• Fighting SPAM with .htaccess

    Keeping the spammers at bay with a hardened .htaccess should be your first line of defense with any web site. So let’s get started! Restricting Where Comments Originate From Everyone likes comments, but no-one wants comment spam. The simple… more »
  • External Feeds

    ‘’b2evolution version 2.4.6′’ The External Feeds fieldset is part of the Blog Properties since b2evo version 2.4.6. This is useful when you use an external service such as Feedburner to manage your RSS feeds. In this case, ent… more »
  • After each new post

    Here you can set up your collection to notify various services when you publish a new post. See weblogs.com and blo.gs for information about such services. All installed "ping plugins" will be listed in this panel. By checking/uncheking them,… more »
  • Collection Owner

    The Blog Owner or Collection Owner is the User? designated as the Owner if the Global Blog / Collection Settings. more »
  • Same owner's collections list Widget

    This widget will display a list of all collection that have the same owner as the current one. This can be useful as a navigation menu. more »
  • General Settings

    This panel allows to set general settings for the User Group. Group Name In b2evolution v6.6.4, the default groups are set up as follows: 1 Administrators 2 Moderators 3 Editors 4 Normal Users 5 Misbehaving/Suspect Users 6 Spammers/Restricted Users… more »
  • About Customization

    You can control every aspect of your blog’s functionality and appearance through several levels on customization: Backoffice settings Widgets Skins / Themes Skin parameters Plugins Customizing or Developing your own skins We… more »
  • International Manuals

    This page is for linking manuals and tutorials in other languages. (Full length tutorials or sites on b2evolution only; not for individual blog posts) If you want to start a manual/help site in your own language, please let us know. more »
  • Timeouts

    This section contains two fields that you can set to change your timeout settings. Reload-page timeout This is where you change the timeout settings in reloading your blog’s pages. You can change both the minutes and the seconds settings but the… more »
  • Locales Tab

    Using the Locales tab, you can set your default locale for your blog posts. You can also enable several locales from a list of locales and create your own locale too, if you wish to. Regional Settings In the Regional Settings section, you can choose t… more »
  • Organizations tab

    The "Organizations tab" is meant to be a another way to classify users inside the site, from this view could be created as many organization as wished, and the stored information for anyone of them is: the name of the organization and the URL… more »
  • Accessible file roots

    This section is where you can configure what directories will be accessible to the users. [image:1561:] Options: Enable blog directories - check to enable root directories for blogs.Enable user directories - check to enable root directories for users… more »
  • File Settings

    The default settings may work fine for you, but if you want more control or if you have any problems, you can configure it through the Settings tab. [image:1563:] On the Settings tab there are four sections: Accessible file roots - this section is wh… more »
  • The File Manager

    The file manager provides a way to upload files and keep them organized. How to access the File Manager There are two ways to access the file manager. * Click on the Files tab, or * In the Write tab, click the Files button to the left of the Sa… more »
  • Backup tab

  • GeoIP plugin - Find Registration Country for all Users

    The GeoIP Plugin let automatically find out all the users without registration country and compare the IP address from they created their account or connected to the site from the first time, compare it against the database and try to match it… more »
  • Remote Publishing XML-RPC

  • HTML messages

    Your email inbox could support both HTML or plain text emails. In this section you are able to add some restrictions to HTML emails. Enable HTML messages: if this field is checked, then your b2evolution site will accept HTML formatted emails to be… more »
  • Posting settings

    With these parameters you are able to control the b2evolution’s behaviour after connecting to your email account and seek your inbox. In plain words, how to find the emails to be posted and how to post them. Default category: the ID of the… more »
  • General settings

    The parameters below will let your b2evolution site to connect with your email account in order to look for potential emails to be published. Enable Post by email: make this feature available. No matter if the Create posts by email scheduled job is… more »
  • Plugins Available For Installation

    1 The name of the plugin. If you click on any of them, it will redirect you to the information view of about the plugin. A short description about the plugin. The version of the plugin. Help icons. The info icon will shows you basic informatio… more »
  • Regional Currencies list

  • Countries tab

    In this list you can: Enable / Disable countries you want to appear in select lists Determine Preferred countries that will always appear at top of lists Set a trust status for each country: Unknown, Trusted, Suspect, Blocked Blocked Count… more »
  • Regional Regions list

  • Regional Sub-regions list

  • Regional Countries tab

  • Locale Form

    You can create your own locales for your blog. Here’s how to proceed. As admin, go to ‘System’ then click on the ‘Regional’ tab. At the bottom of the page, you will see a ‘Create new locale’ button. Clicking th… more »
  • Email Service Settings

    This section is only available after enabling the SMTP Gateway feature. Decide which email service would you like to use as default. The available options are: Regular PHP "mail" function and SMTP gateway. There is also a parameter to force a… more »
  • Return-Path Configuration

    Settings to decode the returned emails Enabled: Note: This feature needs the php_imap extension (currently loaded). Retrieval method: Choose a method to retrieve the emails. Mail Server: Hostname or IP address of your incoming mail server. P… more »
  • Returned emails