Blog entries tagged with Dynamic Content

Create new dynamic content in EPiServer

by: Ted Nyberg (Ted & Gustaf)

One way to create more dynamic page templates in EPiServer is to use dynamic content. Here's an example of how to create dynamic content including dynamic content settings. [ Read full article ]

28 September 2010  0 Comments


Parse an EPiServer XHTML property with Dynamic Content

by: Ted Nyberg (Ted & Gustaf)

Render Dynamic Content without the Property control Outputting EPiServer property values are often done using the EPiServer Property control: < EPiServer:Property PropertyName ="MainBody" runat ="server" /> Using the Property control will render... [ Read full article ]

16 September 2009  0 Comments


Parse an EPiServer XHTML property with Dynamic Content

by: Ted Nyberg (Ted & Gustaf)

This post explains how to parse XHTML which contains dynamic content in EPiServer so that we can retrieve the actual markup. [ Read full article ]

16 September 2009  0 Comments


Implement a stock quote ticker using Silverlight (part 1/3)

by: Ted Nyberg (Ted & Gustaf)

Goal of the implementation In this series of posts I’ll walk you through implementing a Silverlight control for displaying a share ticker on an EPiServer website using dynamic content: Prerequisites In order to complete this sample you need the... [ Read full article ]

30 March 2009  3 Comments


Implement a stock quote ticker using Silverlight (part 2/3)

by: Ted Nyberg (Ted & Gustaf)

This is the second post in a series demonstrating how to retrieve stock quotes from a web service, present them using Microsoft Silverlight, and finally enable EPiServer editors to insert such stock quotes as dynamic content. If you haven’t alread... [ Read full article ]

30 March 2009  1 Comments


Implement a stock quote ticker using Silverlight (part 3/3)

by: Ted Nyberg (Ted & Gustaf)

This is the final post in a series demonstrating how to retrieve stock quotes from a web service, present them using Microsoft Silverlight, and finally enable EPiServer editors to insert such stock quotes as dynamic content. If you haven’t already... [ Read full article ]

30 March 2009  2 Comments

Ted Nyberg (Ted & Gustaf)

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