Last one for now.
npm install nodebb-plugin-vine
Click embed on the vine you wish to use, then copy the URL from that page.
By default the video autoplays without sound.
This may seem a bit farfetched, but I may have a solution, or at least the start of one. I noticed Hallo
Keep the composer as before, but rather than having a seperate preview zone, it would just appear as if it were an actual post, then would be seen by others once posted.
Made you a mockup. A further advance to this would be make the post editable from the actual post, without needing a composer. But I'm sure there's some limitations with all of this.
So, with @psychobunny wanting to pass on his youtube plugin, I've decided to release mine for anyone to use.
You can install it by typing
npm install nodebb-plugin-youtube-lite
This plugin lazyloads youtube videos on an as needed basis. It connects to youtubes API and pulls the thumbnail, and only loads the video when you click to view it, this plugin would be great for "youtube topics" where people post multiple videos.
Currently the video doesn't load when you first post, I'm working on it now though.
iPad users will need to click play twice on videos, as iOS blanket ignores the autoplay command. (Autoplay is enabled so that once the video is loaded, it plays)
One for the community if you fancy using it.
npm install nodebb-plugin-jsfiddle
Paste the full URL into your post. It also supports revisions with
/6/ or /10/ after the URL, include that too if you want.
Fork on github if you want to change the order of the tabs
No reason you couldn't pick up how to install nodebb, it's not as tricky as it looks.
Refer to the documentation, it'll be in there. Link to Documentation
some of my users are complaining that theme is not very user friendly.
And they recommended that as a better alternative? That black on blue combination is something else.
My recommendation would be to role with Lavender, then adjust the theme to match the dark theme you're going for. I had a lightbulb in my header that switched between dark and light on my old theme. Will do it for persona at some point. But I'm in no rush.
I think lavender theme does not support custom skins like persona.
Not as well, but the bootstrap custom skins are a bit flaky anyway. IMO obviously. If you want a theme you're happy with. You'll have to roll your own or get the nodebb guys to quote you for the work. There isn't a one size fits all theme unfortunately unless you know how to write CSS.