With Scrivito, editors don’t need to worry about links and their up-to-dateness as the CMS manages them automatically. For example, when creating a page from within a navigation, the page can afterwards be moved to a different location without having to manually adjust the links pointing to any page involved in this operation. Linking a piece of text to a page is as easy as selecting the text and choosing the target via the Content Browser.
Developers can easily have sortable navigations generated automatically. See the
Scrivito.ChildListTag documentation for details, or the tutorial on Building a Child Navigation Widget.
For those of you wanting to construct links programmatically, here’s an overview of Scrivito’s built-in support for handling them.