Today I got confirmed as a speaker for the upcoming SharePoint Evolutions Conference 2013 in London to present two sessions on SharePoint 2013 Web Content Management.
Building an English version of our website was one of the most important design decisions for our new website. And although building and maintaining a multilingual website is an ongoing process, it is totally worth it, because so far we have had some great feedback. So how did we do it?
Last week I had the honor of presenting at BIWUG about what is new in SharePoint 2013 for public-facing websites. Here is the deck from my presentation.
In the previous articles of the Mavention.nl v3: How we did it? series I showed you how we built the authoring site that we use for managing content on mavention.nl and mavention.com. Starting with this article we will move towards the publishing site and I will tell you more about the functionality behind the public-part of our new website.
In the previous article in the Mavention.nl v3: How we did it? series I showed you the landscape of our new website built with SharePoint 2013 and which different sites we are using. Starting from this part I will tell you more about how we leveraged all the different capabilities of the SharePoint 2013 platform for all the different sites in our landscape. To begin with: how did we build our authoring site?