Find list items

Sitefinity CMS allows you to search for a specific list item. For more information about querying list items by ID, see For developers: Query list items.

To search for a specific list item you can use the Native API or the Fluent API.

Searching for a list item by title

The following examples search for a specific list item with the specified Title.

Native API


First, you initialize ListsManager. Then, you get all list items using GetListItems() and filter based on the Title and Status properties. Finally, you return the list item.

Fluent API


First, you initialize the plural facade of the list item using App.WorkWith().ListItems(). Then, you filter based on the Title and Statusproperties. To get the list item, you use the Get method. Finally, you return the list item.

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