Previously, I wrote about 'Document Types' and how to create them in Umbraco, in How To Create A Document Type In Umbraco and create a page with it. We can create containers that content editors can use to create a hierarchy of pages but, as of yet, we have no way of rendering that data on a website. In order to do that, we must create a template. In today's guide, we're going to cover how to create a template in Umbraco and creating a matching MVC view to render the HTML.
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