Thanks, yeah I wrote a game server rcon web socket bot, which stores all the player information, so got the just of using mongo update/inserts/find functionality just never made a plugin for nodebb so was kinda weird on how to start lol.
Having to scroll through the forum threads to find a nice looking theme or an interesting plugin is cumbersome (at best).
It'd be nice if there was a dedicated website where you could upload your plugin/theme, and i would read some JSON and display all the themes & plugins based on the info in that json, properly categorizing everything and showing easily viewable thumbnails of the theme/plugin in action.
Ideally there would be categories and tags that you could filter by, and all of it searchable.
Just a thought/suggestion (and sorry if someone already suggested this!)
git rev-parse HEAD returns aa116e6b4d2f42731729db01f28875494988a684
I've looked through the Chrome dev console in the network section and it seems that ajaxify is receiving 304: Not modified responses, and gets stuck on opacity:0. A very weird functionality. All of the elements are loaded in, but they are all invisible. Very odd.
There is an Uncaught Error: Mismatched anonymous define() module error that occurs on page load in ajaxify.
Okay, I guess never mind. One of the external sources I was including was causing the problem. I removed the define call and now it's working.