Error Message: Someone is Already Using This Username and Password
"Someone is already using this username and password from another computer or browser. To process, you need to log him/her off."
see this message if you close your browser/browser tab while still logged in to
MPI.org, so the next time you open a browser to login to the back end, you
are technically still logged in, but the browser has now “forgotten” your
To resolve this, click the “Log the other user off and enter”
button. This will start a new session
and bring you to your dashboard.
This message would also be displayed if for some
reason you have given your credentials to someone else, and they are currently
logged in as you.
URL Already Exists Error
If you create a content item with the same title as another existing content item, it's likely the existing content item also has the same URL as the one you're attempting to create, and you will see this message: An item with the URL '[URL HERE]' ...
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 ...
Active Chapter Membership Guard
With the Active Chapter Membership Guard widget, you can create a page that can only be viewed by MPI members in your chapter who are currently logged in to their MPI account. This is not a general "MPI Members only" restriction - it ...
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 ...
Creating Columns Using Grid Widgets
You will most likely need a page that has content separated into columns. You don’t have to create the column layout on the page before adding Content widgets, but it does help if you already have a design in mind. Here is an example of columns ...