• CMS

    Content Management System. b2evolution is a CMS. more »
  • Comment

    When a Post is published on a Blog, SiteVisitors? as well as SiteUsers? can leave comments on that post (unless the option is turned off). Comments typically appear under the post. more »
  • Photoblog

    A Blog used to primarily showcase a collection of photos. A Photoblog will generally use a Skin? optimized for viewing photos. more »
  • Blog Client

    Piece of software allowing to manage a blog remotely. Typically a desktop application. Example: w.bloggar more »
  • Link Blog

    A link blog is a Blog used to record links (URLs) of interest. The links can then be displayed by date, by category, or other... A link blog can be used as a Blogroll. more »
  • Blog Roll

    A blogroll is a list of Blogs a Blogger is reading on a regular basis and wants to share with SiteVisitors. A blogroll is just a form of LinkBlog that is probably less frequently updated. A blogroll will typically be displayed as a sidebar to a main b… more »
  • Blog Member

    A blog member is a SiteMember who has been given any access permission to a Blog. A blog member is able to view ProtectedPost?s, contrary to non members of the blog. more »
  • Post

    Synonym for Item or Article. more »
  • Blogger

    A person who publishes on a Blog. Wikipedia Synonym for Author. more »
  • Themes

    In b2evolution, a theme is called a Skin. By the way: did you know that b2evolution pioneered the concept of Skins 2 years before WordPress started supporting themes? You might be interested in this: Evolution of b2, 180° from WordPress!. more »
  • UI

    UI means User Interface, i-e the menus, forms, buttons, links and other elements that let you interact with b2evolution. more »
  • Logged-in User

    A logged-in User is a Site Visitor who has identified herself with the User Credentials? (login and password) of her User Account. more »
  • Quick moderation

    A mechanism that lets Moderators approve or reject comments very quickly with 2 clicks starting from their email notifications. This feature includes a link in the new comment email notifications that let the authorized users to directly moderate a… more »
  • Inline position

    The Inline is a position that could be set to files linked to an item in the Post Attachments Fieldset, and let you to show the file directly in the text of the item. Currently, this position may be assigned only to image files. If you want to know more… more »
  • Album art position

    The file set as Album art position is shown as the thumbnail of an Album/Item at the Photo Albums Skin. Only one file could be set on this position and it will not be displayed explicitly in the album. more »
  • After more position

    Files set as "After more" position at the Linked Files Manager are shown in the disp=single? screen after the tag <!-- more -->. In those cases when the item does not content the mentioned tag, then the files are shown right at the end o… more »
  • Teaser position

    Image files set as "Teaser" position are meant to be the reference for the item whose they are linked to. In most cases, this image appears at the top of the item, when it is displayed on the disp=single? screen. Also, at the disp=posts? scree… more »
  • Fallback position

    When a plugin can not handle a file but contains a fallback mechanism, then it will search in between the linked files to the item for any file suitable to retry whatever process it does. The potential files will be those whose name is exactly the same… more »
  • HTTP Referer

    The HTTP Referer header is a header that is transmitted with the HTTP request when a link is clicked on one page and a new page is requested through HTTP. This allows Analytics to track where a user is coming from or what path a user is following on th… more »
  • APM

    APM means Application Performance Monitoring. It consists of monitoring the performance of your application (here b2evolution) on your Web Server. b2evolution natively supports monitoring with New Relic. more »
  • Full-Access Collection Admins

    A User part of a User Group which has "full access" permission to edit all Collections (and all their properties). more »
  • Photoblogging

    Photoblogging (or moblogging) can be achieved in b2evolution. Read [http://forums.b2evolution.net/viewtopic.php?t=724 the following forum thread] for details. [[Category:Multimedia]] more »
  • Skin or evoSkin

    A Skin or evoSkin in b2evolution is what gives its particular look and feel to a Blog or to a Collection of any kind. Some Skins specialize in displaying a Photoblog, a Forum or an Online Manual whereas many Skins are more generic and may work for a wi… more »
  • Website

    A website is a set of WebPages? you can access on the Internet by using a WebBrowser? on your computer, smartphone, tablet device, connected web-TV and possibly some other web-enabled devices. more »
  • Editor

    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 »
  • Owner

    a User with special privileges. In b2evolution there are basically two contexts for a Owner: Collection Owner: The owner of a Collection will have almost all permissions on that Collection’s settings and contents. A few special settings (which are… more »
  • Back-Link

    Backlink is the term some use for the link in your skin to b2evolution.net. Giving credit to the b2evolution project is not a requirement of using the software, but forum users are not required to help you either. Users who are willing to have that link… more »
  • Extra Categories

    Extra categories are the secondary categories underwhich an Item/Post is filed. For example, if you are writing a Post about a good digital camera, you might want to file it under the MainCategory photography and the Extra Categories shopping and multi… more »
  • Main Category

    It's the principal Category under which an Item/Post is filed. e.g. photography. See also: ExtraCategories more »
  • Site Visitor

    A site visitor is anyone accessing Items through the (or one of the) public URL(s) of the Binder those Items belong to. more »