• This short tag will insert the attached file as a responsive image (typically using the full width of the text column) with optional caption. more »
  • This short guide will tell you what you need to know to install b2evolution for the first time. more »
  • This screen shows the list of menus created on the system. Multilingual Menus Enable at least 2 locales on the system. See: Locales Tab. Duplicate a menu and set the new menu as child for parent menu. Where the Menu is to be displayed, always reference… more »
  • Built-in Feature This short tag allows displaying a Content Block within the content of any Item/Post or even another Content Block. Note: includes content from another Item, which may contain one or more block elements (<div>...</div> or… more »
  • b2evolution includes some default CSS classes that can be applied to various Widgets and/or Short Tags in order to easily control some display aspects. If these are not sufficient, you can also add your own classes. For widgets children-widgets-inline… more »
  • b2evolution v5. The Ajax debug log us a CSS floating windows that shows you the AJAX requests between the browser and the server. If you have already turned on debug mode (see Debugging), you just need to click "JS log" in the evobar. The… more »
  • PRO Feature The file /conf/_social.php sets the configuration of social network providers available to b2evo users. Though configuration for some common social network providers is already defined in this file by default, you will still need to supply… more »
  • WARNING This feature is deprecated. It still works but recent versions of b2evolution allow a very wide range of URL schemes, including aliases and tiny URLs. Therefore the preferred method is to Mod Rewrite all your URLs to index.php and let… more »
  • A Stub File is a placeholder file that will make a particlar Blog or Collection live in a particular place of your website. For example you could create a stub file called myblog.php at the root of your website so that your blog could be accessed at ht… more »
  • You can upgrade normally but if you are using custom skins, you will need to take care of a few things in order to take full advantage of b2evolution v7.x. DB upgrade Many things will be upgraded and optimized, including charsets. Rewriting your whole… more »
  • Settings required after the Upgrade * All your blogs will be assigned to the default skin again * Go to Global Settings > Skins and install any third party/custom skin you want to use; you may also remove skins you don’t want to use * Go to… more »
  • This is a pretty simple upgrade: you basically only need to follow the [[Upgrade_from_an_older_version|general procedure]] to upgrade your database. Skins are compatible. 1.8.x skins will work on 1.9.x. more »
  • Skins Most skin files are the same, however there are small differences in _main.php . If you have only small customizations to your 1.6 skin, it may be easier to just take a default 1.8 skin and apply the modifications again. Otherwise, if you want… more »
  • Skins Most skin files are the same, however there are small differences in _main.php. If you only have small customizations to your 1.6 skin, it may be easier to just take a default 1.8 skin and apply the modifications again. Otherwise, if you want to… more »
  • In version 6.0.1+, many root files are no longer needed. Please go through the list below and decide whether or not you want to keep those files. It is recommended to delete all files you don’t need: a_noskin.php – if you needed this, you… more »
  • Skins Upgrade b2evolution 2.x skins should work in b2evolution 3.x without modification. (see below if you have issues with the menu bar) However, if you want to take advantage of all the new features in b2evolution 3.0 you may need to add a few skin… more »
  • If you have a personalized skin that worked well with the 0.9.2 ([http://prdownloads.sourceforge.net/evocms/b2evolution-0.9.2-2006-05-22.zip?download Sparkle]) release, this guide will show you what you need to do in order to make your skin work with th… more »
  • Skins If you use a custom skin, at the very minimum, you’ll have to change the following: * Replace the part <nowiki><base href="<?php skinbase() ?>" … /></nowiki> just with <nowiki><?php s… more »
  • There are several things you can do to optimize the performance of your system. Fast Hosting First off, obviously, you may need a faster [http://b2evolution.net/web-hosting/top-quality-best-webhosting.php web host] (we have [http://b2evolution.net/w… more »
  • The inline [thumbnail:] tag is a placeholder inserted in the content to be replaced by a thumbnail image when the post is displayed. more »
  • Overview b2evolution is developed in a central CVS? repository at [http://sf.net SourceForge.Net]. This allows users to grab any version of b2evolution they want, including the latest development version. The normal way of obtaining b2evolution is thr… more »
  • Enable general cache Checking this option allows you to cache rendered pages that are not controlled by your skin. This option is checked by default. See your Collection Cache Settings for the existing skin output caching. Enable for new blogs There are… more »
  • This widget will display the tagline of the current collection. more »
  • The short tag [inline:] will insert the attached image file as a very simple tag pointing to the original file. more »
  • The [parent:] short tag is used to reference the parent of an Item. This works similarly to the [item:]. more »
  • This short tag is used to reference an Item using its slug or item ID and display its related information or content. more »
  • The [video:] short tag is used to render a video player for an attached file using the first video player plugin available. more »
  • This short tag allows the display of the Poll Widget within the content of any post/article/page. This tag will be rendered by the Polls Plugin renderer (if it is configured to do so). more »
  • This short tag will show a link icon that will open the specified attached file when clicked. more »
  • This short tag is used to create a link inside your post content using any URL-type custom field defined. more »