DISCLAIMER: First post here, I discovered nodebb less than 24 hours ago and my node.js experience is fairly limited. If I'm missing something blatantly obvious, forgive the noob in me. All in all the forum software is brilliantly executed as far as I can see, and doesn't suffer from the same issues as Discourse concerning extensibility. Well played devs.
So, there doesn't appear to be a centralized topic for this particular plugin, so I thought I'd create a new topic.
Here's the issue: The category sections plugin (IMHO) is pretty core for forum functionality. I'd love to use the plugin but sadly it doesn't appear to be working with 1.x.x
I've already installed Lavendar as the base theme. I've attempted to use this fork of the main git as it was updated 15 days ago. Seeing as 1.x.x was released 16 days ago, you'd assume this would resolve the issue at hand... But it doesn't appear to.
I'm getting no in-browser js errors, and I'm just getting a generic
The following plugins may not be compatible with your version of NodeBB. This may cause unintended behaviour or crashing. * nodebb-plugin-category-sections from the log.
It's really strange, since
sections.js doesn't seem to be executing client-side at all. No errors, click and drag functionality is non-existent, and there's no event listener attached to the buttons despite them being declared via jQuery in
category-sections.tpl IS loading in the ACP, but the "Add Section" button does nothing and there's no click and drag functionality.
Strangely, hitting "Save Sections" DOES have an effect as the homepage will go entirely blank when clicked (Assuming that no sections = no content on the homepage)
@psychobunny, I'm sure you're super busy with all the awesomeness happening here with nodebb, but perhaps you have some thoughts into your brainchild here?
As I've stated, I'm less than 24 hours into exploring nodebb and I'm at a complete loss as to what's occurring here to prevent ACP functionality. Thanks for any insights you all could provide here.
- I'm running a DO droplet, Ubuntu 14.04, there are no conflicting containers, app was installed via NPM, server is up to date and the application is running naked, no docker.
- There's not a FQDN attached to the instance of nodebb however.
config.json is using the static IP of the VPS, and I'm running nodebb on port