b2evolution Files

  • Codebase Overview

    This page explains the function of all the folders and files found in the b2evolution root folder. more »
  • .htaccess File

    In the /blogs folder there should be a file called .htaccess . This file optimizes the way the Apache web server works with b2evolution? If you used the standard b2evolution installer, this file will probably be already set up properly. However, if in… more »
  • a_noskin.php

    a_noskin.php is a file found in your base directory (the /blogs directory in the installation package) which has a very specific use. It is provided as a way to list the output of your blog without including the layout and styles of a skin. This will pr… more »
  • multiblogs.php

    Some users may want to present multiple, separate blogs together on one page. The multiblogs.php file is a proof-of-concept file which will display 3 blogs of your choosing at the same time. You can see an example on the demo site: http://demo.b2evoluti… more »
  • summary.php

    Summary.php is included with every installation of b2evolution as an example of how to put the latest 3 posts from every blog on a single ‘’summary'’ page. If you only have 1 blog, or only have 1 blog and a linkblog, you might not need… more »
  • Publish an XML Site Map

    In b2evolution v6+, XML Sitemaps are generated automatically and can be accessed by adding ?tempskin=_sitemap to the URL of your collection. Example: https://your-site.com/your-collection-name/?tempskin=_sitemap . Notes: This feature is only active if… more »
  • contact.php

    This is a script that displays a contact form allowing to contact the owner of the b2evolution installation. This file no longer ships with b2evolution v6+ because the same functionality is provided in a more integrated way. However you can download… more »
  • Using Grunt

    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 »