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Well I do not think that creating a blog page for each blogger will hinder your performance a lot. Take a look at our blog sites - the Telerik Blogs
, and Sitefinity Blogs
. They are both running on Sitefinity and if you take a look at the number of bloggers on the Telerik Blogs site you will see what I am talking about. Having a site with a hundred bloggers, that all have their own blog page is the same as having a site with a hundred pages all using content from the modules.
Consider the following example. You create a Blog
page on your site that will display all blogs. Then as children pages you will create a page for each blog. E.g. if the main blogs page is ~/blogs.aspx
, for blogger A you will create a page ~/blogs/bloggera.aspx
, and set the blog posts control on that page to display blogs only from blogger A's blog. In your Blogs
module you will create a blog for each blog author, and a blog for your corporate blog. When you set each blog, you should make the Blog page
property point to the page for each persional blog. An example with blogger a will be ~/blogs/bloggera.aspx
see attached image. In this way, wherever you place a Bloggers
control in your site, users will be redirected to the appropriate blogger page.
the Telerik team