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  • Custom validation message for Forms

    In Forms 4.23 we have released a feature that allows user can enter a custom validation message for each validator. Let say that you have some forms which used the same some validators (ex: RequiredValidator). When visitor enter something not correct, by default the form will display message stored in xml lang files. And there's no way to custom...

  • Warning before deleting a page that is used in a property decorated with a SelectOne or SelectMany attribute

    Long title and I hope it made some sense. The case is that it's quite common that the underlying data for SelectionFactories which is then used with SelectOne and SelectMany attributes is normal Episerver pages. For example this is used to handle contact-cards in the Alloy site. But since it's pages there is always a risk that someone by mistake...

  • Common errors when developing an Episerver site

    At Zone , we spend a lot of time developing and maintaining large-scale Episerver builds with a team split across the UK, Romania and India. With a large codebase and lots of developers working at the same time, there are some errors we encounter occasionally that can take time a lot of time to identify, but are quick to fix when you know the...

  • EPiServer Notification For Expiring Pages

    A client asked if they could recieve some form of notification that pages they have created are about to expire 7 days before it actually expired.   I asked the client if they wanted an email of the list of the pages that are about to be expired and their response was, we get so many emails a day, that it might get lost in the list.  So the next... 4

  • Enrich your logging with Episerver data

    Some of you may have noticed I quite like Serilog. And my NuGet package to integrate it in Episerver is used quite a few times, so I guess I am not the only one. One of the reasons I like it is that you enrich your logging with a lot of extra information. There are … Continue reading Enrich your logging with Episerver data

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