Blog entries tagged with ASP.NET

EPiServer and ASP.NET AJAX

by: Ted Nyberg (Ted & Gustaf)

Script error after ASP.NET AJAX postback in EPiServer I had two seemingly identical EPiServer websites, each running EPiServer CMS 5 R2 SP1. However, on one of the websites a peculiar script error occured after the second postback in an ASP.NET AJ... [ Read full article ]

29 June 2009  2 Comments


How to make virtual path providers work with precompiled EPiServer websites

by: Ted Nyberg (Ted & Gustaf)

Note: This is an experimental workaround. It is not supported by EPiServer nor Microsoft. Introduction Earlier I wrote a post on how you can Precompile your web site to publish it without source code or markup . Minutes after publishing it I was... [ Read full article ]

03 September 2008  4 Comments


Precompile your website and publish it without source code or markup

by: Ted Nyberg (Ted & Gustaf)

IMPORTANT: This approach won't work with EPiServer CMS 5 unless you implement this experimental workaround EPiServer CMS 5 uses virtual path providers which aren't supported by the .NET framework for precompiled websites. This workaround is used t... [ Read full article ]

02 September 2008  6 Comments


Using a single domain strategy with multiple languages in EPiServer

by: Ted Nyberg (Ted & Gustaf)

Introduction This post covers one way of enforcing a domain strategy for multi-language (or multi-division) sites. There are two common scenarios for multi-language site domain strategies: Use one top domain per language In this case, www.mysite.c... [ Read full article ]

04 April 2008  4 Comments


Unable to send e-mail without local SMTP server

by: Ted Nyberg (Ted & Gustaf)

When you try to send e-mail through an external SMTP server using the System.Net.Mail namespace classes, you may encounter an error saying " Cannot get IIS pickup directory". Often this has to do with permissions, but I recently discovered another... [ Read full article ]

12 December 2007  4 Comments

Ted Nyberg (Ted & Gustaf)

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