• [Es] [Nl] This page applies to b2evo 0.9 In the MainTemplate, before or after where the post content is displayed, add the following code: Posted by: <?php $Item->Author->prefered_name(); ?> If you want to link to all the posts of a certain au… more »
  • This page is about upgrading from version 0.8.9 to 0.9 Please see the instructions bundled with the distribution for general upgrade instructions and come back here once you have finished general upgrade. Default skin In some situations, you may ge… more »
  • These are guidelines you should follow to make your code match the existing b2evolution code. The goal is to keep the coding style consistent throughout the whole project. more »
  • The file /conf/_local.php is not included in the b2evolution distribution. However, if you create it, it will be loaded after all other configuration files. Use this file for local configurations that you do not want to overwrite in case of an automatic… 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 »
  • 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 »
  • 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 »
  • This page will guide you through the process of taking control of your site. We will show you: How to customize your site; How to add & remove collections; How to change the look & feel; How to add & remove content. At the end of this guide… more »
  • In this page, we will walk you through the Back-Office a.k.a. the Admin Interface. This is the place where you do all the administrative tasks that the general public of your site doesn’t have access to. (Note that you can actually set very… more »
  • 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 »
  • In this panel, you can configure some options related with the moderation of the posts. more »
  • This displays the recent hits on your b2evolution installation and you can filter or search them in multiple ways. more »
  • This file defines the generic icons that are made available to the whole application (including all skins and plugins). By default icons appear on a sprite image. So each icon is defined by it’s xycoordinates on the sprite and its size in pixels.… more »
  • See this forum thread for instructions on how to migrate from Blogger. more »
  • personman modified the built-in importer to work with LiveJournal blogs. Get all that you need from his site? more »
  • 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 »
  • 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 »
  • This allows you to aggregate the contents of multiple ((Collections)) into the current collection. more »
  • This table shows a quick analyzed view of the IP addresses that have visited your site. more »
  • This page explains the meaning of the Referer Type column in b2evolution hit logs. more »
  • This panel has options to offer anonymous commenters to register after submitting their comments, and to detect and protect email addresses in the comments. more »
  • Using the "Workflow features" in a collection you will be able to add aditional information to its items with the idea to help on information management processes, making this more visible to your users. The information that could be add to ea… more »
  • The Central Antispam Blacklist is a centralized list hosted by b2evolution.net and maintained based on community contributions. It contains words and phrases to work with the Antispam Blacklist feature and may be used to update the Local Blacklist. more »
  • Email campaigns lets you to configure and send bulk email messages to the users in your site. You could create and send as many campaigns as you wish, but remember that users have the option to set per-day limits on the number of campaign emails that they want to receive. more »
  • This is relevant if you have spam detection plugins installed. You will be able to define the weight of each installed and enabled antispam plugin in relation with the other plugins. more »
  • This panel enables you to automatically publish or delete comments/ feedback depending on its spam karma value. more »
  • 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 »
  • There are several ways to access the file manager. more »
  • Now that we have meet the backoffice, you will notice there are several lists of different sort of things. more »
  • 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 »