This is the main intro post. It appears on the homepage only.
In the middle of nowhere: a school bus stop where you wouldn't really expect it!
This is a demo task description for Task T.
To get you started, the installer has automatically created several sample collections and populated them with some sample contents. Of course, this starter structure is all yours to edit. Until you do that, though, here's what you will find on this site:
- Blog A: You are currently looking at it. It contains a few sample posts, using simple features of b2evolution.
- Blog B: You can access it from the link at the top of the page. It contains information about more advanced features. Note that it is deliberately using a different skin from Blog A to give you an idea of what's possible.
- Photos: This collection is an example of how you can use b2evolution to showcase photos, with photos grouped into photo albums.
- Forums: This collection is a discussion forum (a.k.a. bulletin board) allowing your users to discuss among themselves.
- Manual: This showcases how b2evolution can be used to publish structured content such as an online manual or book.
You can add new collections of any type (blog, photos, forums, etc.), delete unwanted one and customize existing collections (title, sidebar, blog skin, widgets, etc.) from the admin interface.
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> Email-style angle brackets
> are used for blockquotes.
> > And, they can be nested.
> ##### Headers in blockquotes
> * You can quote a list.
> * Etc.
[This is a link](http://b2evolution.net/) if Links are turned on in the markdown plugin settings
Paragraphs are separated by a blank line.
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Text attributes *Italic*, **bold**, `monospace`.
The rain---not the reign---in Spain.
This post has several images attached to it. Each one uses a different Attachment Position. Each may be displayed differently depending on the skin they are viewed in.
Check out the photoblog (accessible through the links at the top) to see a completely different skin focused more on the photos than on the blog text.