What's new in Sitefinity documentation

What's new in Sitefinity documentation

March 31, 2011 0 Comments

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Apart from providing a lot of requested features and improvements in the upcoming Q1 release, we've been busy working on the Sitefinity documentation. Over the past few months, we have collected a lot of feedback from you about what is missing and what can be improved, and we are doing our best to act on it. We've just updated the online versions of the Developers Guide, User Guide, Designers Guide and Installation and Administration Guide

Here is a highlight of the new resources available to you:

Developers Guide

Many of you have requested deeper and more detailed documentation for creating Sitefinity modules. The Products module (the final item in the list above) is the first step we’ve taken, but we have greater plans. Expect more articles on module creation soon.

User Guide

Installation and Administration Guide

Designers Guide

As always, we welcome your suggestions about documentation topics you feel we should write. It’s an ongoing quest to provide thorough product documentation, but the more feedback we get, the sooner you’ll see your desired topics. Don’t hesitate to drop us a line.

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