• Slug

    The slug is the last part of the URL that uniquely identifies a page/resource on your b2evolution installation. For example, if you have an URL like http://www.mysite.com/cat/subcat/hello-world, in this cas the slug is hello-world. Slugs are unique wi… more »
  • disp = user

    This Disp is used to display (read-only) the user profile of a User. If called without requesting a specific user, the profile of the Owner of the current Collection is displayed. The display is influenced by User Settings > Display and User fields.… more »
  • disp = contacts

    This Disp is used to display the list of contacts the current User as established on this b2evolution installation. This, of course, only applies as long as the particular skin you are using doesn’t completely override the behavior of… more »
  • Evobar & Back-office

    This allows to set whether or not users see the evoBar at the top of their screen when they are logged-in, and furthermore, whether or not they can access the Back Office (which is generally access through the evoBar). Restricted Back-Office access… more »
  • File Permissions

    General file access Are group members allowed to view the File Manager and use file attachment son posts? No access Different perm levels depending on Allowed File Roots. See below as well as List Of Permissions. Edit unlocked files in all File Roots.… more »
  • In-skin Action Settings

    You will find this screen in the back office under Blogs > Settings > Advanced. Only an admin with global Blog admin privileges can change this. You can turn on or off: In-skin login In-skin editing more »
  • Collection Admin

    A User who has permission to edit admin settings of a collection. Those settings are identified with a "Coll. Admin" badge. Where this permission is given This permission can be given to a group on all collections at once – see the… more »
  • Language / Locale

    Collection Locale This is the main/default language of your collection. In case you’ll be using multiple languages, think of it as the default value for any new post, or the default language if we cannot detect the User’s language (e-g:… more »
  • Cookie Settings

    These settings let you control the cookie domain and cookie path of the cookies that b2evolution will set (especially the Session Cookie?) when a user browses this collection. You should normally not change this, except if you are using multiple domains… more »
  • Canonical URL Control

    Posts / Pages If a particular post is requested with a twisted URL, do you want to automatically redirect to the right URL? It is useful if you change your URL scheme. This is also overly useful if you move posts or categories from one blog to anoth… more »
  • Tag page URLs

    This defines the URL format for disp_detail = posts-tag. more »
  • Category URLs

    This defines the URLs used for disp_detail = posts-cat, Disp Detail Posts Topcat? and disp_detail = posts-subcat. more »
  • Assets URLs / CDN support

    This allows you to use a Content Distribution Network. This is also useful in case you are using a Multi Domain Setup, so you can choose which domain to use for loading your /rsc/ assets, your /media/ files and additional assests used by /skins/. more »
  • Collection base URL

    The Collection base URL panel lets you configure what the root URL of your collection will look like. This requires Collection Admin permission. [image:4640] Collection URL name: Used to uniquely identify this collection. Appears in URLs and gets used… more »
  • Plugin Settings (Per Collection / Blog)

    The Plugin Settings tab shows a section for each installed plugin which offers collection/blog specific settings. All installed and enabled renderer plugins are by default included in this list. Also those plugins that support specific "by… more »
  • _advanced.php

    /conf/_advanced.php includes advanced settings for b2evolution. Debug $debug $debug_jslog $debugpwd $display_errors_on_production $log_app_errors Time Zone $date_default_timezone for setting a default timezone, if necessary.… more »
  • Revision History of an Item

    Note: on collections of type "Manual" the revision history can also be accessed from the front office by a link at the bottom of each page (for editors only). more »
  • IP Range Editing

    This screen allows you to edit the properties of an IP Range and see which users have registered though this IP range as well as which sessions have connected from this IP range. more »
  • Email Envelope Settings

    These settings are use when b2evolution sends out notification emails to users of the site. Sender email address This is the address that will appear in the ‘From:’ field of notification emails sent by b2evolution. Sender name This i… more »
  • Installation Guide - Getting Started

    This short guide will tell you what you need to know to install b2evolution for the first time. more »
  • Goal Tracking Panel

    This panel allow to record Goal hits to page/post views. In order to record a hit on a specific goal every time the Post or Page is displayed, do this: Create a Goal in Goal Settings. Select a Goal Category -> the final goals of that category will be… more »
  • Standard Upgrade Procedure

    The latest documentation for upgrading to a higher version is included in your blog bundle, specifically in the doc directory. For example: doc/upgradefrom_b2evo.en-UK.html. The following instructions refer to the upgrade documentation included with ver… more »
  • XML Importer

    This tool lets you import contents from an XML file. The format is compatible with WordPress exports. more »
  • Subscriptions Panel

    In this panel, you can allow users to subscribe to new content notifications. There are basically 3 types of notifications: Notifications for each new post in a collection (users subscribe to a collection) Notifications for each new comment in a… more »
  • Search Results Panel

    This panel allows you to configure how results are displayed per page on disp = search. more »
  • Free Text Widget

    This widget allows to add a free text anywhere you can add a widget. The text can be rendered by different Renderer Plugins such as Markdown or Short Links. more »
  • Menu Link or Button Widget

    Description: Display a configurable menu entry/linkParameter: Link Type - specify which section of your blog you want this widget to link to such as your blog home (default setting), archive directory, category directory and others.Parameter: Link text… more »
  • Spacer Widget

    Allow to insert vertical and/or horizontal space between other widgets. more »
  • Item Link Widget

    Allows to display the "Link to url:" of a post in any desired position (and with any desired CSS class applied). more »
  • Custom Fields

    This applies to v5. You can define custom fields in Blog Settings > Features > Posts. Custom fields can contain numbers (floating point numbers with double precision) or text strings (varchars). more »