• This panel contains the general settings for the Item Type. more »
  • Display permanent link for item. This actually only outputs the URL, to display a real link, use [[tag_item_anchor|$Item->permanent_link();]] Example <source lang="php"> $Item->permanent_url( $mode = ‘’, $blogurl='… more »
  • Displays a permanent link to the item. more »
  • This tag displays a "Read More" link for the Post/Item. more »
  • This panel allows you to configure how results are displayed per page on disp = search. more »
  • This widget displays a search form for a collection. Settings Block title: specify the title that you want this widget to display in your blog (default entry: Search) Template: select the Quick Template with context search_form to use for displaying the… more »
  • This displays the last modified date (datetime) of a Post/Item. more »
  • Displays the User who edited the Post/Item the last time. more »
  • This tag displays the date/time when the Post/Item was last touched. more »
  • To give an example, here is a question from the forum: ‘’Is there any way that I could add something so it shows as:'’ Day 331 of Week 48 Wednesday November, 28 2007 This is the answer: ‘’Find your skin, crack open ind… more »
  • This tag displays the Post/Item’s issue date and/or time. more »
  • Display the images linked to the current Post/Item. Example Quick Template PHP Template $Item->get_images( array( 'before' => '<div>', 'before_image' => '<div class="image_block">', 'before_image_legend' => '<div… more »
  • Displays a submit button for the form. more »
  • This panel allows the automatic sending of a Welcome private message when users activate their account. more »
  • This widget displays a normal registration form. This is the widget used in disp = register by default. Settings Block title: specify the title that you want this widget to display in your collection (default entry: Register) Block title for disabled… more »
  • This widget displays the differences between custom fields of the selected items. [image:8764:Sample display of the Compare Item Fields widget] Settings Title: the title to display. Items to compare: this option lets you select what items will be… more »
  • This panel is where you define if users can register an account for themselves, and if so, what their default permissions will be – in other words: what User Group they will belong to. more »
  • Display buttons to switch between params. Useful for Compare Items widget. Settings Param code: Code of url parameter which is handled by the widget. Buttons: Buttons to display: Value: Value for param of the button, Text: Button text. Display as: Auto:… more »
  • Front-Office All front-office screen F4: same as clicking on the "Customize" evobar menu entry disp=front F2: same as clicking on "Edit ‘Intro-*’ in Front-Office…" evobar menu entry or same as Ctrl+F2 if… more »
  • Built-in Feature / Renderer Plugin This is alias for Short Tag allows displaying a Content Block within the content of any Item/Post or even another Content Block. more »
  • You can find and configure the Item’s advanced properties in this panel. more »
  • This panel lets you enable the [[Workflow]] features (disabled by default) of the collection. If workflow is enabled, you will be able to assign posts to specific users with the appropriate permissions. Additionally, you will be able to set properties like Priority, Status and Deadline for each posts. more »
  • These are guidelines you should follow to make your code match the existing b2evolution code. The goal is to keep the coding style consistent throughout the whole project. more »
  • The Collection base URL panel lets you configure what the root URL of your collection will look like. This requires Collection Admin permission. more »
  • The "Photo Albums" skin is designed to present photos and videos (and possibly other types of media files) in the form of albums. You first see a page showing all albums (disp=posts) in the form of thumbnails. If you hover on a thumbnail it t… more »
  • See ale Coding Standard Guidelines. Do NOT write CSS, write LESS! Always write your code to a .less (or .sass) file and let Grunt compile it to a .css file and even a .min.css file. Use Grunt all the time Learn to use grunt in the background. It will… more »
  • This form lets you create/edit a Scheduled Job. more »
  • This is where you configure if this item type will require a Title, add an optional short title, a content Text, if that text can be HTML, if there can be teaser and page breaks, if files can be attached and if the post can be featured (e-g:… more »
  • For clarity, we will talk only about width in the following text. Consider the height of the images to follow proportionally. When an <img src="image.jpg"> is displayed, that image.jpg is loaded from the server with specific pixel… more »
  • Displays a link leading to the change history of the Post/Item. more »