This post is a reference to show you how to set up rewrite rules in your web.config file.
This post shows you how you can use package actions to modify, update, or set configurations for your Umbraco site on your package install event.
This guide walks you Through how to set up AppVeyor for continuous delivery of an MVC or Umbraco site.
This post gives you step by step instructions for how to deploy an ASP.NET website. In the video I'm using an Umbraco site as an example, but it applies to any ASP.NET website. If you are unsure of any of the steps then watch the video.
In this post I give you a simple template to start using for your own RSS XML feed. It's very simple and straight forward.
This post will show you how to create a custom config section in your .NET application and use it in your code.
This post teaches you how to set rewrite rules for your umbraco site. You may want to force your site to go to a secure url or force it to go to a url with www. at the start. To add these rules, you need to go to the file /config/UrlRewriting.config
This post shows you how to create an XML sitemap in your Umbraco website.
I will share the code I have used to create my XML sitemap page http://www.codeshare.co.uk/xmlsitemap
You will need an XML sitemap when you submit your site to search engines.
If, like me, you find it very annoying that Umbraco seems to stop you from entering whatever markup you want to put in the editor, then this post should help you.