Blog entries posted during 2018

  • Episerver World & Forum Posting Tips

    Episerver World One of the great benefits about working with Episerver as a platform, is the great Episerver World area. For those who are new or don't know, there are some of the great features that are available Episerver Technical Documentation... 0

  • Episerver South Summer Meetup

    Come join us @ Redweb on Wed 18th July next week (moved due to football) down in sunny Bournemouth for a nice evening of chatting about Episerver with some guest talks from us and some local Episerver experts.  https://www.meetup.com/EPiServer-Lon... 0

  • DXC Automatic Image Optimization

    Earlier this year in update 210  https://world.episerver.com/releases/episerver---update-210/  called  Automatic Image Optimization The release feature was described as  "This feature reduces the size of the images downloaded from your site, thus... 0

  • Controlling Episerver Display Options Via A Custom Attribute

    Introduction To The Problem Episerver out of the box uses a system called blocks which everyone should be familiar with. These blocks are the broken down components of the page that build up the functionallity of the page and allow editors to... 0

  • Using commerce carts for more than just basket and configuring the cart cleanup task

    Different Serializable Carts In a standard commerce implementation we would usually unless building something custom use the new Serializable Carts feature in Episerver Commerce. For loading a cart we call either  LoadCart or  LoadOrCreateCart on... 0

  • Enabling the Page Tree Component in the Commerce View

    When it comes to building an interconnecting website that has both CMS and Commerce you end up with a lot of different pages and blocks. Within this setup you end up having pages that are PageData based and within the site tree as well as commerce... 0

  • Making drag and drop pages/media work with the IList

    Here at Redweb, we are currently building a new site for a client with lots of content population. For one of our gallery solutions we decide to utilize an IList as we have used many times before without issue. Problem: Our Qualtity Assurance guy... 0

About the blogger

Scott Reed


Redweb Ltd Bournemouth
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I am the Development Director of the Episerver team at Redweb. Redweb is based in Bournemouth an builds large scale CMS builds for companies, charities and government bodies on a range of CMS platforms.