• Migrating from WordPress

    Migrating from WordPress is easy. First you need to export the contents from your WordPress blog. You will obtain an XML file. Then all you need to do is import the XML file into B2evolution using the XML Importer. more »
  • Site Dashboard

    The Site dashboard gives you an overview of your whole website with general system metrics and also notifications of important updates from b2evolution.net. more »
  • Using SSL

    This page will be amended. Getting an SSL certificate There are a small amount of universally recognized SSL signing authorities. However they have dozens of resellers who resell the same certificates cheaper as if you buy them from the source. So shop… more »
  • Invitation Codes List

    Copy the link from the "Link" column and send it to your users in order to invite them through a link. more »
  • List of Email Lists

    In b2evolution 6.10, b2evolution can handle an infinite number of separate email lists. You can create new lists and provide different ways for your users to subscribe to these lists (automatic, widgets, inline short tags…) more »
  • Create Sample Email Campaigns Tool

    This tool will let you quickly generate many sample email campaigns. This is useful for stress-testing b2evolution. more »
  • Scheduled job settings

    This page recaps all settings possible for the various possible scheduled jobs. more »
  • Visit Tracking Panel

    Check if you want to enable the display of user profile visits. This will enable a "Visits" tab (disp = visits) where Users can see who visited their profile. more »
  • User Latitude Panel

    This is where you define how much or how little users will be able to edit their User Profile?. In addition to the standard fields of a user profile, you can also define user fields. See: User Field Settings?. more »
  • Item Properties Panel

    This panel lets you change several properties of the Item. more »
  • Email List General Settings

    When you edit an Email List, the first sub tab is the General Settings: Here are the general settings you can edit for each list: Active: if a List is inactive, users can no longer subscribe to it Name: Short name of the list, used in various places… more »
  • Item Text Renderers Panel

    This panel allows you to select which Renderer plugins should apply to your post. more »
  • Campaigns for a List

    This screen shows all Email Campaigns for a given Email List: more »
  • Display Settings

    This section is where you can configure the settings on what the File Browser will display: displaying thumbnails instead of icons for image files; showing or hiding file attribute columns; and other options that controls the display of the file browser. more »
  • Automations for a List

    This screen shows all Automations that are set up for the current Email List: Params shown on this list: ID: Internal ID Name: Internal Name, used only in back-office. Tied to Lists: an automation can be tied to several lists (which allows to send the… more »
  • Item Languages / Version Panel

    This panel lets you define the locale of the current Item/Post. It also has options to let you decide when to show the Item based on the navigation language/locale and tools to add new, or link existing Items as different versions of the current post. more »
  • Item Post Comments Panel

    Depending on the Post Type of the current Post, this panel allows you to control posting of comments on the current Post. more »
  • Email List Subscribers

    This screen shows the lost of all subscribers to the current List. You can filter this list with a variety of filters. more »
  • Migrating from phpBB

    b2evolution v5 features a phpBB import tool. We used this tool to migrate our own forums from pbpBB (v2) to b2evolution (v5). Here are the steps you should follow: Set up a new b2evolution installation on your final domain or on a test domain… more »
  • Item Goal Tracking Panel

    This panel allow to record Goal hits to page/post views. more »
  • Item Notifications Panel

    This panel indicates the status of notifications and pings for the current item. This also allows you to manage how notifications and pings will be handled on the next save. more »
  • _advanced.php

    /conf/_advanced.php includes advanced settings for b2evolution. more »
  • Formal vs Casual l10n

    In most languages a question arises as how to translate English: should the translation be in a formal or a casual style? Well, b2evo is moving towards a profesionnal content management system more and more, so the answer would definitely be rather for… more »
  • Installing on Mac OS X

    If you have a Mac, the easiest way to turn it into a local webserver is to install MAMP. Head over to http://www.mamp.info/ and download MAMP. (You don’t need the Pro version.) Follow the installation instructions for MAMP and then go back to… more »
  • cPanel Cron Job Setup

    This solution isn’t as good as setting up a Linux cron job by far, but we mentioned it since cPanel is very widespread and somewhat easier to set up. So if your host uses cPanel as a web configuration interface, you can go to the "cron… more »
  • Migrating from MovableType

    There’s an import script, available through the Tools Tab in the BackOffice? that lets you import your MovableType blog into b2evolution. [[Category:Upgrade]] [[Category:Migration]] [[Category:Importing]] more »
  • Advanced Upload

    Most of the time you won’t need to use this screen to upload! Instead, use the drag & drop area from the File Manager main screen. This screen lets you upload multiple files by changing the name and setting properties during the upload. It… more »
  • Where do I need to upload the files for upgrade?

    The upgrade procedure requires that you overwrite the old b2evolution files with the new files from the new release (and after that you should run the install/upgrade script). If you are unsure where to upload the new files, try to locate the file call… more »
  • Exposing PHP Errors to Visitors

    Best practices recommend you do not show any technical error messages to users because if they are malicious, those error messages can help them gain knowledge about the technical details of the server and help them refine an attack strategy. Thus we r… more »
  • Antispam Miscellaneous Panel

    This panel contains miscellaneous Antispam options. more »