Sitefinity allows site builders to upload, store, and organize files for their websites.
You can upload many file types into Sitefinity. Some of the most common are PDF, Word and Powerpoint. Here is the full list of file types accepted: .ace, .css, .wmv, .mov, .mpeg, .mpg, .avi, .mp4, .ogg, .wma, .wav, .mp3, .ppsx, .pps, .ppt, .pptx, .rar, .csv, .jpeg, .xlsx, .docx, .html, .png, .gif, .jpg, .zip, .xls, .txt, .rtf, .doc, and .pdf.
Ensuring your files are accessible is a really important step before you upload them into Sitefinity. Accessible files allow site visitors with disabilities to access the content in your files. Below are some general tips to keep in mind.
Get more information about accessible PDFs, Word documents, PowerPoints and more!
There isn't an exact size recommendation for files. In general, smaller file sizes equal better load times.
Before uploading your file into Sitefinity, you need to rename the file to something that describes the content so your users know what content to expect. The name of the file displays as the title when using widgets like the content block, document link, and documents lists so make if descriptive but concise.
You done all the work to name, size, and make your document(s) accessible. Now it's time to upload them:
Libraries are like folders for your files and should be used to organize them. Learn more about libraries.
You are ready to display your files on you pages! In order to use your files, open the page in edit mode and choose the widget you would like to use. If you are not sure, document widget is a good place to start.