Create custom models, controllers, and views in Classic MVC mode

The process of creating controllers, views, and models in Sitefinity CMS is similar to the standard ASP.NET MVC project. For more information, see:

The following articles describe the process of creating a plain controller, view, and model in a Sitefinity CMS project.

All MVC artifacts in Sitefinity CMS should be stored under the Mvc folder. Everything under that folder has the same naming convention as in a new MVC project. Controllers, Views, and Models are each in their respective subfolders.

MVC folder structure

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