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b2evolution - a comprehensive blogging engine
February 14, 2006 @ 07:00:58

On PHPBuilder.com today, there's a new article by Ian Gilfillan that takes a look at one of the more comprehensive blogging tools offered - b2evolution.

After looking at Gregarius last month, this time it's b2evolution's turn to be in the spotlight. b2evolution is blogging software (and more), written in PHP and MySQL, released under the GNU GPL, and it's what I use for my personal blog.

The online documentation is pretty poor for an Open Source project, with somewhat outdated information, nor does it have the friendliest of forums, but the application itself is good, so hopefully this tutorial will be helpful to some.

He starts off with a bit of history about the software, followed by the requirements and installation instructions to help you get started. From there, it's all internal components like the administration of the posts, how to post a new item, the "extended text" option, trackbacks, antispam, etc. He looks at each, explaining what they are and how b2evolution implements them.

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