It's general error, we are not able to predict what was the reason. In the case of developer help, we can help you with the problem, as I wrote in the previous post, you can always use the developer support services.
If you provide valid MongoDB connection string, it will work. We use the MongoDB library, so it should support each type of valid connection strings.
Sorry, but I'm not a Docker specialist, so I'm not able to help you. Maybe there is someone smarter in Docker management.
We don't use DataTables in GrandNode. Is it related with GrandNode plugin?
By default it should be disabled. If you download clean source code from GitHub or downloadable section on our page you should be able to run it. Docker is optional.
Can you reach us at email@example.com?
Well, it's problem related with Safari itself, not with GrandNode. Open the following link on your iPhone - https://developers.google.com/speed/webp/gallery1. I'm pretty sure that images on the right side won't be visible. What's the funniest thing, in the development version of GrandNode, we've changed the library responsible for images. And pictures resized by SkiaSharp are shown correctly. Problem is with the webp base picture. As on the Google page.
I'm not able to support your custom modifications in application. If you receive any errors, post them here and community will be able to help you. If some bug appears in default installation of GrandNode, we will fix it, but please send us a step by step guide how to simulate it.
It's behavior on default GrandNode installation? How can I simulate it?
Translations come from our Crowdin profile.
Here is the project: https://crowdin.com/project/grandnode