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This widget will display the profile picture of the owner of the collection. It can be placed anywhere as each collection will have an owner. Note: This widget will be context-sensitive in the future. Params: Parameter: Image size - specify the image…

Last edit by on April 21st, 2017

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Here are some simple steps to add a new blog to your site: #In backoffice? under the tab? click the link at the bottom to create a ‘'’New blog”’. #Fill out the tab#General_tab | form? for creating a new blog. #Click ‘'&…

Last edit by on April 5th, 2017

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Widgets are little blocks of static or dynamic content that can be placed in any Container provided by the b2evolution Skin you are using for your collection. Widgets can be just anything: the title of the website, the title of an article, the content…

Last edit by on January 5th, 2017

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This widget displays a configurable menu entry for "My profile". This differs from normal menu links because it can have a mini profile picture in front of it. It is typically reserved for use in a Menu like the "Menu" container. If…

Last edit by on May 1st, 2015

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This man page refers to b2evolution version 0.9.0.10, but should be applicable to most versions that support evoSkins This is useful if you want to integrate b2evolution into an existing site, and keep the same "look and feel" throughout. It also wil…

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This man page applies to b2evolution version “phoenix” There are situation where you don’t want all your blogs called from the same directory on your web server. This page explains how to achieve this. Prerequisite In order to un…

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This widget displays a list of links to the archives. It links to monthly archives by default, but this is configurable. Settings

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By default, b2evolution saves a cached version of all your public blog pages and only refreshed that cache every 10 minutes. This is very handy in case one of your blog posts gets very popular, as it allows you web server to serve the page really quick…

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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…

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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…

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Description: Display list of all blogs marked as publicParameter: Title - specify the title that you want this widget to display in your blog (default entry: All Blogs)Parameter: Order by - this will specify the sorting setting of your items, either by…

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This widget will display the name of the current collection. Parameter: CSS Class - will automatically replace $wi_class$ in your skin’s containers (empty by default)Parameter: DOM ID - will automatically replaces $wi_ID$ in your skin’s…

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There are two ways a photo/image can appear on a blog post in b2evolution.

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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…

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‘’This man page refers to b2evolution version 0.9.0.10, but should be applicable to most versions that support evoSkins‘’ This is useful if you want to integrate b2evolution into an existing site, and keep the same "look an…

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POST /api/v1/users/ This is API end-point to update a user like admins/moderators can do this from back-office Editing an User Account.

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Completing installation Once your installation is done and basically working, there are still a few tricky things you should definitely take care of: * When you edit any of the config files, be careful ‘'’not to add any extra blank lines&…

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Why should I monetize my website? The more success you have with your blog / website, the more time and money you’re going to invest to update it and host it properly. At some point you may think: wouldn’t it just be nice to have my site pay…

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A database backup is typically an SQL file with a name like b2evo_db.sql or b2evo_db.sql.gz. Th .gz at the end means the file is compressed with gzip. If you want to restore such a backup on your existing or a new server, there are several ways: I…

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This solution isn’t as good as setting up a Linux cron job by far, but we mention it since cPanel is very widespread and somewhat easier to set up… So if your host uses cPanel as a web configuration interface, you can go to the "cron j…

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