Hi all, what Discourse functionality is being used to relay these blog posts into Discourse?
Segunda versión de mantenimiento para Hub 3, ¡última actualización para el 23! - News - Nextcloud community
Seems it is a part of the core application, but I haven’t been able to find it yet (searching) under our settings. Thank you for any pointers!
Do you mean the message that says “Originally posted on…”?
Coding Horror’s blog. The blog is run via Ghost but the comments are embedded from his Discourse forum.
One important thing to note with this setup is that users have to navigate to your forum to post replies. This is intentional, as we feel that the posting interface on a Discourse forum is currently much richer than what we …
I’m not sure, but I think this is what you’re looking for
That would be RSS Polling:
Discourse RSS Polling plugin allows topics to be automatically created from one or more RSS feeds. This topic describes how to install and configure the plugin.
If your site is hosted by us, the plugin is pre-installed on your site, but the setting to enable it is hidden. Contact our support team to have us enable the plugin for you.
For self-hosted sites, install the plugin following the method outlined in Install Plugins in Discourse.
For self-hosted sites, …
That part is for embedding on the site: two sides of a
embedding on the site
I know, but I set up the embed once and it did the job too
Yes, that’s very true! I always forget it embeds like that.
@sunjam you have a couple of options there. I prefer the RSS polling, I find it less finicky over time; the markup for a post on a CMS may change with a theme, but the RSS feed rarely changes it’s format.
Interesting, we do not have that plugin installed. I figured out that the blog is actually phplist. Still unsure of how it is being relayed into Discourse (I lack admin access to confirm).
For our own blog at
blog.discourse.org we use the built-in embed feature that @Alexander linked above, and it works perfectly for the blog use case.
The difference between the two, in a simplified way, is that the embed feature is recommended when you own the blog, and the RSS Polling is to import third-party content.