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  • Deleting single file from trash

    There are many situations when the solution works on Development and Test environments, but there are some problems with Production. Few times I had to create test page, check how system behaves and then delete the page. There is no Permanent Dele...

  • Translating EPiServer Category Description for EPiServer Find indexing

    I had a requirement when I needed to translate EPiServer Category Description within product content's property. While it did work fine when viewing the product's page, EPiServer Find did not index it properly - it was using default language's val...

  • Helpful Episerver Find configuration parameters when bulk-changing Content

    Episerver Find is considered a near-realtime search engine. It’s achieved via a event-driven strategy that automatically propagates content-changes to the Search Index whenever Content changes in either Episerver CMS or Episerver Commerce. We’ve...

  • 5 awesome Episerver UI improvements from the developer community

    Supercharge your editor experience in Episerver CMS with these goodies from the developer community.

  • Planning your Episerver project

    You’re going to start working on a brand new Episerver project! Your solution is a brand new slate where you can add your best code ever and you just received the design specs and requirements! Now you need to sit down and get an idea how to build...

  • Creating a custom login page in Episerver and MVC

    After playing around with some fancy pancy caching and AOP in earlier blog posts, I think it's time to return to the basics. Pretty often (today for instance) in Episerver world you hear someone ask how to create a custom login page. So I guess it...

  • How To Use Custom Icons For Specific Page Types In The EpiServer Navigation Tree

    I’ve said repeatedly on this site, that one key but often overlooked part of any successful CMS projects is making the content editors happy. The content editors are the people who will use the CMS on a daily basis, if you fail to architecture the...

  • Free JonDJones EpiServer Icon Wrapper Package

    In case you haven’t stumbled across ux.episerver.com yet, it’s a living style guide for some of the design elements that are available for developers to use within the EpiServer back-end. As part of the design elements, there is a set of 150+ icon...

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