Blog entries posted during February 2010

Adding different CSS classes when using the EPiServer PageTree control

by: Frederik Vig

Another little quick tip. I was browsing the EPiServer World forum and came across a common question. by David Green I am using the EpiServer:PageTree control to generate a nested <ul><li> list in the format below. However I am also using a dropdo... [ Read full article ]

28 February 2010  0 Comments


Getting the Page and EPiServer CurrentPage object from HttpContext

by: Frederik Vig

Just a little quick tip when needing to use either the Page object or the EPiServer CurrentPage object from a class file. HttpContext.Current will give you access to the current request, what we can do is cast HttpContext.Current.Handler (since Pa... [ Read full article ]

20 February 2010  0 Comments


Tool to re-index all EPiServer pages

by: Fredrik Haglund ( Inexor )

You get a warning when you try to delete a file or EPiServer page if it is referenced form another page. EPiServer uses EPiServer.DataAbstraction.SoftLink for this feature and all links to files, other EPiServer pages and external urls are stored... [ Read full article ]

19 February 2010  0 Comments


PageName vs UrlSegment Report

by: Øyvind Wabakken Hognestad

When editors start putting content in their empty site, they will probably start with some test pages or not a well thoughtful page name in the structure. Later the editors often change page names several times until they are satisfied and at the... [ Read full article ]

19 February 2010  0 Comments

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PageName vs UrlSegment Report

by: Øyvind Wabakken Hognestad

When editors start putting content in their empty site, they will probably start with some test pages or not a well thoughtful page name in the structure. Later the editors often change page names several times until they are satisfied and at the... [ Read full article ]

19 February 2010  0 Comments

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PageName vs UrlSegment Report

by: Øyvind Wabakken Hognestad

When editors start putting content in their empty site, they will probably start with some test pages or not a well thoughtful page name in the structure. Later the editors often change page names several times until they are satisfied and at the... [ Read full article ]

19 February 2010  0 Comments

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Changes to Page Objects API in CMS 6 Release

by: Paul Smith

The upcoming final release of CMS 6 will introduce a couple of small changes in the way you load and save Page Objects compared to the RC1 version. Following feedback and a few bug fixes we decided that mixing Page Objects with PageData and having... [ Read full article ]

18 February 2010  0 Comments


One page - Many fathers: a solution using EPiServer Events

by: Anders Hattestad

In a tree structured CMS system where all pages have only one father there are times when you would like to display one page in different places. And you even would like to make the same page appear to the end user as 2 different pages,with 2... [ Read full article ]

16 February 2010  30 Comments


Access Denied in Temp folder when importing packages

by: Allan Thræn

At a course in the great state of Pennsylvania we just came across this intriguing problem: On one installation, whenever we tried to import .episerverdata packages it would complain with an error message indicating that access was denied when... [ Read full article ]

11 February 2010  3 Comments


Visual Studio 2010 EPiServer Snippets

by: Frederik Vig

I finally got my hands on a copy of Visual Studio 2010 RC1! After playing around a bit, I stumbled across the new snippet functionality in Visual Studio 2010. You can now use snippets in the markup files as well (in previous versions you could onl... [ Read full article ]

11 February 2010  0 Comments


CMS UX – give the content some thought!

by: Adam Najmanowicz (Cognifide)

One of the many things we debate constantly at Cognifide is how to improve the user experience. How to make editor’s life easier, how to simplify the common everyday tasks, what can be automated, and simply how to make our customer smile a little... [ Read full article ]

08 February 2010  0 Comments


Itera.DynamicDataEdit v0.1 - Edit your objects with EPiServer Properties

by: Anders Hattestad

I have had a lot of fun looking around in the inner workings of the new Dynamic Data Store. The concept is brilliant and can be used in a lot of different ways. My Itera.MultiProperty was one way of grouping and using properties in other places th... [ Read full article ]

06 February 2010  2 Comments

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Installing multiple EPiServer CMS / Community Editions on the same server

by: Paul Smith

The EPiServer CMS / Community installation packages that you download from EPiServer World are made up of a bootstrapper application (setup.exe) and a few Windows Installer (MSI) files. One of these files, EPiServerShared.msi, is configured so tha... [ Read full article ]

03 February 2010  0 Comments

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