Sitefinity CMS comes with a set of built-in modules, which can be directly used in the pages you create. You can also create your own custom modules and use them side by side with the default ones.
Each Sitefinity CMS module has to inherit from ModuleBase and override the Install method. In it, add the logic for the actions the module will perform when getting added to a Sitefinity CMS site. In this case, the module creates a backend page trough which it will be accessed and it adds ContentBlock widget to that page with some text.
EXAMPLE: To create general purpose module in Sitefinity CMS, refer to the sample module that creates sitemap by registering HTTP handler:
Following is a list of some of the methods used:
NOTE: A Sitefinity module may be functional without creating a page trough which the module is accessible
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