2 Aug 06, 2007 15:25
If you look at the top of this (and every page on this site) there is a link called "[url=http://manual.b2evolution.net/]Docs[/url]"... Follow that link and read every link under the section titled "The Backoffice".
Among those links you'll find this information:
Next you'll see the "Post contents" section. The first field is for your post title. The field below that is labeled "Link to url:". You can add a web address here (don't forget the http://) and in your blog, the post title will become a link to this url. This is especially useful in a Linkblog, but it can and most often is left blank.
I found that by following the link titled [url=http://manual.b2evolution.net/Write_tab]The Write Tab[/url].
Lower on that same page, you'll find this text:
You can also edit the url title, which is part of the permanent link for this post. The url title is normally created automatically by b2evolution. The software takes your post title, shortens it if it's too long and converts special characters (including spaces) to underscores. Normally, leave this field blank, but if you need to, you can specify or edit your url title here.
which answers your second question.
By using the [url=http://forums.b2evolution.net/search.php]Search Function[/url], also at the top of every page on this site, and entering the search words:
what are trackbacks
I found [url=http://forums.b2evolution.net/viewtopic.php?t=12247&highlight=trackbacks]this post[/url], which was made 4 days ago, in which Afwas said:
When I read one of your posts, I might consider commenting on that. I can do so on your blog, but I could also write in my own blog. In that case I have the option to trackback you and if your blog enables it, it displays a link to my blog. This way my article (a comment on your blog) is visible to both my viewers and yours. This will often be interesting if we both blog about the same topics, say gadgets or cooking.
On that page you'll also find a link to yet another page that provides even more info about trackbacks.