• Default collections

    Default collection to display This is the collection that will be displayed by default when accessing the homepage of the whole site ($baseurl). Collection for info pages (& shared content blocks) If a collection is selected here, all Standalone… more »
  • Guided Tour - Taking Control

    This page will guide you through the process of taking control of your site. We will show you: How to customize your site; How to add & remove collections; How to change the look & feel; How to add & remove content. At the end of this guide… more »
  • Guided Tour - Back-Office

    In this page, we will walk you through the Back-Office a.k.a. the Admin Interface. This is the place where you do all the administrative tasks that the general public of your site doesn’t have access to. (Note that you can actually set very… more »
  • Content & Privacy Issues

    If you are reading this, you have likely stumbled upon an issue with content published on a website powered by b2evolution. Please understand that b2evolution is free software that anyone can [http://b2evolution.net/downloads/index.html download] and t… more »
  • Display options

    This section contains thee fields that you can set to change your display settings. Default blog to display This blog will be displayed on index.php. Create new blog ยป Order blogs by Select default blog list order. Order direction Select defaul… more »
  • Workflow Features Panel

    This option enables the Workflow View tab and the Workflow Panel. When this is enabled, properties like Priority, Status and Deadline may be assigned to posts. It is also possible to assign posts to specific users. This option is disabled by default.… more »
  • Workflow Panel

    This Panel can appear in the backoffice and in the front office when Worfklow is enabled in Workflow Settings. [image:7758] more »
  • Managing post statuses

    Posts statuses can be assigned to individual posts when the Workflow feature is enabled in the Workflow Features Panel. This screen allows to edit the possible statuses that can be assigned to posts. [image:4174] more »
  • Multiple authors

    When your blog is meant to be managed by several users with different kind of permissions, this parameters could be useful: Use advanced perms: checking this you will enable two additional tabs to control specific permissions level applied over… more »
  • Item Voting Options

    This section allows to determine if users can cast votes on Items/Posts. You can allow them to cast positive, neutral and/or negative votes. more »
  • Item Subscriptions

    In this panel you can choose if Users are allowed subscribe to email notifications for Items/Posts. See also Subscriptions Panel for more options. more »
  • Post Status Form

    Each Post can have only one current status. Each Post Status is basically just a name (or a tag if you will) that you can assign to posts. However, this screen also lets you enable which item types accept which post statuses. This is useful to narrow… more »
  • Comments / Feedback Area

    Note that comments can be disabled at the Post level, the Post Type level or the Collection level. When comments are enabled, you will see something like this under each post: Logged-in users [image:4954:] Anonymous users For anonymous users the form… more »
  • Campaigns for a List

    This screen shows all email Campaigns for a given email List: [image:7750] The columns display the following info: ID: Internal Campaign ID, used in all tracking links. Date: Date the campaign was created List: List the campaign is attached to. Note… more »
  • List Subscribers

    This screen shows the lost of all subscribers to the current List. You can filter this list with a variety of filters. [image:7752] Columns displayed: Login, First name, Last name, Nickname, email : self explanatory Subscribed: Is this user still… more »
  • Automations for a List

    This screen shows all Automations that are set up for the current email List: [image:7751] Params shown on this list: ID: Internal ID Name: Internal Name, used only in back-office. Tied to Lists: an automation can be tied to several lists (which allows… more »
  • Email List General Settings

    When you edit an email list, the first sub tab are the General Settings: [image:7749] Here are the general settings you can edit for each list: Active: if a List is inactive, users can no longer subscribe to it Name: Short name of the list, used in… more »
  • List of email lists

    In b2evolution 6.10, b2evolution can handle an infinite number of separate email lists. You can create new lists and provide different ways for your users to subscribe to these lists (automatic, widgets, inline short tags…) [image:7748] Here are… more »
  • Return-Path Processing Overview

    Here is a quick overview of how email processing works. more »
  • Scheduled job settings

    This page recaps all settings possible for the various possible scheduled jobs. more »
  • Scheduled jobs list

    Description of the Scheduled jobs list Each line represents a job that is pending (waiting to be executed), currently executing (started), or has already executed: Finished, Timed out & Error. Planned at sows you at which time the task is (or was)… more »
  • Poll Form

    Creating a Poll [image:7747] When you create a poll you can enter: A poll owner who will later be able to manage the poll answers; A poll question. For example: "What’s your favorite car brand?"; The number of answers allowed per user;… more »
  • Retrieve a Post (REST)

    GET /api/v1/collections//posts/ This is the API equivalent of disp = single. Post properties in the Response Name Type Description id integer Post ID datestart datetime Date of start publishing urltitle string Slug type string… more »
  • List Posts (REST)

    GET|POST /api/v1/collections//posts? This is the API equivalent of disp = posts. See: URL Parameters. Note: It doesn’t support param types, because it keeps only content post types, and excludes pages, intros, sidebar… more »
  • Guided Tour - The Invisibles

    b2evolution actually includes quite a few invisible features. This guide will reveal them to you so that you know they are there when you need them: Responsive images When you upload images to b2evolution, it will store the original high resolution file… more »
  • Getting Help

    Got a question? Got a problem? Where can you find help? more »
  • The In-skin Edit Screen

    The In-skin Edit Screen is the easiest way to edit content but it may not be available in the Evo Skin you are currently using. more »
  • Search Results Panel

    This panel allows you to configure how results are displayed per page on disp = search. Number of results per search results page Search results sort order What types of contents to include in search results (Posts / Comments / Categories / Tags) more »
  • Targeted CSS Selectors

    Many things can be customized very precisely by the use of smart CSS selectors. To that extent you can leverage the CSS classes that b2evolution adds to the <body> element. For example the homepage may have: HTML<body… more »
  • Template Tags

    This page describes the functions used within a [[Skins_2.0|skin template (v 2.x)]] in order to inject the dynamic data into your blog design. (For versions 1.x, please see [[Main.php_functions]]) Below is a listing of available template tags linking t… more »