• Default User Settings

    When a new user account is created, it will be preconfigured with these settings. These are just defaults to create the account. The user can later change these settings in their User Preferences screen. more »
  • Users Stats

  • Default User Group Settings

    The default permissions for each group can be modified on the User Groups Tab by clicking on the group name. New groups can also be created by clicking on the "Add group" link. more »
  • Simple Related Posts List Widget

    Simplified Item list for listing posts related to the Main list. It will follow the main list by matching tags. more »
  • Activity Tab

  • User Admin Reputation

  • User Admin Usage info

  • User Admin Email

    Here are the important parts ( Some questions/thoughts which was not implemented were left out ) of the conversation about the Last notification email specification: FP: … I want users to be able to set a limit. 3 by default. If we have already… more »
  • Advanced Tab

  • Hit Logging settings

    Auto pruning "With a scheduled job" is the best setting but you need to properly set up the Scheduler? for this to work. more »
  • Goal Category Settings

    This allows you to group your goals into categories. more »
  • Goal Settings

    Goals allow you to track hits on specific links or specific pages. more »
  • Goal hits

    In this view you can check all the hits tracked for the goals defined in your site. They are presented in a standard results table with the following sections: Filters: Dates: by selecting dates From and To, you can get hits tracked only in that period… more »
  • Top referrers

  • Browser Hits

    This page only includes hits identified as made by a web browser (as opposed to an indexing robot/spider or an XML feed reader). * Refering searches: Hits coming from search engines such as Google, Yahoo, Microsoft Live, Ask or more. * Referers: Hits… more »
  • Comment recycle bin

  • Categories Global Settings

    This is located in the back office under Blogs > All > Settings Ordering of categories If you use forums or manuals on your site, you should turn that to Manual. On Manual, you need to give a priority to each category to determine how it wil… more »
  • Technical Site Settings

  • Browsing posts pages (disp=posts)

    The following parameter could be set for the main page or post list of your site: Default blog page: Adds a <meta name="robots" content="NOINDEX, NOFOLLOW"> tag at the headline of the main page. The NOINDEX parameter aims… more »
  • Single post URLs

  • Date archive URLs

  • List of collections

  • RSS/Atom feeds

    Like your contents, you can also have RSS/Atom feeds for your posts’ comments. In this section, you can configure how much of the comments will be made available in comment feeds by tweaking the Comment feed contents option. You have three choices… more »
  • Voting options

    This section allows you to manage two specific features of the comments. 1) Let your users to rate the posts by adding stars, using a scale that goes from 1 to 5 when compose their comments. 2) Let the users to rate the published comments by defining th… more »
  • RSS/Atom feeds

    [image:626:] In this section, you can configure the way your posts are listed on RSS/Atom feeds. The Post feed contents option allows you to specify how much content will be made available in your post feeds. You can choose either to: post No feeds, w… more »
  • Download pages

  • Other pages

  • Tag pages

  • "By date" archives

  • Conversations List

    This shows you all your conversations with other users. The most recently active conversations appear on top. more »