• Tag Item Can Rate

    This template tag checks if user can rate this post. Example <source lang="php"> // Return true if user can change rate, false if he/she cannot $Item->can_rate(); </source> Parameters This tag does not accept any param… more »
  • Tag Item Can Comment

    This template tag checks if user can leave comment on this post or display error. Example <source lang="php"> $Item->can_comment( $before_error = ‘<p><em>’, $after_error = ‘</em></p>&#8217… more »
  • Tag Is Logged In

    This template tag checks if user is logged in. Example <source lang="php"> is_logged_in(); </source> Parameters This tag does not accept any parameters. Return value This function return true if a user is logged in. more »
  • Tag Display If Empty

    Display message if there are no any posts. Example <source lang="php"> <?php display_if_empty( array ( ‘before’ => ‘<p class="msg_nothing">’, ‘after’… more »
  • Tag Comment Allowed Tags

    This template tag displays allowed tags for comment. Example <source lang="php"> comment_allowed_tags( $format = ‘htmlbody’ ); </source> Parameters <table border="1"> <tr> <th>Nam… more »
  • Tag Credits

    Display credits. You can limit (and even disable) the number of links being displayed by its tag though the Admin interface: ‘Blog Settings > Advanced > Software credits’ Example <source lang="php"> // Display add… more »
  • Tag Blog Tagline

    Display tagline of the blog. This tagline can be edited by the blog owner in the admin interface under ‘Blog Settings > General > Tagline’. Example <source lang="php"> <?php $Blog->tagline( array(… more »
  • Tag Blog Name

    Display name of the blog. This name can be edited by the blog owner in the admin interface under ‘Blog Settings > General > Title’. Example <source lang="php"> <?php $Blog->name( array( ‘b… more »
  • Tag Blog Longdesc

    Display long description of the blog. This long description can be edited by the blog owner in the admin interface under ‘Blog Settings > General > Long Description. Example <source lang="php"> <?php $Blog->longd… more »
  • Tag Blog Home Link

    Display a link to the current blog. This tag can display a link to the home if no blog is currently active or a link to a blog if there is an active blog. Example <source lang="php"> blog_home_link( $before = ‘’, $after… more »
  • Tag Blog Footer

    ‘’b2evolution version 2.4′’ This [[TemplateTags|template tag]] displays the footer text of the current Blog. This footer text can be edited by the blog owner in the admin interface under Blog Settings > Advanced > [[Blog_m… more »
  • Tag Blog Contact Link

    This [[TemplateTags|template tag]] displays a link leading to the contact form for the owner of the current Blog. Example <source lang="php"> <?php $Blog->contact_link( array( ‘before’ => ‘ &#82… more »
  • Tag Request Title

    Display a global title matching filter params Example <source lang="php"> <title> <?php request_title( array( ‘auto_pilot’ => ’seo_title’, ‘title_single_before’ => $Blo… more »
  • Validate as XHTML

    What is XHTML? XHTML is the next generation of HTML and is a hybrid between HTML and XML. XML was designed to describe data. HTML was designed to display data. XHTML is much stricter than HTML. Not all browsers support XML so XHTML provides an intermed… more »
  • Skin Checklist

    Use this checklist to make sure your skin is ready for distribution. General * Did you include the EvoBar? ** Does it display correctly when logged in? All "global" styles that impact the evobar need to be made more specific, for example… more »
  • Pro WordPress Theme Conversion

    The quick tips on WordPress Themes? can be used to get a quick working prototype in b2evolution. However, for professional skins converted from WordPress themes, you will also want to look at the following: * Use the "evopress" skin in b2evo… more »
  • Edit Evoskins

    CSS files Being able to change between pre-made evoskins is great, but sometimes you want to customize your skin a little further. If you just want to change colors, column widths or background images, then all you need to do is edit the css file for… more »
  • Working With Skins

    An evoSkin is actually a collection of templates and subtemplates which control the layout of your blog. Skins are the easiest way to customize your blog because they are already packaged for use. Skins in b2evolution are roughly the equivalent of what… more »
  • Upgrade Skin from 0.9.2 to 1.8 Head LineByLine

    This page shows a line by line description of the changes to the head generating portion of your _main.php file, and what you need to change to upgrade your skin from 0.9.2 to 1.8. If you do not have any custom tags in your personalized skin you can fo… more »
  • Upgrade Skin from 0.9.2 to 1.8 Head All

    If you have a personalized skin that worked well with the 0.9.2 ([http://prdownloads.sourceforge.net/evocms/b2evolution-0.9.2-2006-05-22.zip?download Sparkle]) release, this guide will show you what you need to do in order to make your skin work with th… more »
  • Upgrade Skin from 0.9.2 to 1.8 Support Files

    This page shows changes you need to make, files you can delete, and files you need to add in order to upgrade your personalized skin from 0.9.2 to the 1.8 version of b2evolution. These changes are only part of the whole! You must also upgrade your ski… more »
  • Upgrade from 2.x to 3.x

    Skins Upgrade b2evolution 2.x skins should work in b2evolution 3.x without modification. (see below if you have issues with the menu bar) However, if you want to take advantage of all the new features in b2evolution 3.0 you may need to add a few skin… more »
  • Upgrade from 1.6.x to 1.8.x

    Skins Most skin files are the same, however there are small differences in _main.php . If you have only small customizations to your 1.6 skin, it may be easier to just take a default 1.8 skin and apply the modifications again. Otherwise, if you want… more »
  • Upgrade from 1.10.x to 2.0.x

    Settings required after the Upgrade * All your blogs will be assigned to the default skin again * Go to Global Settings > Skins and install any third party/custom skin you want to use; you may also remove skins you don’t want to use * Go to… more »
  • Upgrade from 0.9.x to 2.x

    These guidelines were provided by Dave Kulju This isn’t a comprehensive list but here are some of the ones I remember… <source lang="php"> php skinbase() </source> changed to <source lang="php">… more »
  • Upgrade from 0.9.x to 1.8.x

    Make sure you start by following the [[Upgrade_from_an_older_version|general upgrade procedure]]. Once the new version is installed, you may need the information below for fine tuning… Stub files Overall, stub files remain the same. However,… more »
  • Upgrade from 0.9.x to 1.6 alpha

    Skins If you use a custom skin, at the very minimum, you’ll have to change the following: * Replace the part <nowiki><base href="<?php skinbase() ?>" … /></nowiki> just with <nowiki><?php s… more »
  • Upgrade from 0.9.x to 1.10.3 or 2.4rc2

    Upgrade from 0.9.x to 1.10.3 or 2.4rc2 If you are still running a 0.* version you NEED to upgrade. EVERYTHING from back then is obsolete and unsupported, and more importantly you’re missing out on lots of really cool stuff. Now that we know you&#… more »
  • Upgrade Skin from 1.6 to 1.8

    If you already have a personalized skin that works with b2evolution 1.6 and you now want to upgrade it to work with 1.8, then this guide shows you how. Luckily, there’s not much to it. Head plugin hook There’s a new plugin hook that allo… more »
  • Upgrading from version 0.8.9

    This page is about upgrading from version 0.8.9 to 0.9 Please see the instructions bundled with the distribution for general upgrade instructions and come back here once you have finished general upgrade. Default skin In some situations, you may ge… more »