• After each new post

    You can set up your collection to notify various services when you publish a new post in this panel. See weblogs.com and blo.gs for information about such services. more »
  • External Feeds

    ‘’b2evolution version 2.4.6′’ The External Feeds fieldset is part of the Blog Properties since b2evo version 2.4.6. This is useful when you use an external service such as Feedburner to manage your RSS feeds. In this case, ent… more »
  • Template Panel

    This panel contains the option to allow users, even if they do not have permission for the collection, to use it as a model or template for their new collection. If enabled, the collection will appear in the Site Template List. more »
  • Collection Cache Settings

    ‘’b2evolution version 4.1′’ The Caching fieldset is part of the Blog Properties? since b2evo version 3.x. These settings control [[Caching_and_cache_levels#High_level_caches|High level caches]] for the current Blog. Starting i… more »
  • In-skin Actions Settings

    You will find this screen in the back office under Blogs > Settings > Advanced. Only an admin with global Blog admin privileges can change this. You can turn on or off: In-skin login In-skin editing more »
  • Media directory location

    This section is meant to let the administrators to decide where to place the media directory of each collection. By default, the media folder is created in an special directory inside the b2evolution’s files structure. This special directory is… more »
  • Software credits

    You can specify how many credits links you are willing to show at the footer of your website. Including our credits in your website is one way of showing us your support for providing you with a free and powerful tool as b2evolution. You are free to… more »
  • Skin and style

    This section lets you to control some code-level features such as adding custom CSS and/or custom JavaScript to your skins without needing to touch/modify any core b2evolution files. (Which will keep upgrades easy for you down the line). more »

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