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  • Meet Sitefinity Lightning project

    Sitefinity team has been very busy this month. Following the release of the new sitefinity.com web site, the successful Sitefinity and Beyond Conference in Boston last week, the major Sitefinity 5.2 release bringing the multi-site management and personalization features, we have another cool thing for you. We are excited to ...
  • Sitefinity 3.x to 4.x – The Migration story continues!

    As you may know, currently there is a Migration tool, intended for a data migration of your Sitefinity 3.x content to a 4.x system. Our idea with it was to make it open-source, so that everyone can change it according to his specific needs. However, there were a few challenges ...
  • Building a secured Sitefinity website

    During the past few weeks I spotted a trend among our customers - web security and hacking concerns. With this blog post, we will cover how Sitefinity is protecting you from being hacked with some of the well known web attacks. We will also mention some of the basics you ...
  • Evaluating Sitefinity from Developer’s perspective

    So you are a developer and it’s the first time that you are entering in the Sitefinity world? You have deadlines and a tight schedule, but still, you have to find out if Sitefinity is suitable for your next state of the art project? This KB will get you started. If you already ...
  • Sitefinity 3.7 SP1 is out!

    Hello everyone, We are very excited to let you know that Sitefinity 3.7 Service Pack 1 is now waiting for you to pick it up from your Client.Net accounts! The Service pack is mainly concentrated in bug fixes which you have requested since the last 3.7 official version. As usual, ...
  • Sitefinity 3.7 released!

    It's my pleasure to inform you that Sitefinity 3.7 has just been rolled out. Some of you might ask what happened with the planned SP3. We have included a new module, 2 new site templates and a feature that you wanted for a long time (group operations), so the changes ...
  • Resolving the url of dynamic links

    As most of you have noticed, in Sitefinity 3.6 we introduced a new way of handling links to content items, images, documents and pages. By implementing the dynamic content links, you can now move pages around the sitemap and rename libraries, and the links to such items will not be ...
  • Getting your News articles full Urls

    We have had a couple of requests lately on how can someone get the full urls of the news articles. There a quite a few reasons why you might need this list of urls - you might want to put those in a Google Sitemap or create some custom tracking ...
  • New KB articles – Wrapping controls and search tweaking

    I know that many of you are following our blogs, or have an RSS subscription. I want to share with you two valuable KB articles we have just published, that you might find *very* useful: How to wrap a Generic Content control How to modify the search indexing behavior As ...
  • How to use jQuery and other JavaScript Libraries in Sitefinity

    Update:  This blog post contains instructions for Sitefinity 3.x.  If you're looking for JQuery instructions for Sitefinity 4.x, please click here. -- Do you know that we have jQuery, Prototype and mooTools libraries built-in Sitefinity 3.x? In order to use these libraries, you could simply reference them like this: <sf:JsFileLink ...
  • EventsIndexProvider - Include your Events in the Search Results

      Do you want to have a search functionality for your Events? This is now possible, thanks to Josh Morales. Based on an example posted in our forums, he has created the EventsIndexProvider. Using it, you can include all upcoming events in the index. You can find a ...
  • Collecting Sitefinity modules and user controls - a nice initiative

    Chris Bond has started a very nice initiative - he wants to collect all 3rd party modules and user controls for Sitefinity, and to list them on a single web site. The web site is http://sfmodules.logics.co.uk/ This could grow up in something very helpful for everyone. Chris is ready to ...
  • ReplaceTool - Globally replace everything in your project with zero efforts

    Have you ever needed to change a single e-mail, located on 2000 pages with an another one? Have you experienced the problem to update 5000 links in your web site? While running some SQL queries against the project database may do the trick, the chance to screw something is pretty ...
  • I have a blog too!

    Hello! We finally migrated our blogs, so it is time for me to open my own blog. First, let me introduce myself - my name is Georgi Chokov and I am part of the Telerik Sitefinity team. I am responsible for managing all support inquires between the people in the ...