• Plugin API for item settings

    Each plugin may set its own settings for the items. These settings will be stored in the database and can be requested any time, when the Item object is available. How to set a custom setting: PHP$Item->set_setting( 'setting_name', $setti… more »
  • Image Sizes

    In several places, b2evolution lets you select an "Image Size" a.k.a. "Thumbnail Size" for the images you display. In the name of the sizes you will find the following: type : fit will preserve the image dimensions ratio a… more »
  • Locale Date Time Format Strings

    The following characters are recognized in the format strings while creating / editing a Locale a - "am" or "pm" A - "AM" or "PM" B - Swatch Internet time c - ISO 8601 date (Requires PHP 5); i.e. "2004-02… more »
  • Technical Documentation

    The Technical Documentation is where you can find information about the code of b2evolution, extracted directly from the code itself but placed together in a readable and rich envrionment. It is useful to find events that your plugins can use, or inform… more »
  • Date Format

    b2evolution accepts the [http://php.net/date standard PHP date format syntax] as well as some extended format options in order to handle translated/localized names for days & months. There should be a table of PHP date formats here + b2evo specific… more »
  • Roadmap & Unified Process

    People often ask about a roadmap for b2evolution. How odd! Not only don’t we have a roadmap, but we certainly don’t plan having one. Sounds amateurish to you? Read on! b2evolution development embraces the Unified Process approach to softw… more »
  • Charset Handling

    Input/Output Charset b2evolution 1.8 and above will attempt to convert all data it outputs to the ‘'’$io_charset”’ . Versions 0.x did not do any conversion. Charset conversion requires that the PHP mb_strings extension is avai… more »
  • URL Parameters

    This man page refers to b2evolution version: 1.6 "phoenix" b2evolution relies a lot on the querystring, these variables passed with the URL (note: to pass variables in the querystring, preceed the first variable name with a '?' question mark and every… more »

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