Change the link "Exit to blogs" to point to the active blog, i.e. if admin is browsing blog2 in backend, exit link points to $blog2url instead of $blogurl.
Category: "Not popular but good idea"
Subscribing to comments would help users to get all the comments to a particular post.
- a list of all subscribed posts
- confirm email (this should then be used for registering users as well)
- password (to maintain the list of subscriptions and the account)
- the account would be of course a "normal" user, so we would simply enhance the current user management with this
It would be useful to be able to specify your own password for the admin account, rather than having a random password. This would eliminate users forgetting to copy the password before they eagerly click on login.
With alot of MT users choosing WP, I think an import script for WP is going to be needed in the next few weeks, when they decide that it doesn't have enough features for them.
1. Highlight searched keywords.
2. Search comments as well as posts
3. Results page span a.k.a. define limit of results per page.
4. Search all blogs; do not restrict to active blog (optional)
with the search function there should be the ability to search for users, like with categories.
Check a user (or more) in a checkbox list will only result in posts by this user, where additionally search criterias would/can also apply, of course.
Somewhat related (Dynamic author list).
For exemple, you have a typical Weblog, with categories and subcategories, where you write about that topics.
And you have another Blog in order to manage your favourite links associated to the same category tree, so that it would be desirable to be able to show the posts for category "Computers" in the first weblog, and also the links for "Computers" in the same page, at the right side, for exemple (or a link to that other blog category content).
I do not know if I'm being clear enough. My pourpose is just that: I have a "main" weblog, and also I want to build two or three other blogs (links, articles,...) "connected" with the main one.
I thought I could get that result thanks to b2evo functionality of several weblogs showed in the same page and —I thought— "connected" between them (so that if you are seing category 1 of blog A, you can also see or have a link to category 1 of blog B ). That kind of things, you know.
I think from a legal standpoint, users should be pointed to the ToS regarding antispam and the recently updated list before they install, either on the first b2evo page, or on the install page. This would avoid any possible problems with users not reading them before they install.
This could be supplemented with an option to install with these options turned off by default. I guess this needs to wait until the option to enable / disable antispam is moved to the database.