• Delete User Data

    User moderators have rights to delete those users data which they can edit, even if they don’t have specific permission to delete those data. more »
  • Accessing the File Manager

    There are several ways to access the file manager. [image:1542:] Through the top most header menu, find the "More" menu and hover your cursor on it. A dropdown menu will appear, find and click on the "Files" sub-menu. This will… more »
  • Managing Photo/Media Collections

    Beyond text, b2evolution is very well suited for presenting photos, videos and other media files. There are basically 2 kinds of presentation for media content: A photoblog / media blog. In this kind of presentation you see a blog with one photo/v… more »
  • Blog ALL and Aggregating blogs

    ‘’b2evolution version 0.x & 1.x only – doe NOT apply version 2.x and above'’ Blog #1 automatically aggregates all the content of all other blogs. In B2evo 2.x & above, any blog can be set to aggregate any number of othe… more »
  • Blog All

    ‘’The "Blog All" tab was relabeled "List" beginning in version 2.0, and blog aggregation took a new approach that does not involve a Blog All pre-installed page. See List if you are using version 2.0 or higher.'’… more »
  • Editing a slug

    [image:1430:] In the action column of the slugs list you will find a pair of control icons for each row of the table. Those icons are: [image:1431:] to edit the slug and [image:1432:] to delete it. more »
  • Slugs List

    This section describe how to administer Slugs. For details about Slugs definition, uses and best practices, please refer to Generic Vocabulary > Slug. more »
  • 2. Picking a skin for your collection

    The next step is simply to pick a skin to use with your new collection: Different skins can present the same information with different designs. Sometimes they can be radically different. IMPORTANT: b2evolution may present you with skins that are not… more »
  • Group Level

    The level assigned to a User Group. Primary usage This is used primarily for user moderation. See UserModerator . The Group Level can be edited here: General Settings The group level is different from the User Level because User Moderators can change… more »
  • Moderator

    We use the convenient term "moderator" to designate a User who has been given Advanced Permissions to create and especially edit Posts? or Comments? having the Review, Member and/or Community Post/Comment visibility statuses. (Note the User m… more »
  • User Moderator

    A User with permission to moderate other Users. (See System Admin Permissions for granting this permission to a User Group). User Moderators can: View all user profiles Edit profiles or other users IF AND ONLY IF the other user is in a UserGroup with a… more »
  • Back-office

    The Back Office, also called the Admin Interface is the part of b2evolution you can access under /admin.php. It can only be accessed by Logged-in Users with appropriate permissions. See: Back-office Reference more »
  • Done!

    At this point your collection is live! You can see it in the Front Office. You can start adding content or customizing it some more, using the tabs you see on this screen… more »
  • 1. Selecting a type for the new collection

    The first step is to select the kind of collection you want to create. What you select here will preset many of your collection settings in order for your collection to behave a certain way. Nothing will be set in stone though. In b2evolution, there is… more »
  • 3. Specifying the New Collection Settings

  • About Different Blog/Collection Types

    There are four types of blogs that you can use on a domain that has b2evolution installed on it. more »
  • Changing the collection type

    This allows you to change the type of a collection. Do this for example if you started with a photo album but want to transform it into a blog. Or if you started with a blog and realize it would be better presented ad a hierarchic manual. It is… more »
  • About Blogs

    You type something in a form and hit "blog this"; in the next second it’s on your website page(s). Pages are generated dynamically. Your posts are automatically arranged by date into a template/skin you have chosen and that you can cus… more »
  • Teaser

    The Teaser part of a Post/Item is the first section of the post, i-e: the section between the beginning and the marker [teaserbreak]. By default, b2evolution will only display the "Teaser part" of a post while browsing a Blog/Collection and… more »
  • Introduction to Plugins

    Plugins allow you to extend b2evolution with features that are not included in the the core. Plugins provide additional functionality by taping into hooks that are provided by the b2evolution core. more »
  • Comment viewing options

    In this section you may define who is able to view the comments and how they will be shown. Any user: Allow any user to view all comments on… more »
  • Registration of commenters

    You can detect email addresses in comments and highlight it accordingly if you check the Email addresses option. This is checked by default. You can also setup a registration to your blog after a reader submits a comment by checking the Register after… more »
  • Front Page

    By default, collections like blogs display a list of most recent posts on their front page. But for other types of uses, it may make sense to display something else, especially a custom front page. You can set what to display on the front page on this… more »
  • Tags tab

    Using this feature it is possible to add, edit and delete tags from your site. more »
  • Clean up scheduled jobs older than a threshold

    This task allows the scheduler to clean up on itself. It will delete old completed jobs. By default it deletes completed jobs older than 45 days. It can be configued in the file conf/_avanced.php: Code/** * Cleanup scheduled jobs threshold given in… more »
  • Turn A Skin Into A Template

    ‘’This man page refers to b2evolution version, but should be applicable to most versions that support evoSkins‘’ This is useful if you want to integrate b2evolution into an existing site, and keep the same "look an… more »
  • Upgrading from 0.9.0.x to 0.9.1

    This page is about upgrading from version 0.9.0.x to 0.9.1 The latest documentation for upgrading is included in your blog bundle, in the doc directory, for example [codespan]doc/upgradefrom_b2evo.en-UK.html[/codespan]. The following documentation refe… more »
  • How to turn a Skin into a Template

    This man page refers to b2evolution version, but should be applicable to most versions that support evoSkins This is useful if you want to integrate b2evolution into an existing site, and keep the same "look and feel" throughout. It also wil… more »
  • Upgrading from version 0.8.0

    This man page refers to b2evolution version: 0.8.2-RC2 As always, it is very wise to do a backup of your current website / blog / database (depending on what you already have) before starting to install something new. Upgrading from version 0.8.0 is v… more »
  • How to upgrade a b2evo blog template to an evoSkin

    This man page refers to b2evolution version: 0.8.2-RC2 This explains how to make an evoSkin out of a regular blog template. Of course, you could also start from scratch by editing the custom skin. The idea is to customize the custom skin by using your… more »