• This tab allows admins to define which Renderer Plugins get applied to private messages exchanged between users. more »
  • This widget displays a list of the users currently online (based on a timeout you can define). Due to the very nature of the WWW, the "who’s online?" session tracker can only offer an approximate view of who’s actually online.… more »
  • When you develop a new skin, you should check that it matches a set of standards so that it will work effectively in a variety of situations, for a variety of users and so that it is as much future poof as possible (best compatibility with future… more »
  • A Container, in the context of b2evolution Skins, is a space in a skin where a Collection Admin can insert Widgets in any order he wants to. Adding and ordering widgets is done entirely though the Back Office and does not require editing code. Adding… more »
  • A Widget is a display element the administrator can place into a Container in order to display something specific at this place. There are many different widgets available and each can be configured in a variety of ways. Skin designers only add widget… more »
  • b2evolution 6.4.1 uses HTML 5 semantic tags in the Skin API v6 by default. This page explains how the tags are used on b2evolution skins v6. IMPORTANT: these tags are for semantic markup. Imagine you are blind and you listen to an audio screen-reader.… more »
  • When you edit a post type, you can define custom templates. These custom templates will be used when displaying the Item/Post/Page in various places of the front-office (like disp = posts (List of Posts / Items), disp = single, etc.). The templates can… more »
  • The Teaser part of a Post/Item is the first section of the post, i-e: the section between the beginning and the marker [teaserbreak]. By default, b2evolution will only display the "Teaser part" of a post while browsing a Blog/Collection and… more »
  • Congratulations! At this point your collection is now live! You can see it in the Front Office. You can start adding content to it or continue customizing it some more using the tabs you see on this screen… more »
  • The level assigned to a User Group. Primary usage This is used primarily for user moderation. See UserModerator . The Group Level can be edited here: General Settings The group level is different from the User Level because User Moderators can change… more »
  • A User with permission to moderate other Users. (See System Admin Permissions for granting this permission to a User Group). User Moderators can: View all user profiles Edit profiles or other users IF AND ONLY IF the other user is in a UserGroup with a… more »
  • The level associated with a User account. This level determines relative permissions to other Users, such as: which contents a Content Moderator can edit. Typically they can only edit content produced by other users with a lower level than their own… more »
  • To be able to moderate content a User must be given Advanced Permissions like this: he must be allowed to edit Posts or Comments other than his own he must also be allowed to create Posts or Comments on at least two different Visibility Statuses from… more »
  • Changing the type of a post has important consequences since each Item Type can behave differently and have different fields. more »
  • This form is used define a file type and change its properties. more »
  • This is the form you use to create or edit an invitation code. more »
  • This is the form you use to create or edit a custom user field. more »
  • This is the form used to create or edit a user fields group. more »
  • This is your Contacts List. It shows all the other Users you have exchanged messages with. more »
  • /conf/_upgrade.php is used by the upgrade script only. more »
  • /conf/sample.htaccess should be renamed to /conf/.htaccess to protect the contents of the /conf folder from prying eyes. This files is NOT to be confused with the Main .htaccess file which has a much more important role. more »
  • The Scheduler is a b2evolution feature that allows to execute Scheduled Jobs without requesting an action from a user to trigger the execution. In other words, Scheduled Jobs are executed asynchronously, at predefined times and/or intervals. See also:… more »
  • A ScheduledTask that is planned to be executed or which has been executed by the Scheduler. See: Scheduled Task Reference more »
  • A task (See: Scheduled Task Reference) that can be planned to execute by the scheduler. A planned task is called a Scheduled Job. more »
  • This tab shows a list of email addresses registered in the site and their current status. You can find information on the number of times an error was encountered when sending email to each address, the total number of emails sent, dates when the last… more »
  • This tab allows to set the timezone difference between your server and your local time. By setting a timezone offset, b2evolution can display times in your local timezone rather than in the server timezone. more »
  • This tab lets you manage the list of currencies that are available for this site. more »
  • This feature is supported only through PRO Support. This panel lets you manage remote publishing using XML-RPC API. XML-RPC is depreciated in favor of the REST API. We keep it only for clients who have existing workflows built around this protocol. We… more »
  • This Disp is used to display a list of Items/Posts, filtered or not with additional params. This is the most common front page of a Blog. more »
  • This is a variation of disp = posts (List of Posts / Items) where posts are filtered on a selection of multiple categories: more »