Add an icon that represents the main category of the post.
Category: "4.x (incomplete list)"
No longer necessary because the functionality has been integrated into b2evolution's core.
The AdSense plugin for b2evolution lets you embed AdSense blocks into your blog posts.
The Short Links plugin / Quick Links plugin alows to quickly create links from one post to another without needing to enter cumbersome HTML syntax like:
<a href="destination">link title</a>. (This is especially useful for forums or manuals in which you probably do not allow plain html links anyways.)
This plugin provides a toolbar button which lets you select a link destination post and then offers several options:
- Quickly insert a link with short link syntax like
- Easily insert a link with short link syntax and additional options like
[[destination-slug .class _target title]]
- Quickly insert a snippet of a post into another post or message
This plugin is no longer necessary for most users because similar functionality has been integrated into b2evolution's core. For more information, please see: Markdown Plugin
A renderer that allows users to format text using Markdown syntax. From the Markdown website: "Markdown is a text-to-HTML conversion tool for web writers. Markdown allows you to write using an easy-to-read, easy-to-write plain text format, then convert it to structurally valid XHTML (or HTML)."
As a general rule, b2evolution generates thumbnails of all the images that you attach to a post ( more information about this subject can be found in this page: Caching and Cache Levels ), and the Watermark Plugin lets you add watermarks to those thumbnails.
Note: The goal of the plugin is only to watermark the generated thumbnails with a watermark that stays visible no matter the size. Very small thumbnails will not be watermarked. The originals are not watermarked because the thumbnail would be scaled down in the thumbnails (real site images) and it would look bad.
This plugin has per-collection settings, which means that its settings may be defined globally and also individually for each collection. The default global settings form, including its default values, is shown in the image below and listed as following: