Sitefinity: Blogs

In Sitefinity, "Blog posts" is one of the out-of-box content data types. Blogs and blog posts are managed in the Sitefinity at /Sitefinity/Content/Blogs. Blog posts are then added to the page using the drag-and-drop Blog posts widget found in the Content section of the page editor toolbox. 

Below are various layout templates for the Blog posts widget component.

Blogs - Blog Post List

Full content is shown here with a limit of three (3) posts and pagination enabled.

Posts List: Default

  • Recap of Aug. 4 Sitefinity CMS introduction

    On Aug. 4, we presented an update on the Web Reboot initiative and an introduction to the Sitefinity content management system. The session drew a large and engaged audience with a lot of great questions. The meeting was recorded and the video, handouts, a session evaluation form and the presentation are now available.

  • Draft of new web guidelines ready for review and input

    We’ve been working to flesh out some updated web guidelines in time to share at today’s large meeting between the ITC and members of the UTMB web development community. These are designed to align with new requirements and capabilities mapped out as part of the Web Reboot. The guidelines are now ready for review and feedback...

  • Marking an important milestone in our web evolution

    Monday we’ll launch the new iUTMB page, and it signals reaching an important point for all of us involved in web development (and even web use) at UTMB. We’ll push the first of the new pages using the Sitefinity framework into production, and from there, there is no turning back...

  • UTMB web outage scheduled for Sitefinity CMS software upgrade: What it means

    UTMB www.utmb.edu and intranet.utmb.edu home pages and other select sites hosted in the UTMB Sitefinity Web CMS will be unavailable on Thursday, June 9, 2016 starting at 10:30 p.m. for scheduled Siteifnity CMS software version upgrade.If you have any questions please contact Mike Cooper, Marketing and Communications at mgcooper@utmb.edu.

Posts List: Divider

CSS Classes: blog-post-item-divider
  • Some important reminders for tumultuous times

    Social media is reshaping our society, and it has significant benefits and potential risks. At UTMB Health, we have policies and rules governing social media use for department and program sites, as well as for personal accounts and pages on platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn and others. If you're on social media, you should be familiar with these guidelines...

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Posts List: Card

CSS Classes: blog-post-item-card
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    Facebook Removes Custom Link Editing

    In an effort to reduce content misrepresentation, Facebook has removed the ability for Pages to edit how a link appears prior to posting. Starting July 18, 2017, Page editors can longer alter link metadata (i.e. headline, description, and image).

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    Social Media Developers' Seminar: July 12

    We recently brought together institutional social media stakeholders for an informative, interactive session. The event served as an important step in our efforts to resurrect a grassroots coalition of UTMB social media developers and content/page managers.

  • Buzzsumo: We Analyzed 100 Million Headlines. Here’s What We Learned

    It is difficult to overstate the importance of headlines. A good headline can entice and engage your audience to click, to read, and to share your content. In many cases headlines are the thing that is shared rather than the article. So you knew that. But do you know what makes an engaging headline?

Posts List: Card (W/ Grid)

CSS Classes: blog-post-item-card list-col-sm-6

Sessions full for intermediate Sitefinity training

All slots are now full for the Feb. 11 Sitefinity training. We are looking into opening up a couple additional seats. If you’d like to be put on the waiting list, drop a note to itc@utmb.edu.

“Introduction to Sitefinity” now online

A high-level introduction for people new to the Sitefinity content management system was hosted Jan. 20. It provided a general project update and overview, defined roles and types of users, and more. The session is now online.

Posts List: Card (W/ Grid + Masonry)

CSS Classes: blog-post-item-card list-col-sm-6 list-masonry

Sessions full for intermediate Sitefinity training

All slots are now full for the Feb. 11 Sitefinity training. We are looking into opening up a couple additional seats. If you’d like to be put on the waiting list, drop a note to itc@utmb.edu.

“Introduction to Sitefinity” now online

A high-level introduction for people new to the Sitefinity content management system was hosted Jan. 20. It provided a general project update and overview, defined roles and types of users, and more. The session is now online.

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