that I don't believe any of our competitors in this space have that ability. Will be nice to have
Perfect, I will add it to github for you.
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@psychobunny definitely having multiple blogs integrated into one forum would be a huge feature bonus !
Any chance hexo can get attention too?
I'm using a wordpress JSON Rest API to get posts of my blog and render inside a nodebb page (created manually for me).
So, i have a route "/article/slug-of-this" that get a post by slug on wordpress and show your content on nodebb.
Currently I'm using Disqus comments. But would like to use your plugin nodebb-plugin-blog-comments, or some variation.
Users are already authenticated, then it would not need to authenticate to Wordpress or Ghost.
How can I modify or adapt it to make it possible nodebb comments using threads?
Hmm I'd have to think about that. I would like to revisit this plugin soon and open it up to more than just Ghost so I'll consider your use-case as well (just need to find the time! :P)
@psychobunny Thanks for responding! =]
I think it might be a simple thing. Once we eliminate the external authentication, create the thread would remain and render the comments.
Recalling that the user is already authenticated in nodebb, and blog posts content was acquired using a REST API.
Users are already authenticated
How are you linking WP with NodeBB auth right now? I'm interested to know
I don't linking authentication.
This is a startup project focused on brazilian pet segment. We will work to create a market place, and a platform of content recomendation to make learning fun. Users can register and inform yours pet's, and we recomend content according your interests and provide threads of discussions about that, besides thematic quiz games. Some actions have gamification strategies and in future user can change your points for prizes.
Sorry for my bad english pitch =P
@Luciano-Miranda that is a nice NodeBB
Now we are working to make simple the post action. May be putting the form of posting inside a topic.
Also we are studying the possibility to integrate nodebb and opencart, to make the market place. So, this is a startup, and we will work a lot! =]
@Luciano-Miranda I read you're doing tags - how do you that in nodebb?
We change some core functions. But it is a initial stage, that is our MVP. On post, the pet of user is captured, and this is marked on the thread.
Users can filter according your interests, so if you have a dog and click on filter button, we show only dog posts for example.
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Wordpress integration is finally here Check out the repo for setup instructions. Go for a test drive on my blog:
You've just stolen Baris' 1 million internets from the tags.
May have a look at forking this when groups and their permissions come into play. seems relatively simple to allow this for anyone in a group. Hopefully.
ahah I forgot to add that tags are fully supported, so your WP tags get transferred to NodeBB as well
Really nice! What happens to existing WP comments?
@planner Hello again!
I imagine they're replaced completely, so existing comments are just hidden (although if the post had comments before, it'll still be reflected in the "x comment(s)" in your theme.
I imagine the comments are also not persisted to WP-database, so if you disconnect
blog-comments, your comments are removed as well.