• 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 »
  • Author

    A person who publishes Items in a Binder. more »
  • Section

    A section is an element of the hierarchy subdividing a Binder. A section can contain subsections to an infinite nesting level. more »
  • Admin Interface

    A synonym for the Back-office. more »
  • Article

    Synonym for Item. more »
  • Item

    A single entry in a Binder, mainly consisting of an ItemTitle? and an ItemText?. It has a unique ID as well as several other properties like: an IssueDate. a main Section cross references to extra Sections zero, one or several Categorie… more »
  • Command Line Tools for localization

    GNU Gettext This will allow you to use the xgettext tool to extracts strings from PHP files. New versions of b2evolution will be able to do this by introspection but just in case you need it in the meantime… If you’re on OS X, you can… more »
  • Issue Date

    Datetime at which an Item has been or will be made available to the Site Visitors. more »
  • Working with the Open Graph Protocol

    The Open Graph Protocol intends to turn any website in a social graph. The main idea behind this movement is to provide a simple and common way to share contents through social networks, letting social network providers to be able to manage incoming… more »
  • Make a Backup

    A b2evolution blog is made up of two distinct parts: the b2evolution program files (which includes your site layout, the backoffice, etc.) and your MySQL? database (which contains all your posts, comments, users, but not your uploaded files/images). Wh… more »
  • How do I find the URL of an image hosted in my site?

    If you need to find out the URL of any image hosted in your b2evolution site, all you need to do is follow these steps: Go to the File manager and find the image. Click on the thumbnail of the image to open it in a modal window. Ckick the link… more »
  • Using Plugins

    Plugins allow you to extend the functionality of your blog. more »
  • Collection Cache Settings

    ā€˜ā€™b2evolution version 4.1′ā€™ The Caching fieldset is part of the Blog Properties? since b2evo version 3.x. These settings control [[Caching_and_cache_levels#High_level_caches|High level caches]] for the current Blog. Starting iā€¦ more »
  • Include an image rollover in a post

    In this simple tutorial you will learn how to include rollover images in your posts. The final result will be having and image like this more »
  • Uploading large files

    I can’t upload big size pictures and graphics even though my web server has unlimited upload For upload size issues, go to Global Settings > Files > File creation options > Maximum upload filesize and setup your upload limit size. more »
  • Display Recent Posts In The Sidebar

    b2evo 2.x and above Using the widgets system, you should add to your sidebar container a ‘'’Post list”’ widget. In 3.x series you can use the ‘'’Simple Post list”’ widget to include the recent posts from… more »
  • How to set up Google Analytics

    Generate your tracking code snippet The Google Analytics documentation about how to generate your tracking code snippet can be found here: http://support.google.com/analytics/bin/answer.py?hl=en&answer=1008080 The code snippet will look somethin… more »
  • Migrating from Another System

    Importing Posts and Comments b2evolution has some built in importing features which you can use or modify to help import your blog from another blogging system. Importing from Movable Type # Use MT’s export functionality to create a .TXT file co… more »
  • Migrating from Blogger

    See this forum thread for instructions on how to migrate from Blogger. more »