The Dashboard is the first page you’ll see in the Sitefinity CMS. It contains links to the knowledgebase and analytics, recent blog posts, recent events, and a listing of pages and other content you recently worked on or uploaded under “My content.” You can quickly sort content items and pages by their status (published, locked, draft), or see all of them.
The main menu across the top of the Dashboard area gives you access to the Sitefinity CMS features and functions you’ll need in the backend.
Pages represent the canvas on which you build and structure your website. In addition, pages contain the administrative and content authoring tools you’ll use to manage your website and organize its structure and appearance.
The structure and functionality of the page are created by adding widgets.
This is where you create news articles, blog posts and events. You can also upload different types of media and documents, as well as create forms, edit your chapter headlines and manage advertising.
Pages represent the canvas on which you build and structure your website. In addition, pages contain the administrative and content authoring tools you’ll use to manage your website. In the Pages section, you can create & edit pages, and browse & ...
Logging In & CMS Overview
Logging In To access your chapter website dashboard, first log in to www.MPI.org, then visit: https://www.mpi.org/Sitefinity. If you are already logged in to your MPI account, you will be taken directly to your chapter’s dashboard when you visit ...
Content Widget Overview and Properties
All content and functionality of the Sitefinity CMS pages are defined through widgets. Widgets are controls which you drag and drop onto the page in content editing mode, then configure to display content. Anything you want your page to do is done ...
Adding Content Using Content Widgets
Content widgets are the main tools of the Sitefinity CMS. They are what control the content shown on a page. After you create a page and go into editing mode, you will be in the Content view by default. You will see a single large area to the ...
Content block widget
This is the widget you will probably use the most. With this widget, you can enter content using the text editor and its features. You can type and format text, insert images, documents, symbols, and paste in pre-formatted text and tables from ...