Blog entries posted during 2014

  • Database failures when creating a site in Visual Studio

    I’ve seen a few cases where Visual Studio is not able to create the database successfully when using the template to create a new EPiServer site. The MDF file is in the correct location, but either there are errors in the Visual Studio console... 0

  • Mixing Forms and Windows Authentication

    Recently I worked on a project where the client had both internal (Active Directory) and external (database-stored) users and wanted to authenticate both against the website. In itself, that’s very straightforward in EPiServer – we can just use th... 5

  • Auto-translate using the EPiServer languages Add-On

    When working with multiple languages on your EPiServer website, you have three options when it comes to translating your content: Do it manually Do it with a translation agency Do it automagically Option (1) is simple enough, you create a blank... 5

  • Cookies missing on XForm submission

    I came across a nasty little gotcha when working with XForms recently and although I grant it is somewhat of an edge case the cause is a bit obscure so I though it worth blogging about in case anyone else happens across it. The cause will also hav... 0

About the blogger

Dan Matthews


EPiServer South Africa
Contributing Citizen

Digital Marketing. ECommerce. My career summed up in three words. Empowering EPiServer partners across Africa since 2009. Loved by an amazing wife, two awesome boys and the incomparable Jesus Christ.