In this post I’ll be going over the various advanced custom code and configurations you can apply to the Sitefinity content editor along with tips and tricks to wrangle the admin the way you need it so it can perform at the optimal level for your client.
One of the biggest challenges with Sitefinity is molding and altering an existing content type to fit the client’s needs. This blog series will briefly explain the nature of the admin screen, how it works under the hood and how you can customize it to your specific needs.
Many developers are familiar with the ASP.Net Web Configuration Manager in Visual Studio to maintain or create users in their SQL databases. The application allows the creation of users, as well as role creation and assignment. However, to my surprise, this functionality is no longer available in Visual Studio 2013.