Umbraco User's Guide
More companies are turning to the power and simplicity of
Umbraco’s web content management system to build robust,
customized sites. Written by leaders in the Umbraco community,
this invaluable guide takes you through every aspect of this
open source tool. Code samples using XHTML, CSS, XSLT, and
C# are integrated throughout the pages to illustrate key concepts
that you can apply. As you work through the chapters, you’ll
progress from building a basic Umbraco site to a sophisticated
one that meets the needs of your organization.
Umbraco User’s Guide:
- Explains how to install Umbraco and walks you through its
- Discusses how to create templates while building your understanding
- Offers best practices for developing content, designing types, organizing templates, and using the rich text editor
- Walks you through XSLT and .NET controls
- Helps you build sample applications and troubleshoot any issues that arise
- Covers how to create your own classified ads site by combining document types, templates, styles, macros, and more
Nik Wahlberg is the founder of Scandia Consulting, a full-service consultancy specializing in custom web application development. He is a Level 2 Certified Umbraco Professional.
Paul Sterling is a member of the Umbraco Core Team and the creator of the
Umbraco Store. He is also the founder of the Commerce for Umbraco open
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PART I: CREATING YOUR FIRST SITE WITH UMBRACO.
CHAPTER 1: INSTALLING FOR THE FIRST TIME.
CHAPTER 2: THE UMBRACO APPROACH.
CHAPTER 3: DOCUMENT TYPES.
CHAPTER 4: TEMPLATES, MARKUP, AND MASTER PAGES.
CHAPTER 5: USING MACROS.
CHAPTER 6: LANGUAGES AND DICTIONARIES.
CHAPTER 7: MULTIPLE SITES, HOSTNAMES, AND LOCALIZATION.
PART II: CONTENT PRODUCTION.
CHAPTER 8: CREATING CONTENT.
CHAPTER 9: ADDING FUNCTIONALITY.
CHAPTER 10: PACKAGES—WHATEVER YOU CAN IMAGINE.
CHAPTER 11: USING XSLT.
CHAPTER 12: WORKING WITH .NET CONTROLS.
PART III: DEPLOYING, TROUBLESHOOTING, AND SAMPLE APPLICATIONS.
CHAPTER 13: DEPLOYING TO A PRODUCTION INSTALLATION.
CHAPTER 14: TROUBLESHOOTING.
CHAPTER 15: SAMPLE APPLICATION: CLASSIFIED ADS.
PART IV: APPENDIXES.
APPENDIX A: UPGRADING AN EXISTING INSTALLATION.
APPENDIX B: SETTING UP YOUR VISUAL STUDIO ENVIRONMENT.
APPENDIX C: RESOURCES.
APPENDIX D: DATA TYPE DEFINITIONS.
Paul Sterling is a member of the Umbraco Core Team and the creator of the Umbraco Store. He is also the founder of the Commerce for Umbraco open source project.