• Comment Mass Deletion

    This feature lets you automatically delete or recycle many comments in a single action. more »
  • Guided Tour - The Invisibles

    b2evolution actually includes quite a few invisible features. This guide will reveal them to you so that you know they are there when you need them: Responsive images When you upload images to b2evolution, it will store the original high resolution file… more »
  • Item Subscriptions

    In this panel you can choose if Users are allowed subscribe to new Items/Posts/Comments email notifications. more »
  • Intros View

    The page displays a list of all Intro Posts for the current collection. more »
  • CSS Guidelines

    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 »
  • Targeted CSS Selectors

    Many things can be customized very precisely by the use of smart CSS selectors. To that extent you can leverage the CSS classes that b2evolution adds to the <body> element. For example the homepage may have: HTML<body… more »
  • Metadata Features

    This tab allows you to set the meta data for your collection. more »
  • Sample / Example Blogs

    Why are there already posts on my new blog? When you first install b2evolution your database is populated with several collections, each containing sample posts. If your first thought is to delete everything you see, don’t do it! Hold on a minute.… more »
  • Elevating a Comment into a Post

    Comments can be elevated into a full collection post. more »
  • Aggregation Panel

    This allows you to aggregate the contents of multiple ((Collections)) into the current collection. more »
  • Tag Cloud Widget

    This widget displays a tag cloud for the current collection (or for one/multiple other "source collections" if specified). Clicking on a tag goes to the post list (in the "destination collection" if specified), filtered on the… more »
  • Comment Recycle Bin

    This panel allows you to specify the number of days a recycled comment is kept in the recycle bin before it is purged. Warning: This setting affects ALL collections in the system. more »
  • Subscribe to Collection Updates Widget

    This widget displays checkboxes or links that allow the user to subscribe/unsubscribe to email notifications on the current collection. [image:5789:Widget with display mode set to show options using text] The widget has some display settings (see below)… more »
  • Content Blocks View

    This screen shows a list of all Content Blocks in the current collection. more »
  • Item Statuses allowed for this Item Type

    This list will let you manage which Item Statuses will be assignable to the current Item Type when using the Workflow View for example. more »
  • Comment Notification Emails

    There are several comments notification emails available. more »
  • Breadcrumb Path Widget

    Displays a breadcrumb path from the category root to the current post, going through sub-categories. By default, this uses the main category of the post being displayed. Then it recurses back to the root. Settings Separator: specify the separator… more »
  • Workflow Features Panel

    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 »
  • Special Items View

    This page lists all the Items which have a special Item Usage. more »
  • Meta Comments Features Panel for Front-Office

    Check if you want Meta Comments to be displayed in the front-office (typically after the regular comments, on disp = single). If not checked, the meta comments will appear only in the back-office (e-g: on the Item Edit Screen). more »
  • Item Workflow Properties Panel

    This panel allows the assignment of Workflow properties to the item. more »
  • Localizing b2evolution

    So you want to localize (mainly translate) b2evolution to your own language? Here’s how to do it with minimum effort by using the gettext system provided by b2evo. If this is the first time you are dealing with localization and/or gettext, you may… more »
  • Standard Upgrade Procedure

    The latest documentation for upgrading to a higher version is included in your blog bundle, specifically in the doc directory. For example: doc/upgradefrom_b2evo.en-UK.html. The following instructions refer to the upgrade documentation included with ver… more »
  • Codebase Overview

    This page explains the function of all the folders and files found in the b2evolution root folder. more »
  • evoSkin Structure

    evoSkins are basically collections of template files inside of a skin folder. This is the organization of templates inside a skin folder. Main templates At the very least, a skin folder like /skins/myskin2 must contain a main template file named in… more »
  • Installing on Windows

    The following instructions provide an abbreviated description of installing XAMPP on Windows 7. XAMPP is an all-in-one web server solution that includes Apache, mySQL and PHP, all of which are needed to run a local test environment of b2evolution. more »
  • Performance Optimization

    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 »
  • Linux Cron Job Setup

    Warning: The following assumes you have your own Linux server with root access. Blindly following this procedure may lead to breaking your Linux setup. DO NOT do this if you don’t understand it. Use this page only as a guideline. Running the… more »
  • Session Settings Panel

    This panel contains user session related settings such as session timeouts and redirection after logging in. more »
  • Typical Web Hosting Installation with Automated Installer

    Here’s the typical procedure you will follow: Chose a web hosting company and go to their site. Select a hosting plan. The entry level hosting plan is typically enough. Just make sure it includes at least one MySQL Database (sometimes just… more »