Blog entries tagged with ASP.NET

  • My very simple Caching Reverse Proxy ASP.NET MVC Web Application

    I've published an early version of a thing I put together called Cloud Accelerator on GitHub . What is it? A very simple application that fetches, caches and serves web content from the remote domain names you allow. Decompresses if necessary and...

  • Google Analytics Enhanced Ecommerce Features with Tag Manager

    The Enhanced Ecommerce Features in Google Analytics are pretty cool. So are the features of Google Tag Manager. Steve Celius has a blog post on Google Analytics Tracking and Customization for EPiServer Commerce where he shows some of the features....

  • Working with your own forms in EPiServer and MVC

    Custom forms is a common thing to have in a site's templates. In the older Web Forms days this was typically done by adding regular ASP.NET Web Controls and checking IsPostBack() inside OnLoad() in the same page template. If posting was done from ...

  • Config Transforms With SlowCheetah

    Earlier today I wrote a quick blog post on config transforms outside of the web.config. After some comments on Twitter, I did some more research on SlowCheetah, and then did some playing around with a sample project. The good news is, I found a...

  • Config Transform Beyond Web.Config (Updated)

    If you’ve worked with web application projects in Visual Studio lately, you know about the web.config transforms. Basically, create a new project, and you’ll see your web.config expands and, by default, there’s a web.config.debug and a...

  • EPiServer start page language based on visitor's IP

    Got tasked with determining and showing start page language based on visitor's IP on a EPiServer 7.13 site. The site has https://www.siteurl.com/ as the primary host name. The site has bindings for many names and IIS Redirecting/Rewriting for the...

  • Find(ing) missing dependencies when installing New EPiServer Find

    Recently we installed the New EPiServer Find so we our editors could benefit from the sleek new interface from which they could view and optimisation our user’s search journeys. Installation on our DEV machines was simple and performed through...

  • Configurable Content Feeds for EPiServer 7.5

    AKA – another (and better!) RSS/ATOM feed for EPiServer. Developing an RSS feed for an EPiServer CMS system is actually quite a simple task and there is already a good amount of information and community options that you can download and use....

  • Image resizing in EPiServer 7.5 CMS

    Dynamic image scaling is an often sought after feature for interface designers and content editors. Whilst not natively supporting this feature; EPiServer 7.5 CMS contains a neat hidden feature (Thanks @athraen for the heads up) that allows a...

  • Validating image dimensions in EPiServer 7.5 CMS

    EPiServer 7.5 delivers a completely new digital media management system offering a host of editor enhancements, including integration into the new editing interface, multiple file drag and drop file upload, inline media preview, and drag and drop...