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  <title>Blog settings</title>
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<h3>Blog details</h3>
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  <dt>Blog ID</dt>
  <dd>Unique ID of the blog. Mandatory, can only be modified by a super administrator.</dd>
  
  <dt>Blog name</dt>
  <dd>Name of the blog, mandatory.</dd>
  
  <dt>Blog URL</dt>
  <dd>Complete blog URL. Mandatory, can only be modified by a super administrator.</dd>
  
  <dt>Blog status</dt>
  <dd>
    <ul>
      <li><strong>online</strong>: blog open to visitors</li>
      <li><strong>offline</strong>: blog closed to visitors
      but open to writers.</li>
      <li><strong>removed</strong>: blog closed to both visitors and writers, opened only for super-administrators.</li>
    </ul>
  </dd>
  
  <dt>Blog description</dt>
  <dd>Here you can put any description you want for your blog. This is a
  simple text, without formatting.</dd>
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<h3>Blog configuration</h3>
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  <dt>Blog editor's name</dt>
  <dd>Name of the person responsible for the blog. It may be the owner or the
  publisher if he exists.</dd>
  
  <dt>Copyright notice</dt>
  <dd>Note about the reproduction rights for the blog.</dd>
  
  <dt>Default language</dt>
  <dd>Language of the blog interface. Either this language is among the avalaible ones,
  and the interface will be translated, or it is not, and the interface will then
  default to English.</dd>
  
  <dt>Blog timezone</dt>
  <dd>Defines the timezone that will be used for comments and trackbacks.</dd>

  <dt>XML/RPC interface</dt>
  <dd>Allows external client to interact with your blog via XML/RPC 
  protocol. When activated the needed parameters to be set in your external client are displayed.</dd>
  
  <dt>Date formats</dt>
  <dd>The date format of the blog posts. See the date and time
  format reference section below for further details.</dd>
  
  <dt>Time format</dt>
  <dd>The time format of the blog posts. See the date and time
  format reference section below for further details.</dd>
  
  <dt>Display .. entries per page</dt>
  <dd>The number will be used as the limit for the number of entries
  on the homepage, the first page of each category and the rss feeds.</dd>
  
  <dt>Leave comments open for .. days</dt>
  <dd>The number of days during wich comments and trackbacks will be open 
  after the post publication. When empty, the comments will be kept open
  indefinitly.</dd>
  
  <dt>Display smilies on entries and comments </dt>
  <dd>Display sequences of characters as :-) or ;-) as images.</dd>
  
  <dt>Accept comments</dt>
  <dd>Globally accepts comments on the blog. Takes precedence over the
  per post setting.</dd>
  
  <dt>Accept trackbacks</dt>
  <dd>Globally accepts trackbacks on the blog. Takes precedence over the
  per post setting.</dd>
  
  <dt>Moderate comments and trackbacks</dt>
  <dd>With such an option, comments and trackbacks will be published after
  editor agreement.</dd>
  
  <dt>Add "nofollow" relation on comments and trackbacks links</dt>
  <dd>Adds an attribute on inks in comments and trackbacks, instructing the
  search bots not to follow them. This antispam features has yet to
  prove its value.</dd>
  
  <dt>Wiki syntax for comments </dt>
  <dd>Allows a subset of the wiki syntax to be used in comments.</dd>
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<h3>Format reference</h3>
<p>Some fields can be configured to format the date and time to your needs.
Here is a reference:</p>

<ul>
  <li><strong>%a</strong>: abreviated week day (local).</li>
  <li><strong>%A</strong>: complete week day (local).</li>
  <li><strong>%b</strong>: abbreviated month name (local).</li>
  <li><strong>%B</strong>: complete month name (local).</li>
  <li><strong>%c</strong>: default local date and time display.</li>
  <li><strong>%C</strong>: century (the year, divided by 100 and
  round up beetween 00 and 99)</li>
  <li><strong>%d</strong>: numeric month day (from 01 to 31)</li>
  <li><strong>%D</strong>: identical to %m/%d/%y</li>
  <li><strong>%e</strong>: numeric month day (from 1 to 31)</li>
  <li><strong>%g</strong>: identical to %G, 2 digits.</li>
  <li><strong>%G</strong>: The year on 4 digits, according to the week number
  (cf. %V). Format and value identical to %Y, except that if the number of the
  week belongs to the preceding or following year, the current year
  will be used instead.</li>
  <li><strong>%h</strong>: identical to %b</li>
  <li><strong>%H</strong>: digital hour of the day, 24H mode
  (from 00 to 23)</li>
  <li><strong>%I</strong>: digital hour of the day, 12H mode
  (from 01 to 12)</li>
  <li><strong>%j</strong>: day of the year, digital (from 001 to 366)</li>
  <li><strong>%m</strong>: month, digital (from 1 à 12)</li>
  <li><strong>%M</strong>: minute, digital</li>
  <li><strong>%n</strong>: newline character</li>
  <li><strong>%p</strong>: either `am' or `pm', according to the absolute time,
  or depending of the local settings.</li>
  <li><strong>%r</strong>: the hour, a.m. and p.m. format</li>
  <li><strong>%R</strong>: the hour, 24h format</li>
  <li><strong>%S</strong>: seconds, digital</li>
  <li><strong>%t</strong>: tab character</li>
  <li><strong>%T</strong>: the current time (identical to %H:%M:%S)</li>
  <li><strong>%u</strong>: day week, digit, from 1 to 7. (1 stands for monday)</li>
  <li><strong>%U</strong>: week number, the first sundqy of the year being the
  first day of the first week.</li>
  <li><strong>%V</strong>: the week numpber as defined in ISO
  8601:1988, digital, from 01 to 53. The week 1 is the first week
  with more than 4 days in the current year, whose monday is the first day.
  (Use %G or %g for the year elements corresponding to the number of the
  week for the considered timestamp.)</li>
  <li><strong>%W</strong>: number of the week in the year, the first monday of
  the year being the start of the first week</li>
  <li><strong>%w</strong>: day of the week, digital, 0 stands for sunday</li>
  <li><strong>%x</strong>: prefered format for the date without the time</li>
  <li><strong>%X</strong>: prefered format for the time without the date</li>
  <li><strong>%y</strong>: the year, two digits (from 00 to 99)</li>
  <li><strong>%Y</strong>: the year, four digits</li>
  <li><strong>%Z ou %z</strong>: timezone, name or abbreviation</li>
  <li><strong>%%</strong>: a litteral `%' character</li>
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