At this point you have basic knowledge of how to build a website. You know how to install a new blank website, how to define a master page, create page templates and how to add new pages based on page templates.
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Take an e-learning course
We highly recommend attending our e-learning course, Developer Essentials, which walks you through the process of building a website more thoroughly, while providing best practices, tips and optimization tactics.
In the e-learning course you will create a more complex medical clinic website.
Engage in the community
Take a look at devnet.kentico.com, where you can find the latest Kentico articles, released hotfixes, questions & answers section and also a form for submitting support issues.
Learn how to deliver projects with Kentico
The Kentico Advantage guide will walk you through all phases of delivering a successful web project. This resource leverages the collective experience of our solution architects to identify best practices as well as pitfalls through every stage of a project.
To continue learning how to build a website, see the following recommended topics:
- Page types – allow you to define custom website structures to store content separately from the page design. For example, we could create a Doctor page type to store information about doctors.
- Editing pages – see how content editors edit website pages in Kentico.
- Widgets – widgets are simplified web parts designed for use by content editors.
- Setting up multilingual websites – learn how to configure Kentico to display sites in multiple languages (cultures).
- User management – learn how to manage users in Kentico.
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