Tag: "6.11.3"

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  • 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 »
  • If you are reading this, you probably encountered a file permission error within your /media directory. The /media directory is the directory on your server where b2evolution will store all the files/images you upload to your blog. Apparently, b2evolu… more »
  • Apply rendering defines if and when a Renderer Plugin should apply its rendering method. more »
  • b2evolution restricts and validates the name of the files and directories that you can use. You can change this restriction in the Advanced options panel under the Files Settings tab. The default settings are set for maximum security and compatibility.… more »
  • b2evolution (actually PHP) has no permission to create the directory needed for storing the media files belonging to a certain collection or user. Make sure all sub-directories of the `/media` folder are writable by PHP. more »
  • Black thumbnails saying "Ewr-access" or ".evocache folder read/write error! Check filesystem permissions." [image:526:] [image:528:] That message means b2evolution cannot create or access the thumbnail image file or a directory to… more »
  • I can’t upload big size pictures and graphics even though my web server has unlimited upload For upload size issues, go to Global Settings > Files > File creation options > Maximum upload filesize and setup your upload limit size. more »
  • Congratulations! At this point your collection is now live! You can see it in the Front Office. You can start adding content to it or continue customizing it some more using the tabs you see on this screen… more »
  • If you have edit permissions over ALL files, then you can use the File Manager to access any User’s File Root. In the File Manager, open the File Roots dropdown and select User Roots > Other… then type in the username you want to access: more »
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