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tdlnx
Hi,

Whenever I try to reply to a topic in my embedded forum I'm unable to scroll down to see the reply button.

I noticed the code running in the <script> tags is:


        var link=document.getElementById("nabblelink");
if (link != null) {
        link.style.display="none";
        document.write("<div id='nabbleforum' style='width:100%'><div style='height:700px'>Loading...</div></div>");
        var e = document.createElement("script");
        e.src = 'http://slay-by-email-archive.187312.n8.nabble.com/embed/JsEmbed.jtp?site=187312&node=1&url=' + encodeURIComponent(location.href);
            e.type="text/javascript";
        document.getElementsByTagName("head")[0].appendChild(e);
}

Shouldn't <div style='height:700px'> actually be <div style='height:100%'>? If so how can I edit this so posts can be replied to? The only way so far I've been able to see all the reply options is if I click "change appearance" because it will let me scroll in the embedded window.
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GregChapman
You have hopelessly corrupted your code in the last couple of hours.
Earlier I was able to register and login and display the one post (in the truncated form you complain about). Now the forum just produces errors at every link.
Return it to the state it was in and I may be able to assist.

Certainly, the line :
document.write("<div id='nabbleforum' style='width:100%'><div style='height:700px'>Loading...</div></div>"); 
which you suggest is part of the problem is NOT. Every forum has this line which is designed to be just tall enough to display the "Loading" graphic . It will not affect the height of the forum page that then loads. To demonstrate that just check out a couple of my embedded forums with https implemented to confirm it.

https://www.seahawk17.org.uk/forum.php
https://blog.rustonhouse.org.uk/
https://www.aivuk.org.uk/members.html

To get your forum working correctly with https you may find this page helpful:
http://greghelp.991552.n3.nabble.com/Embedded-Forums-and-https-tp4012846.html

Note how the forums of mine above all include commented out lines that show the http form of their embedding code and how that is changed on implementation of https.
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GregChapman
Just realised...

while you can reach your forum at either:
http://slaybyemail.com/forum.html or
https://forum.slaybyemail.com/ (which re-directs to the non-https address)
all the links within your forum link to https addresses and that is why you get the errors.

Read through sections 2.2 and 2.3 at
http://greghelp.991552.n3.nabble.com/Embedded-Forums-and-https-td4012846.html
to check those are implemented properly on your forum and then work through Section 3 which is definitely not set right yet.
Just a Volunteer Nabble Helper - because the nice folk at Nabble have helped me!
GregHelp - Building a set of answers to Nabble FAQs.
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tdlnx
I just decided to delete the forum. Thanks for the help anyway but it’ll be easier to just keep a local archive. 


On Jan 5, 2020, at 5:56 PM, GregChapman [via Nabble Support] <[hidden email]> wrote:

 Just realised...

while you can reach your forum at either:
http://slaybyemail.com/forum.html or
https://forum.slaybyemail.com/ (which re-directs to the non-https address)
all the links within your forum link to https addresses and that is why you get the errors.

Read through sections 2.2 and 2.3 at
http://greghelp.991552.n3.nabble.com/Embedded-Forums-and-https-td4012846.html
to check those are implemented properly on your forum and then work through Section 3 which is definitely not set right yet.
Just a Volunteer Nabble Helper - because the nice folk at Nabble have helped me!
GregHelp - Building a set of answers to Nabble FAQs.



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