• contact.php

    This is a script that displays a contact form allowing to contact the owner of the b2evolution installation. This file no longer ships with b2evolution v6+ because the same functionality is provided in a more integrated way. However you can download… more »
  • a_noskin.php

    a_noskin.php is a file found in your base directory (the /blogs directory in the installation package) which has a very specific use. It is provided as a way to list the output of your blog without including the layout and styles of a skin. This will pr… more »
  • multiblogs.php

    Some users may want to present multiple, separate blogs together on one page. The multiblogs.php file is a proof-of-concept file which will display 3 blogs of your choosing at the same time. You can see an example on the demo site: http://demo.b2evoluti… more »
  • summary.php

    Summary.php is included with every installation of b2evolution as an example of how to put the latest 3 posts from every blog on a single ‘’summary'’ page. If you only have 1 blog, or only have 1 blog and a linkblog, you might not need… more »
  • How much does it cost?

    Four letter word – FREE. The reason b2evolution is free of cost for users is because it is an open source software released under the GNU General Public License. Numerous volunteers came up with this useful idea and decided to share this idea to the… more »
  • Email capture / Quick registration widget

    When placed in the sidebar, the main area, or any Container you like, this widget will display a form to capture the User's email (and optional additional fields). This will quickly create an account for the User and register him to one or more email lists. more »
  • .htaccess File

    In the /blogs folder there should be a file called .htaccess . This file optimizes the way the Apache web server works with b2evolution? If you used the standard b2evolution installer, this file will probably be already set up properly. However, if in… more »
  • Base URL ($baseurl)

    Base URL of b2evolution The Base URL of your b2evolution installation is the web address you use to access the directory where b2evolution is installed on your web server. When you type this URL into a web browser you access the default collection/blog… more »
  • Return-Path Processing Overview

    Here is a quick overview of how email processing works. more »
  • Newsletter/Email List Subscription Widget

    When placed into the sidebar, main area or any other Container, this widget allows registered users to subscribe / unsubscribe to an Email List. [image:8208:User is not subscribed yet] After clicking: [image:8209:User is now subscribed] Widget can be… more »
  • Issue Date

    Datetime at which an Item has been or will be made available to the Site Visitors. more »
  • How to post by email

    This man page refers to b2evolution version: 0.8.6 You can post news from an email client! But first you'll have to edit /conf/_advanced.php, filling the appropriate values for your POP3 email account (this interface doesn't support IMAP yet, only POP… more »
  • Server Side Analytics

    b2evolution will start recording hits on your blogs out of the box, without the need for any additional stats or analytics package. You can see stats for all your blogs under the tab? in the back office. In addition to that, b2evolution 3.x also intro… more »
  • Upgrading from version 0.8.2

    This man page refers to b2evolution version: 0.8.6 As always, it is very wise to do a backup of your current website / blog / database (depending on what you already have) before starting to install something new. Upgrading templates or skins from 0.8… more »
  • FTP 101: How to upload and manage files on your web server

    This page tells you what you need to know to upload files to your web server and mange them using FTP, which stands for **File Transfer Protocol**, in case you wonder. This page tells you what you need… more »
  • Basic HTTP Authentication (REST)

    When you make a REST API call from one webserver to another, you may add HTTP username (or email address) and passwords to your RESTful HTTP requests. b2evolution will check the provided username (or email address) and password to allow privileges on… more »
  • Delete a User (REST)

    DELETE /api/v1/users/ This is API end-point to delete a user like admins/moderators can do this from back-office Users. more »
  • Update a User (REST)

    POST /api/v1/users/ This is API end-point to update a user like admins/moderators can do this from back-office Editing an User Account. more »
  • Create a User (REST)

    POST /api/v1/users This is API end-point to create a user like admins/moderators can do this from back-office Creating a New User more »
  • Retrieve a User (REST)

    GET /api/v1/users/ This is the API equivalent of disp = user. more »
  • Retrieve a Post (REST)

    GET /api/v1/collections//posts/ This is the API equivalent of disp = single. Post properties in the Response Name Type Description id integer Post ID datestart datetime Date of start publishing urltitle string Slug type string… more »
  • List Posts (REST)

    GET|POST /api/v1/collections//posts? This is the API equivalent of disp = posts. See: URL Parameters. Note: It doesn’t support param types, because it keeps only content post types, and excludes pages, intros, sidebar… 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 »
  • About different Collection types

    There are four types of blogs that you can use on a domain that has b2evolution installed on it. more »
  • Multiple instances

    b2evolution can handle multiple blogs, multiple site sections, multiple domains and multiple sites by default on a single installation. Thus it is generally unnecessary to install it multiple times on a single site/web hosting account or even a single… more »
  • Default URL for New Collections

    This panel allows to set the URL scheme that will be used by default for new collections. This applies to manual as well as automatic collection creation. more »
  • The In-skin Edit Screen

    The In-skin Edit Screen is the easiest way to edit content but it may not be available in the Evo Skin you are currently using. more »
  • 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 »
  • Installation Guide - Getting Started

    This short guide will tell you what you need to know to install b2evolution for the first time. more »
  • Content & Privacy Issues

    If you are reading this, you have likely stumbled upon an issue with content published on a website powered by b2evolution. Please understand that b2evolution is free software that anyone can [http://b2evolution.net/downloads/index.html download] and t… more »