okay, I delved into this deeper. Ang, your tab on your blogspot page for your forum is a direct link to the forum, not they page. This is not correct. You should create the page where the tab linked to your blogspot page. Then on the blogspot page, put the embbed nabble code in the html.
I cannot get my forum to show on my blogger blog page. I copy and paste the code into a 'new post' on the blog and I just get the name of the forum with the blogger's comment box. Do I need to post a message in Nabble first?
I am sure I must be doing something silly but am completely stuck - HELP!!!
Thank you for your fast reply.
How long should I wait to see the forum embedded into my blog?
You mentioned that you fixed it by enabling https, however, so far I still only can see the link to my forum in Nabble.
Currently, there is no evidence yet that you have embedded your forum in your blog. Had it been embedded correctly and https not been implemented by Nabble you would see a simple link to your forum. If Nabble had implemented https it would display in full as my examples do in their host pages.
When you change the domain name correctly it should show your Nabble forum as this example does:
https://forum.stalhambaptist.org.uk/ (Note how the "Bulletin" sub-forum is embed in a page on the main site, but when you use the "SBC Forum" link you return to the unembedded forum.)
Here is another example where a forum is embedded in the page at:
https://www.seahawk17.org.uk/forum.php and the embedded forum is assigned to the sub-domain:
https://forum.seahawk17.org.uk/ As you see from the screenshot below the forum is "redirected" meaning that unlike the example above it is not possible to visit the forum without it displaying within the page within which it is embedded.
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