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  • Mark Everard

    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...

    By: Mark Everard

    Tags:  C#  ASP.NET  EPiServer 
    Posted: 13 Feb 2014
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  • Mark Everard

    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...

    By: Mark Everard

    Tags:  C#  ASP.NET  EPiServer 
    Posted: 03 Feb 2014
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  • Johan Kronberg

    XML Sitemap from EPiServer Scheduled Job

    A quick post on how to write a valid sitemap.xml file to disk. I used this approach in a scheduled job for EPiServer. There are some dynamic options available to serve a XML sitemap on-the-fly but I preferred having a static file. I only needed pr...

    By: Johan Kronberg

    Tags:  ASP.NET  EPiServer 
    Posted: 31 Jan 2014
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  • Mark Everard

    POSSIBLE.RobotsTxtHandler for EPiServer 7.5

    A few months back I put together a robots.txt handler for EPiServer CMS 7. Technology moves quickly and since then EPiServer have released CMS version 7.5 My generous ex-colleague Marcin (https://github.com/wma83) has forked and updated the packag...

    By: Mark Everard

    Tags:  ASP.NET  EPiServer 
    Posted: 30 Jan 2014
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  • Mark Everard

    Output cache – a Christmas cautionary tale

    The output cache in ASP.NET allows a developer to specify for the ASP.NET runtime to cache the output of any dynamically generated page against a given policy (such as a time-based cache for 5 minutes). By default, ASP.NET will  execute the code t...

    By: Mark Everard

    Tags:  C#  ASP.NET  EPiServer 
    Posted: 30 Dec 2013
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  • Mark Everard

    A Robots.txt handler for EPiServer 7

    David Knipe put together a really nice module for EPiServer CMS 6R2 called EPiRobots which allowed Site Administrators to manage and update a site’s robots.txt content. Unfortunately the module doesn’t work with CMS 7 I asked Dave about his plans...

    By: Mark Everard

    Tags:  C#  ASP.NET  EPiServer 
    Posted: 01 Nov 2013
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  • Krzysztof Morcinek

    MVC vs Web Forms in EPiServer 7

    You have a choice which one to use when you are building an EPiServer 7 website. IMHO this option is only to give developers familiar with Web Forms, some time to jump to MVC. Like there was Visual Basic .NET … Czytaj dalej →

    By: Krzysztof Morcinek

    Tags:  EPiServer 
    Posted: 07 Oct 2013
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  • David Knipe

    Never edit your hosts file again when working on localhost

    When setting up a new application on a development machine you normally need to add a hosts file entry such as dev.clientname.local to point a domain back to your local machine e.g. http://dev.clientname.local. It’s not normally a pain though it i...

    By: David Knipe

    Tags:  ASP.NET 
    Posted: 29 Jul 2013
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  • Kim Bjurling

    Hypernode AB lanserar ny webb

    Vi på Hypernode AB har snickrat ihop en ny design och teknik på vår webbplats. Webbplatsen är byggd i WordPress med Twitter bootstrap, Vi har även valt att köra LESS för att göra utvecklingen av frontend mycket smidigare och snabbare. Vi är även...

    By: Kim Bjurling

    Posted: 23 May 2013
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  • Valdis Iljuconoks

    Localized EPiServer model validation attributes

    When it comes to validation the set of model validation attributes from DataAnnotations namespace in System.ComponentModel namespace is really handy. You can decorate model properties declaratively. [DisplayName("The message")] [Required] public...

    By: Valdis Iljuconoks

    Posted: 05 May 2013
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