Umbraco level 1 training
Monday, November 7, 2011


Learn how to implement websites fast without compromising designs. This two-day course will go through the basics of umbraco from a designer/developer point of view.

Training information

Dates: 11/7/2011 - 11/8/2011
City: Ghent, Belgium
venue:
OneOffice Raas van Gaverestraat 83 9000 Ghent Belgium

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Training agenda

Target Audience: Designers, Web Developers
Language: English
Requirements: To get the most of out the course, we recommend that you bring your own laptop. If you can't let us know.

Learn how to implement websites fast without compromising designs. This two-day course will go through the basics of umbraco from a designer/developer point of view. You'll learn best practices on multi-lingual sites, creation of re-usable navigations and lists, input via the AutoForm and even end up loving XSLT. We'll also go through some of the popular packages and other productivity tricks.

Agenda - updated to cover Umbraco 4.5 functionality:

  • Understanding the umbraco basics - Runway/Modules, Document Types, Templates and Macros (including usage of the new Masterpages functionality)
  • Creating a simple website from scratch
  • Understanding XSLT - creating a news "module"
  • Creating multi-language websites including coverage of Dictionary Items and Languages
  • Advanced properties: Re-use of properties and recursive usage of properties
  • Two-way feedback using AutoForms and Notifications
  • Optimizing markup for Canvas Editing
  • Great Packages: Implementing full-text searching and mail forms

In other words, after two hard days in the dojo, you'll be able to create multi-lingual websites, blogs, news sites and even two-way communication without any need for .NET skills.

This course covers everything you'll need to know to pass the Umbraco Developer Level 1 Certification.


Location

Orbit One - Ghent
Raas van Gaverestraat 83
9000 Ghent

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