Compress content to increase your performance.
Sitefinity CMS provides you with tools and settings to administer media file libraries. You can configure upload mode, what items are displayed in the backend, as well as blob, CDN, or third-party storage provider settings.
This section describes configurations you must perform outside Sitefinity.
Configure output and client cache via cache profiles for the whole application, or on content and page level to optimize website performance.
You setup the requirements for a user password, how passwords are stored, and how passwords are delivered via Sitefinity CMS settings.
Install SSL certificate and configure all or specific pages to require SSL, especially when having sensitive information transferred over the network.
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Using L2 cache can significantly increase the overall performance of your application. In SItefinity, you can configure the L2 cache settings per persistent type - both in Network Load Balanced (NLB) environment as well as single instance environment.
There are cases, where you want to prevent creating a cached item of a page. You can configure a set of roles, for which output cache is disabled.
Modify configuration basic and advanced settings entirely through the Sitefinity CMS user interface. Create your custom configuration classes.
Manage the hierarchical structure of folders and files in the project. Create, copy, move, upload, download, rename, and delete files and folders.
In Sitefinity CMS you can have different profiles for users. With different profile, you can use Profile widgets to display different information to different groups of users.
Configure custom error pages for your Sitefinity CMS website and whether to display detailed or general page.