When it comes to development, Episerver is easily hands down one of the easiest CMS systems for dot net developers to work with. This definitely extends to creating templates within Episerver to allow content editors to build pages. If you have some experience with MVC then you will already know most of the process. Like MVC you will need a controller, a view model, and a view. The main difference with Episerver is that you need to inherit from slightly different things and you will also need to define a page type. The tutorials in this section will help you to define a page type in code, write a very basic display for it and then configure Episerver to set the page as the homepage.
In this guide you will learn how to create a pagetype within EPiserver and hook it into the more normal MVC type controls. PLease note that tutorial has been rewritten for people brand new to Episerver.
Creating a Pagetype
First you will need to [...]
Often on an Episerver project, you will need to set a new Start page within Episerver. Setting a new start page is very easy and can be done within a few second. In today's guide, I'm going to walk you through the process. I'm assuming the you hav[...]