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Rich Objects code constructor (Facebook Wall – alike thingie )

  • Hey guys,

    sorry is it is a stupid question, I’m new with bbPress…

    I was wondering, is it possible to create a bbPress plugin besed on Rich Object code constructor ( Demo: http://xbb2.com ) , and if “yes” – shall it be on HTML or BBCode generation ?

    Thanks

    AT

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  • Yow. Great find!! I have been looking for something like this for a while now.

    You don’t need a plugin. Just add this to the header right above the </head> tag:

    <script type=”text/javascript” src=”http://xbb2.com/b.js?InputName=post_content&”></script>

    Yow. Great find!! I have been looking for something like this for a while now.

    You don’t need a plugin. Just add this to the header right above the </head> tag:

    <script type=”text/javascript” src=”http://xbb2.com/b.js?InputName=post_content&”></script>

    So, you think – no need do mold it into a “full-blown” plugin ?

    So, you think – no need do mold it into a “full-blown” plugin ?

    I had to disable it last night. The problem is, it’s set up to be run off of the script hosted at xbb2.com. However, because the guy’s site was timing out and causing each page load to be very long, I had to drop it. It would be best if there was a plugin so you could run the code locally.

    There is a plugin for phpBB, but I don’t know if it also requires using the script hosted at xbb2.com, or if it’s a stand-alone version.

    I had to disable it last night. The problem is, it’s set up to be run off of the script hosted at xbb2.com. However, because the guy’s site was timing out and causing each page load to be very long, I had to drop it. It would be best if there was a plugin so you could run the code locally.

    There is a plugin for phpBB, but I don’t know if it also requires using the script hosted at xbb2.com, or if it’s a stand-alone version.

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