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How to deploy an ASP.NET website using Umbraco as an example

This post gives you step by step instructions for how to deploy an ASP.NET website. In the video I'm using an Umbraco site as an example, but it applies to any ASP.NET website. If you are unsure of any of the steps then watch the video.

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How to optimise your website for search engines. SEO in Umbraco

This post shows you how you can add the meta tags which are required for search engines and sharing on facebook and twitter.

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How to fix the error "The name 'Scripts' does not exist in the current context"

This post shows you how to fix the error "The name 'Scripts' does not exist in the current context"

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How to fix the error 'The following sections have been defined but have not been rendered for the layout page...'

This post shows you how to solve the error 'The following sections have been defined but have not been rendered for the layout page "~/Views/Master.cshtml": "Head; ScriptsBottom; etc; etc".'

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How to search by document type and property in Umbraco

This post shows you how to search by specific document types and fields in umbraco, using Examine.

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How to find the Home page in Umbraco

This post shows you how to find the home page (root node) in Umbraco. It shows you how to do it in a View, and in a Controller.

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How to get the current logged in Umbraco user and restrict front end content

This post shows you how to get the current logged in Umbraco user and restrict content on the front end of the site.

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How to build a site with Umbraco - Part 8 - Creating a blog section

In this video you will see me: - create a blog section - create a blog post list partial view, model and controller - render the latest blog posts - show how to sort content items - show how to order items by update date

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Retrieving your audience from the grips of Rebloggers

My struggle with rebloggers and my simple solution for the problem.

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How to add reCAPTCHA to an MVC form

This blog post makes it easy for you to set up Google reCAPTCHA on your MVC website. It also works with Umbraco.

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