And version for 0.5.5 what are?
Of this plugins.
[nodebb-script-rss] Embed an RSS feed from your blog as a widget
Copy the following code into an HTML widget. Modify
feed_urlto the RSS/XML feed of your blog/site.
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phreaker last edited by
wow, thank you so much!
trying to think of more things we can do with widgets
(At that point it kind of dawned on me that I've already built this before)
Hero last edited by
First off, I want to say how amazing NodeBB is. I've used every forum software you can think of and nothing compares to the foundation NodeBB, simply because of the 'no refresh required' when reading topics such as a live game thread where hundreds of users are posting while watching the game.
Anyways, my question is simple for you I hope!
I tried using this URL: http://www.nfl.com/liveupdate/scorestrip/ss.xml
as an HTML widget and nothing displays. I tried your example RSS feed and it worked fine. How would I get the other URL to work? My goal is to have it update and display the current NFL scores.
Your XML doesn't seem to have that much data in it, from what I see. What is it supposed to look like?
Hero last edited by Hero
Thanks for the reply! The NFL season hasn't actually started yet so those scores are from last year. It's supposed to just display the teams and scores such as BAL 14 - DEN 24. When I put the link in the XML, it displays nothing. I think I'm going to try to find another RSS feed to test with since that one does look funky.
Automatically start a new topic for each game from an RSS feed.
When the score changes on the RSS feed, automatically post a new reply with the updated score OR automatically edit topic when score is updated.
Hero last edited by
On a side note and probably more important at this point than the actual game threads:
Would it be possible to post the first entry in the RSS feed as a topic and then post the rest of the entries as replies?
Here is my version of it. Check out the result on UEX start page. Feel free to use Google translate
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