This widget displays the latest posts sorted by main category.
The Wide scroll plugin allows you to include a "wide" section into your posts by enclosing it in:
<div class="wide_scroll"> . . . </div>
This could contain a piece particularly wide content, such as a map, a table, etc...
When it is displayed, it will be scrollable left and right. There will also be visual clues to show the user he can scroll as well as buttons that can be tapped to move left or right.
If you want to apply this to an image, use it like this:
<div class="wide_scroll"><img src="/media/shared/global/logos/b2evolution_1016x208_wbg.png" style="max-width: none" /></div>
This plugin can only be used with post types or comments where it is possible to insert some HTML.
Therefore it is disabled by default for collections such as Manuals and Forums.
This plugin adds a hidden link to your blog. Only robots which ignore the robots exclusion standard will follow this link and get blocked from your entire blog. Protects from spambots, address crawlers and so on. You can block robots manually or unblock good robots which made a little mistake.
This plugin allows to render star ratings inside blog posts and comments by using the syntax
[stars:2.3/4] for example.
In the latter example, it will display 2.3 yellow stars out of 4 grey stars. If
/4 is not specified, the default is
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: