Blog entries posted during October 2009

SlideShare Dynamic Content

by: Frederik Vig

In previous posts I’ve blogged about the SlideShare API. In this post I’m going to show how you can use it to create a Dynamic Content Plugin that lets your editors choose a presentation from and display it on their web page. Before... [ Read full article ]

25 October 2009  0 Comments

EPiServer FindPagesWithCriteria and FindAllPagesWithCriteria

by: Frederik Vig

I didn’t know about the FindAllPagesWithCriteria method until today. There is a subtle, but very important difference between the two. FindPagesWithCriteria will filter out pages the requester does not have access to and that are not published,... [ Read full article ]

21 October 2009  0 Comments

Sending confirmation email to the user when using EPiServer XForms

by: Frederik Vig

Plenty of websites have contact forms or other forms that the user fills out to either make a request or provide feedback. This is something that many sites use instead of making their email address public available. To avoid receiving to much spa... [ Read full article ]

17 October 2009  0 Comments

Creating an EPiServer Plugin

by: Frederik Vig

In EPiServer you can use plugins to extend the UI with new functionality for administrators and editors. You have 10 different types (in EPiServer CMS5 R2 SP2) to choose from. These are: ActionWindow – Item in listing on action window in edit mode... [ Read full article ]

08 October 2009  0 Comments

Creating a mobile version of a web site

by: Frederik Vig

When building web sites we has developers or designers have to take into consideration all the different types of devices that can be used to access the web sites we create. Not just PC or Mac with Internet Explorer, Firefox, Safari, Opera, Jaws, ... [ Read full article ]

04 October 2009  0 Comments

Frederik Vig

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I currently work as a System Developer for Geta in Oslo, Norway. I mainly write about things I work with, which are – .NET and web technologies.



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