This plugin allows you to send emails to registered users. You can exclude users and groups, specify message encoding, send as text or/and HTML, attach files and receive detailed reports on selected email. Advanced users can use external emails source.
Category: "Backoffice tool"
The Avatars Plugin allows you to attach avatars (display pictures, gravatars, profile pics, etc) to a user, blog, and category. You upload avatars within the b2evo administration, with either a large or small (or both) avatar images. If a large avatar image is specified then lightbox functionality is seen, as when the user clicks the small avatar, the large avatar will show in a lightbox.
This plugin adds an autosave functionality to b2evolution: The post you're editing or creating gets autosaved every X seconds (default is 5 minutes), so your post won't be lost completely if your browser or operating system crashes. The plugin also adds a "Save and review" button to the post form. Various features of the plugin can be changed and disabled on the plugin's settings page.
This plugin is no longer necessary for most users because similar functionality has been integrated into b2evolution's core. For more information, please see: Autolinks Plugin
AcroLink lets you build a list of keywords that become either acronyms or links. If you use it for links you also get a title tag with your link. The list of keywords is maintained in your back office - there is no need for editing external files. The plugin settings allow you to specify which blog(s) it applies to, and who can add to or edit or delete keywords from the list.
This plugin has not been updated by its developer since a long time ago.
It could imply partial or total lack of compatibility with the latest versions of b2evolution.
This plugin creates a new blog when someone registers on b2evolution. For every registration a new blog and the corresponding category in the blog will be created. Blog short name and category will have the same name as login.
The plugin has several options built in:
- You can choose if you want to use stub files or not, with or without extension, if you want to store stub files in separate directories or all in a subdirectory.
- You can also decide if you want to give users administration rights and own media folder on registration or not, and set the default descriptions and default skin for the new user's blogs.
Additional Hack prevents users to change their login, blog shortname, and to ban the main administrator.