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 ROOT_ID, Blog
Username of site administrator.
Default name for users who don’t enter a name.
Use sessions in authentication instead of just cookies.
Like BLOG_ENTRY_PATH, except for static articles.
File name for storing blog metadata.
Directory name used to store old blog settings.
The name of the subdirectory of the blog root URL under which blog entries are accessed.
Like BLOG_ENTRY_PATH, except for accessing RSS feeds.
Leaf directory name where deleted comments are stored.
Controls the default setting for whether e-mail addresses in comments are visible to everybody.
Determine whether to use the rel=”nofollow” attribute in links in comments.
Date format string to use for comment file names.
File suffix to use for comment files.
File name use to store custom fields that will be listed in user profiles.
The INI section of the CUSTOM_PROFILE file that holds the list of custom fields.
The default character encoding.
The default theme to use for jQuery UI.
The default language.
The default MIME type to accompany DEFAULT_CHARSET in the Content-Type.
Set the default time zone for use with date functions.
This is the full local path to the web server’s document root, i.e.
Directory name to access comments on entries and articles.
Format used to display dates for entries and articles.
The file name used to store the data for a blog enrty or article.
Directory where draft entries are stored.
The date format used directories for blog entries.
An alternate to ENTRY_PATH_FORMAT.
The file suffix for old versions of entries and articles.
Directory name to access pingbacks on entries and articles.
Directory name to access trackbacks on entries and articles.
A comma-separated string of target location options for file uploads.
The file name is not valid for upload.
The file is too big for the suggested size in the form.
The file name was too long and has been truncated.
Upload succeeded without errors.
There was no file uploaded.
Invalid form field name.
Generic upload failure.
The file was not completely received.
The uploaded file is too big for the server.
This determines which filesystem writing method to use.
The full path on the server to the user’s FTP root.
The host and/or domain name of the FTP server to connect to.
The password used to log in with FTPFS_USER.
The username to use when establishing an FTP connection.
Like KEEP_EDIT_HISTORY, except for comments.
Controls whether deleted and modified entries are kept archived, or if they are just permanently deleted.
The language to use for text.
Defines the level of header used for the [h] LBCode tag.
The name of the local copy of jQuery.
The name of the local copy of jQUery UI.
The name of the local copy of jQUery UI theme CSS.
Directory to store the localization files.
This is the regular expression used to determine if a local path refers to a user’s web root, which would be referred to with a URI like and vice versa.
The corresponding replacement pattern to LOCALPATH_TO_URI_MATCH_RE.
The expiration time for the login cookies.
Use LBCode markup, a bastardized version of BBCode.
Treat the markup as raw HTML, leaving it untouched.
Treat the markup as Markdown markup.
Use auto-markup.
Default text if the user does not enter a subject.
The offical LnBlog copyright notice.
The offical text-blurb description of the software.
The official package name, currently “LnBlog”.
The full URL of the LnBlog project home page.
The version number of the software.
File suffix used for storing Pingbacks.
The minimum software version required by your blog to properly support this version of LnBlog.
Defines the magic string that denotes a blog on the server’s document root.
The file to save the sitemap link list for the menubar.
The name of the “sticky” file for articles.
The character set used by the system when returning generated text.
The character used to separate individual tags entered for entries.
File suffix used for storing TrackBacks.
Use an ugly hack with htmlentities() instead of the simpler htmlspecialchars() to deal with problems displaying Unicode characters.
The update failed because the user is not logged in or because he lacks sufficient permissions.
Generic error message.
Update failed because entry has no body data.
Update succeeded.
Work around browsers that don’t send form elements for undisplayed uploads.
The corresponding replacement expression to URI_TO_LOCALPATH_MATCH_RE.
Tells the system what kind of URIs to generate.
Determine whether to use strftime() or date() for user-readable dates.
Controls the use of PHP wrapper scripts for pages.
Directory name where user data is stored.