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How To Copy/Clone a Page in the Umbraco Backend

Instead of creating a new page within Umbraco each time, it’s often quicker to copy an existing page, or section instead and then change the bits you care about.  Cloning pages in Umbraco is very simple.  In the Umbraco backend, find the page you wan[...]

How To Move A Page In The Umbraco Backend

Pages can easily be moved within Umbraco.  The most common reason to move pages is to change the order they appear in menus, or news feeds. Moving a page might be as intuitive as you first think.  In most systems, you simply drag and drop pages, but [...]

How To Delete and Restore a Page in the Umbraco Backend

Sometimes, simply unpublishing a page within Umbraco isn’t enough. If you know you will never need the contents of a page again then there’s not much point in keeping it anymore.   Umbraco can work with hundreds of pages, but, as a general for any CM[...]

The Umbraco Richtext Editor Explained

The Rich Text Editor is the control you will use to add most of your content onto your website.  I think almost everyone reading this will be familiar with the interface.   If you have used Microsoft Word, or Google docs, then the interface should be[...]

How To Work With Images In The Umbraco Backend

A web page would be pretty boring without images.  To display an image on one of your Umbraco pages it must be loaded into the Umbraco Media library. Many companies will provide you with a pre-set library of images that you can use, while other compa[...]

How To Reinstall Umbraco

In this post, I am going to explain how you can reinstall your Umbraco database, so you can start from scratch.  There are a number of scenarios when this is really useful.  Building a new website can often involve a lot of trial and error of approac[...]

How To Edit An Existing Page In The Umbraco Backend

One of the most useful aspects of any website is that unlike a book, a webpage can be updated easily and frequently. Editing existing pages within Umbraco is even easier than creating a new page. Finding Your Content All your Umbraco web pages are [...]
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