Tag: "6.11.3"

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  • The File Types Settings is where you define the different file types (based on their extensions) that can be uploaded as attachments to posts, comments & private messages or even furthermore renamed or edited in b2evolution’s File Manager. more »
  • The Global hits sub-tab shows a bar graph and a table of daily totals that summarize each type of hit made on your site. If you are looking for the total number of hits regardless their type, look at the rightmost column that shows the total count. more »
  • All analytics packages attempt to show you how your Site Visitors and Site Users actually use your site. Where they come from, what they look at, how long they stay, what they’re searching for, etc. Some will be better suited than others for… more »
  • For each collection, you can get a graph of browser hits broken down by refered searches (from search engines), other referers, direct accesses/bookmarks, self refered (site navigation), special referers, referer spam and admin interface hits if you… more »
  • This section contains thee fields that you can set to change your display settings. Default blog to display This blog will be displayed on index.php. Create new blog ยป Order blogs by Select default blog list order. Order direction Select defaul… more »
  • Enable general cache Checking this option allows you to cache rendered pages that are not controlled by your skin. This option is checked by default. See your Collection Cache Settings for the existing skin output caching. Enable for new blogs There are… more »
  • For each collection, you can get a graph of browser hits broken down by refered searches (from search engines) and other referers. more »
  • This is the panel where you can control how outbound pings and notifications are sent out when a new post or a new comment gets published on your b2evolution installation. more »
  • This panel contains settings that affect the use of categories in all of your collections. more »
  • This panel contains options for allowing cross-posting between collections and redirection based on requested item slug. more »
  • If you want to get more followers on your blogs, you may want your readers to subscribe to new blogs once created. You have three options for this section: [image:619:] From blog page only allows your readers to subscribe to the new blog only on one… more »
  • This panel allows you to change your default skin for standard, mobile phone, and tablet viewing (yes, they can be different skins). This is used when a collection is automatically created for a new user. more »
  • Plugins allow you to extend b2evolution with features that are not included in the the core. Plugins provide additional functionality by taping into hooks that are provided by the b2evolution core. more »
  • This panel is where you can configure what File Roots will be accessible to allowed Users. more »
  • The first step is to select the kind / type of collection you want to create. What you select here will preset many of your collection settings in order for your collection to behave a certain way. Nothing will be set in stone though. In b2evolution,… more »
  • This tab lets you see which files (especially photos) have received the most likes or the most dislikes. Voting to Like / Dislike Voting to like or dislike is typically done in the colorbox popup window that appears when users click on a photo to zoom… more »
  • This panel is where you can set the privileges of users to create folders and files, and allowing them to upload files. more »
  • Suspicious files are those that have received votes as Inappropriate or Spam. In this table you could check details of any of them in order to make decisions on how to proceed. more »
  • The next step is simply to pick a skin to use with your new collection: Different skins can present the same information with different designs. Sometimes they can be radically different. b2evolution comes with a set of pre-installed skins. There are… more »
  • This panel provides extended configuration for handling files and folders. more »
  • Everytime you upload a file to b2evolution, it calculates and saves a unique hash code based on the content of that file. By storing these hash codes in the database, it is possible to compare them and detect which files are identical from all the files… more »
  • Once you have selected the type of the collection and the skin to use with it, you can now configure it to your liking. You can opt to initialize the new collection with demo contents, organization and users. This can be useful if you just want to test… more »
  • Resize large images after upload It is recommended to enable this feature in order to save images in smaller size. The following PHP ini settings may cause issues when large file uploads are enabled: upload_max_filesize: The maximum size of a fil… more »
  • The Plugin Settings tab shows a panel for each installed plugin which offers collection/blog specific settings. All installed and enabled renderer plugins are by default included in this list. Also those plugins that support specific "by… more »
  • b2evolution’s integrated file manager lets you upload images, sounds, videos and any kind of media or documents that you can then attach to your collection posts. Admins can also use the file manager to edit skin templates online. more »
  • There are several ways to access the file manager. more »
  • This panel displays the properties and metadata of the file. Properties File name: Changing this value, the file will be renamed. Don't worry, this is a safe way to do it, so, in general, you will not break anything in your site. Type: This information… more »
  • This section is where you can configure the settings on what the File Browser will display: displaying thumbnails instead of icons for image files; showing or hiding file attribute columns; and other options that controls the display of the file browser. more »
  • Most of the time you won’t need to use this screen to upload! Instead, use the drag & drop area from the File Manager main screen. This screen lets you upload multiple files by changing the name and setting properties during the upload. It… more »
  • There are several permissions involved: The user needs to be in a User Group that has at least View permissions for "Files" (to browse files) or Add/Upload permissions for uploading (see the User Groups: File Permissions) The user needs to… more »
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