This post talks about whether or not people should be charging for an Umbraco package when Umbraco itself is free.
This post shows you how you can get to the IPublishedContent item from a Content Pick Macro Parameter in Umbraco. It is a guest post by Nisreen Almasri from Sweden.
This blog post will act as a diary for my experiences throughout the 2 day Umbraco UK Festival in London on 2nd and 3rd November 2017.
In this video you see me adding the finishing touches to the front end part of my video carousel. Then you see me take the html and make it work dynamically in Umbraco.
This is the last video of this series. I show you how to publish your Umbraco website. We deploy the site manually using IIS and we set up the database in SQL Server too.
The fixed background image block is the last part of the content we need to make editable. It should be straight forward but we tackle some bugs along the way.
In this video we continue with the last episode to finish the news section and we also add some meta tags for SEO
In this video we add a news section to the website and we write the code to get it to display the news article previews on the home page and on the news list page.
In this video we make the services section editable. We use related links for the icons list and other code which we have done in previous episodes
In this video we get the navigation menu to populate automatically using the page structure. We also set up pretty links e.g. codeshare.co.uk/reflex which goes to pixelarity.com/reflex