• This panel contains options for allowing cross-posting between collections and redirection based on requested item slug. more »
  • The Categories Panel allows you to set where an Item/Post appears in your Content Hierarchy (Categories and Sub-Categories). more »
  • 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 »
  • Available in an upcoming release Will be released in one of the 7.0.x versions. This allows to control the prefix that is used for clean user profile URLs of the form: http://domain.com/user:mary more »
  • This defines the URL format for disp = single. more »
  • This defines the URL format for disp_detail = posts-tag. more »
  • This defines how the URLs used for disp_detail = posts-cat, disp_detail = posts-topcat and disp_detail = posts-subcat are generated and accessed. more »
  • This panel allows you to choose between using a query param or extra path for date archive URLs. more »
  • This allows you to use a Content Distribution Network (CDN). 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 assets used by /skins/. more »
  • 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. more »
  • This panel allows you to select when you want the current collection to appear and also set the order it will appear in the list of collections. more »
  • When duplicating a collection, this panel gives you the option to duplicate the original collection's contents and/or comments. more »
  • The Main locale for your collection will be the default language/locale for new posts and also the default language/locale for the navigation links, comment forms, etc. more »
  • Main configuration parameters for the current collection. Settings that can be configured in this panel includes: collection logo/image, title, short name, URL "filename", favicon, and collection section. more »
  • This panel lets you create some demo content to try out when creating a new collection. more »
  • This allows you to change the type of a collection. Do this for example if you started with a photo album but want to transform it into a blog. Or if you started with a blog and realize it would be better presented as a hierarchic manual. more »
  • This panel displays the type of the current collection. more »
  • Widget output can be cached in memory on the server using the BlockCache (requires a memory cache like APC to be installed). more »
  • This screen displays a gallery of skins that are available for installation. The gallery of skins can be filtered based on skin type and collection kind. more »
  • This screen shows the system properties of a skin. These properties apply to the skin globally, regardless of how many times it is used and in which collections it is used. more »
  • This screen lists and lets you manage all installed skins in your site. It can be accessed via the collection settings and also through the System menu. more »
  • This screen shows the recommended skins currently installed on the system and that can be used for your current collection. more »
  • This sub-tabs shows the skins that will be used by b2evolution to display your collection on a desktop browser / mobile phone / tablet device. These are the skins that b2evolution will use by default, that is: unless a different skin has been requested… more »
  • In this panel, you can enable XML Sitemaps for your collection. more »
  • This page displays and helps you manage the comments of the current collection. The full text of the comments is shown to allow for quick moderation. more »
  • This page provides instructions on how to move or link a comment to a new Post. more »
  • If you have edit permissions over ALL files, then you can use the File Manager to access any User’s File Root. In the File Manager, open the File Roots dropdown and select User Roots > Other… then type in the username you want to access: more »
  • In this panel, you can allow users to subscribe to new content notifications. more »
  • This panel allows you to enable tracking of unread content. more »
  • This panel allows you to configure the size of the profile pictures displayed in the Conversations List. more »