Add a Team Page to your Website with Marketpath CMS

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    One of the challenges of any content management platform is adding new page types to your website. With Marketpath CMS, we've created an easy way to download new page templates to your website and use those to quickly create professionally designed pages.

    In the video demo below we use the Unity Team Pages package to create a page titled "Our Team". While we only add three team members, it's easy to add as many as you'd like and sort them according to your preference.

    Page template packages take advantage of our new Marketpath CMS Site Standards and the Marketpath CMS Package Development guidelines. Any site that adheres to the MPSS1 standard using Bootstrap 5 ("mpss1-bootstrap5") will be able to download equivalent page template packages. All of our public site templates use this standard and framework.

    We have a dedicated team whose sole purpose is to build new packages of all types - full sites, page templates, custom libraries, and more. If you're a developer, you can easily create your own packages and release them for others to use.

    Video Length: 2:23


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    About the Author

    Matt Zentz

    Matt Zentz launched Marketpath from a small Broad Ripple bungalow in February 2001 with a focus on custom web application development. He built the first, basic version of a hosted CMS called Webtools and shortly afterward expanded his team and created the first version of Marketpath CMS.

    Matt has worked for a national consulting firm, taught computer programming to high school juniors and seniors , and led the information technology arm of the auxiliary business units at Indiana University.

    Matt graduated from Indiana University in 1999 with a B.S. in Computer Science and has built custom web applications since 1995. Matt is husband to an amazing & supportive wife, has three beautiful children, supreme master to Archimedes (Archie) the dog, and mostly tolerant victim of 2 flying rats (cockateils).

    He coaches various kid sports, enjoys furniture and home renovation projects, and plays guitar and piano. Matt is also active with his church as a parishioner, technical advisor and board member on the festival committee.

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