Readers, we have a special announcement! This will be the last Sitefinity Insider post. But don’t worry—the blog isn’t going away. It’s just changing! After this post, the Sitefinity Insider will become… The Digital Bark “Make Your Digital Marketing Louder!”
In the process of building a new website, you may need to use more than one URL. Staging.yourwebsite.com for instance. That way you can complete development without replacing an existing live website. If you take this approach, you’ll need to
Unsure about which CMS to use for your website? Why not test some out? There is a way you can test Sitefinity out for free. No install time, no configuration, and no credit card. (At least not yet.) It’s called
Do you already use Sitefinity to run your website? Next year, the renewal price you pay annually will change. A price change for new Sitefinity licenses took effect in June. That’s normal when you have major new versions like Sitefinity
Our last post on new Sitefinity 10 features! (If I’m not careful they’ll release a whole new version before I’m done…) We’re ending with a big one—third-party user authentication. To frame how this will work, let me ask you this.
Remember the Digital Experience Cloud? We talked about it when Sitefinity 8 came out in 2015. Sitefinity 10’s arrival came with DEC improvements too. A brief summary: The Sitefinity DEC is a marketing “command center,” which collects data about your
The next Sitefinity 10 feature is something you’d find many other places on the Web. Anywhere you’d need to manage information, you’ll often find an “Import” or “Export” button. But many content management systems don’t include these. Why? I am
Now that Sitefinity 10 is out, we have a menu of new features to enjoy! If I went through all the new features, this would be a VERY long post. Sitefinity’s major updates (7 to 8, 8 to 9…) always