• Facebook Like Widget

    This widget displays a link to like the current page (URL) on Facebook, using the standard Facebook javascript widget. more »
  • Breadcrumb Path Widget

    Displays a breadcrumb path from the category root to the current post, going through sub-categories. (By default, this uses the main category of the post being displayed. Then it recurses back to the root.) more »
  • Content Hierarchy Widget

    This widget displays the content hierarchy of the current collection. The content hierarchy is a mix of the Categories, sub-categories and the Posts they contain. The depth of the tree can be configured. more »
  • Free HTML Widget

    This widget will display any HTML code you want. You can basically use it anywhere. more »
  • Common Navigation Links Widget

    This widget displays common navigation links such as "Recently", "Archives", "Categories", "Latest Comments"… This widget is not very useful any more since we have a "Menu" container that allows to… more »
  • Category List Widget

    This widget displays a (hierarchic) list of all the categories of the current collection. Clicking a category filters the posts on the selected category. Params Block title - specify the title that you want this widget to display in your blog (default… more »
  • Search Form widget

    This widget displays a search form (for the current collection). Params Block title - specify the title that you want this widget to display in your blog (default entry: Search)Button name - specify the text that you want to appear on the button for… more »
  • "My Profile" Menu Link widget

    This widget displays a configurable menu entry for "My profile". This differs from normal menu links because it can have a mini profile picture in front of it. It is typically reserved for use in a Menu like the "Menu" container. If… more »
  • Messaging Menu Link widget

    Description: Messages or Contacts menu entry/linkParameter: Link Type - specify which section of your blog you want this widget to link to such as messages (default setting) or contacts and others.Parameter: Link text - the text that will appear on the… more »
  • Upgrading your database to UTF-8

    Nowdays using UTF-8 as character encondig is almost a must. If you want to know what we are talking about please read this: UTF-8 Encoding and is you need to go a little deeper, please try with this: Unicode. No that we are in context then is good to l… more »
  • I'm having weird redirect issues

    If you’re having redirects you can’t explain, especially redirect loops, check the following: Clear your cache If you are having redirects you should not have, first clear your browser cache. Completely! If a wrong redirect is set once as a… more »
  • Where are the skin files?

    All the files related to Skins/Themes are located in a sub-folder called /skins/ at the root of your b2evolution installation. In this folder, you will find on sub-folder for each skin. For example, if you use the EvoPress skin, you will want to look i… more »
  • Template functions

    This man page refers to b2evo version 0.9.0.11 This is a list of functions you can use in templates. They are sorted by purpose. Note: There is also an obsolete manual page that may still have some interesting info. For more information about how to… more »
  • Introducing Stub Files

    ‘’b2evolution version 2.4 - See also files 1.x?‘’ In a nutshell A stub file is used to anchor a particular blog in a particular location of your website. For example, if you want your blog about beer to be located at http://… more »
  • Introducing evoSkins

    This man page refers to b2evolution version: 0.9 What are evoSkins? evoSkins are skins for your b2evolution blog. If you've ever used any skin-enabled software (like WinAMP) you probably get the idea! In a nutshell, evoSkins have two main benefits… more »
  • Global Hits Summary

    The Summary sub-tab shows a table of daily totals of each type of hit on your site. If you’re looking for the total number of visits of all types to your site, look in the right column. You’ll also find a red X, which you can click to dele… more »
  • Advanced Upload

    Most of the time you won’t want to use this screen to upload! Instead, use the drag & drop area from the File Manager main screen. This screen lets you upload multiple files by changing the name and setting properties during the upload. It… more »
  • Robot hits

    For each blog you can see a graph of robot hits by day, that is search engine crawlers (that identify itself as it) coming to index your blog(s). more »
  • File Root

    The /media/ directory contains different subfolders that represent different File Roots. Each file root contains a different hierarchy of files and has different access permissions. In the File Manager there is a drop down menu which allows you to… more »
  • OVH.com - Creating a database

    This page explains how to create a MySQL database if your web host is OVH. If the contents of this page don’t make sense, start with the Installation Guide first. The screenshots are in French because OVH is mostly used in France. 0) Open the OVH… more »
  • I need further assistance...

    There are several FAQs in this manual: FAQ on b2evolution in general FAQ on Installation / Upgrade FAQ on Using b2evolution If you can’t find an answer in any of these, please ask your question in the forums. more »
  • Base URL

    Base URL of b2evolution The Base URL of your b2evolution installation is the web address you use to access the directory where b2evolution is installed on your web server. When you type this URL into a web browser you access the default collection/blog… more »
  • Migrating from MovableType

    There’s an import script, available through the Tools Tab in the BackOffice? that lets you import your MovableType blog into b2evolution. [[Category:Upgrade]] [[Category:Migration]] [[Category:Importing]] more »
  • Category pages

    The following parameters could be set for the category pages of your site: Category URLs: how to format the URL of the category directory Use param: cat ID. E-g: http://example.com/blog1.php?cat=123 Use extra-path: sub-category. E-g:… more »
  • Blog or Weblog

    A weblog (often web log or blog) is a website which contains periodic, reverse chronologically ordered posts on a common webpage. Individual posts (which taken together are the weblog) either share a particular theme, or a single or small group of… more »
  • I get file permission errors. How do I fix them?

    Please see the following pages: Directory And File Permissions Media File Permission Errors ((security/)) more »
  • FTP

    FTP means "File Transfer Protocol". It is used to transfer files from one computer to another over the internet. In the context of using b2evolution, you may need FTP to transfer the b2evolution files from your home/work computer to your web… more »
  • Translation Guidelines

    These guidelines are for Translators. What tool to use As explained here, the best way to work on translation for your language is to use the Transifex online service. Transifex has the following distinctive features: If multiple translators translate… more »
  • Plugin / Apply Rendering

    ‘'’Apply rendering”’ defines when a Plugin? should apply to rendering. This is currently only used when [[Item|Items]] get displayed ("rendered"). This setting can be changed in the [[Settings_tab#Plugins|Plugin Setti… more »
  • Internationalization (i18n) Guidelines

    General Rule All strings in PHP that need to be translated to a different language should be included in the T_() function like this: on your strings. This is the case for: Debug messages, including: all messages that appear in the debug info at the… more »