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  • What’s new in documentation for the past two weeks

    We just published a batch of new documentation topics. The highlights this time include more topics about creating payment processor providers in ECommerce, as well as a new section for Field Controls. There are also the new features of Thunder, of course. A detailed list of topics follows. Ecommerce Creating ...
  • How to view the Sitefinity API Reference in Visual Studio 2010

    Update: This post was written while the API Reference was still in the SDK. Since then we've excluded it from the SDK and provided a separate download in the client accounts on Once you download it, the steps to install are the same as the ones described below....
  • Keyboard Shortcuts for the Sitefinity Backend

    Web development has gradually but steadily moved towards HTML5 in the recent years.  We’ve seen a lot of talk about using more client technologies and moving functionality from the server to the browser. It seems everyone is using AJAX already and Sitefinity is no exception. With these trends comes a ...
  • Using Sitefinity to Manage Our Own Product Documentation

    We just launched a brand new Sitefinity documentation portal, which you can access at The goals we had for this project were to make all our documentation resources more easily accessible, and provide a single place that you can go for help when using Sitefinity. At the same ...
  • URL Filtering with Multiple Content Widgets per Page

    In my previous blog post, I walked you through some scenarios of filtering content using URL parameters. We looked at using paging and filtering by taxon at the same time, while also keeping URLs different and SEO friendly. We learned that if we want to use named parameters, we ...
  • URL Filtering in Built-in Content Widgets

    The built-in content modules in Sitefinity are the backbone of many projects. That’s why we’ve included a lot of functionality in them that you can use out of the box. Examples of this are paging and filtering on public pages. In some tricky scenarios, those features might not behave like ...
  • Custom URL Formats for Sitefinity Content Modules

    All content items in Sitefinity have URLs that are generated automatically from a given format. The default format includes the publication date and item title with the URL, and removes special characters at the same time. The URL format is configurable and this article explains how you can modify it....