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Use this procedure to login with the same credentials to different websites that run on the same localhost, using the same browser. This way you do not have to logoff from one of the websites to login to the other.
You can manage various configurations of dynamic modules, related to permissions, module settings, and the content items in the dynamic modules.
Sitefinity CMS provides you with a variety of settings to configure security and authentication properties and aspects.
Use this procedure to configure email settings – SMTP stand for Simple Mail Transfer Protocol. The settings are needed every time the system must send email.
Enable getting search results to include other language versions of media files, independently of the currently selected language.
Manage system settings, including security, performance, caching, email profiles, URLs, system configuration, and others.
By default, comments are enabled for all commentable types of content and pages. Ratings are enabled, by default, only for products.
You can modify users by managing user roles, editing user details, or by logging out a user.
You can modify the permissions of users and roles, as well as Explicitly grant or implicitly deny permissions.
Depending on whether you are on development or production environment, use this procedure to turn on and off debug mode.
Use this procedure to configure different SMTP profiles to send emails from the system.
Configure a variety of advanced setting for the store, related to currency, taxes, payments, shipping, and others.
Configure password recovery for the Sitefinity CMS application, including SMTP settings and parameters for forgotten password.
Dynamic content types created using the Module Builder support additional URLs for their items. When you change the title or the URL of an item, this is not going to break any existing links that navigate to it. When you open an item on the frontend, the URL that you set last is displayed.