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    @Panda I see why - if you check the browser console, there’s an error logged there. This is from one of my VM’s

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    There is a decision tree that pulls the value of the editor theme from the saved browser settings on each load, but that fails if the theme has never been changed, and the user has the default (in your case, you are using light mode, so it serves “flatly” by default, but the editor itself is never set and returns null

    This below code changes that

    /* If savedTheme is undefined it will return null - based on this, we assume that the user has the default theme selected and never changed it, so we'll need to force that here */ if(!savedTheme) { var savedTheme = "flatly"; }

    If you reload your browser and test again, it should work properly.

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    Thanks for your inputs ♥️

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    Yes, I am aware that if users are given the option to enter alt text, some may do so in an abusive manner. For the time being, we’ve adjusted the php script to generate the alt automatically, thus there are no longer any SEO problem with alt images.

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    @phenomlab yes that’s the problem with these J’s, I will try my best , If I find something better I will share. Thanks

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    @Hari I think you’re referring to this

    https://sudonix.com/topic/170/creating-posts-from-rss-feeds-in-flarum

    However, this code was never designed to work with WordPress, but you could leverage the WP-CLI to do something similar without too much effort.

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    @hari the cache level for woocommerce should always be bypass. Any caching of woocommerce will cause you serious issues and will result in the checkout process not functioning correctly.

    This does mean that the overall experience will be slower (depending on geographic location) although CF is known to cause significant issues hence the need to bypass.

    If you want to cache as much as possible, then set rules to bypass caching on the cart and account pages etc.

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    @phenomlab said in WordPress installation:

    @jac that plugin is for single sign on between WordPress and NodeBB. The plugin you really need is this

    Brilliant, that does look good! 😁

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    @jac That won’t matter. You just redirect at nginx or apache level and it’ll work. The generally accepted standard though is to use a subdomain.