• This Disp is used to display the in-skin edit form for a Post. This is also used for creating new posts directly in the skin. more »
  • This Disp is used to display the in-skin edit form for a Comment. more »
  • This Disp is used to display the list of all Posts that a User has created on this system. more »
  • This Disp is used to display the list of all Comments that a User has created on this system. more »
  • This Disp is used to display a form asking the User to confirm he wants to close his account and leave a little bit of feedback. NOTES: The Admin cannot close his account. Regular Users can only close their account if this feature is enabled here:… more »
  • This Disp is used when b2evolution cannot find or understand what information is requested through the URL. Different behaviors can be configured through the SEO Settings > Other pages Panel. Details about the cause of the 404: You can determine the… more »
  • This Disp is similar to disp = login and is used when the current collection is private and actually requires the User to login before displaying the content. Collections can be made private through the Collection Permission Settings. This only works if… more »
  • This Disp is used when the current collection is private and the current User is not allowed to access it. Collections can be made private through the Collection Permission Settings. This, of course, only applies as long as the particular skin you are… more »
  • A User who has permission to edit all settings (including admin settings) of a Collection. The settings that can only be edited by Collection admins are identified with a "Coll. Admin" badge. more »
  • A User who has permission to edit other users, including their "admin settings". Those settings are identified with a "User Admin" badge. Users with the "User Admin" permission are allowed to edit/moderate all users except… more »
  • Note that comments can be disabled at the Post level, the Post Type level or the Collection level. When comments are enabled, you will see something like this under each post: Logged-in Users [image:9050:] Anonymous Users For anonymous users the form… more »
  • Item Types (previously called Post Types ) allow you to define the characteristics of a set of Items/Posts by specifying its usage and enabling certain features for each type. 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 to mark the separation between the Teaser of a post and the body of the post. In many views, b2evolution will display only the Teaser of a post and a "Read more" or "Full story" link will appear at the position of the tag. more »
  • This tag allows to have multi-page posts. This used to be really popular in the days when CPM ad banners were cluttering the pages and site editors wanted to generate as many page views as possible. more »
  • An Item Tag is a simple term (one or multiple words) that can be associated to an Item/Post in order to describe its contents. Each Post/Item can have multiple tags. Tags can be associated with a post in the Item Advanced Properties Panel. Existing tags… more »
  • This Disp is used to display the terms & conditions of your site, if you want users to explicitly accept them. more »
  • This is the internal ID of any Item/Post/Page?/Topic in your b2evolution Database. You can find it by editing a post and looking at the top left of your edit form: more »
  • This Disp is used to display a list (tag cloud) of Tags for the current collection. more »
  • In order to test LDAP functionality you may use the LDAP Directory Server from the Apache Directory Project. Note: the Apache Directory Server currently doesn’t install properly on Mac OS X El Capitan. Installing the Server You may download the… more »
  • Meta comments / Internal Comments are non-public comments visible only by editors of a given post (Users who have permission to edit that post). The meta-comments allow editors to discuss the contents of the posts when a team discussion is needed to… more »
  • Very often we want to have several widgets/sections in the footer of our website. By default, if we insert several widgets in the footer container (or any other), they would be placed one below the other, which is usually not what we want. In most… more »
  • Grunt is a very powerful command line tool for processing files on your development machine. For example, it can compile a .less file into .css, then concatenate several .css files into a .bundle.css file, then minify (compress) that bundle into a… more »
  • If you feel b2evolution detects spam or security issues too often in what you posts to your own site and you don’t want to hear about it any more, you can disable all the SPAM and Security checks on the Administrators account. See: Blogging… more »
  • Future versions of b2evolution will include customization through the Back-Office. In version 6.6 you need to manually duplicate and edit some files. The files responsible for displaying the header and the footer can be found in the /skins_site… more »
  • When developing skins, enabling the little Dev menu can be very useful. How to enable the Dev menu In the _advanced.php, change the following lines: /** * Do you want to display the "Dev" menu in the evobar? * This allows to display the dev… more »
  • If you are already logged in to b2evolution in a web browser, you will have a session cookie and you can use this cookie to obtain privileges when calling the REST API. This is particularly useful when you use the REST API in a browser, for example in a… more »
  • When you make a REST API call from one webserver to another, you may add HTTP username (or email address) and passwords to your RESTful HTTP requests. b2evolution will check the provided username (or email address) and password to allow privileges on… more »
  • A list of files and directories to be ignored from backup on automatic upgrade. List on file or directory per line. Here is an example of file contents you could use: more »
  • Depending on the Renderers you have installed and activated, there are many ways to add links to a post. For example, with the Autolinks Renderer, just pasting an URL into a post will display it as a link. That being said, the "always-works"… more »