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Here's a quick list to meditate ;)

Last edit by on January 6th, 2017

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Here are a few guidelines describing the general design philosophy of b2evolution.

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We can't provide free or cheap one-to-one support by email, private message, chat or phone. However, no matter what, we'll gladly help you if you post your question in the public support forums...

Last edit by on September 17th, 2015

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b2evolution is a CCMS: Content + Community Management Software.

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b2evolution is free software; you can get the software freely - including source code - by downloading it here; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License.

Last edit by on September 17th, 2015

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b2evolution includes all the features of traditional blog tools, and extends them with evolved features such as file & photo management, advanced skinning, multiple blogs support as well as detailed user permissions...

Last edit by on August 12th, 2017

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You must agree to these terms before you make use of the services provided by the platform.

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The following persons and organizations have indicated they can help you with installing, upgrading, moving, skins, plugins and custom solutions around b2evolution.

Last edit by on January 17th, 2017

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I've used WordPress for years (since nearly its first release), but constantly for one site from 2009-2016 (present). While WP has many features, from the ease of use in the admin to the huge variety of plugins and themes that add all sorts of useful…

Published by [Member] on July 7th, 2016

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b2evolution is a strong evolution of it's ancestor: the b2 software. Do you know what other well-known project spawned from b2 ?

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Skins / Themes  b2evolution displays all the contents it manages through Skins (also commonly called Themes). Skins control the general HTML layout of the pages being displayed to the users. But skins also control the user experience. Skins are…

Last edit by on January 5th, 2017