Some developers are lazy or just not paying attention of the attributes set on content types and properties. I believe that developers should set the correct information as soon as possible and not wait until the end of the project go through and set data to the needed attributes for content types and properties.
In Episerver an editor is normally registered for a combination of a .Net type and an optional ui hint using the EditorDescriptorRegistration attribute. In this blog post we’ll look on how you can add editors conditionally at start up.
Manually configuring IIS for multiple hosts is time-consuming work. Here's how to use config transforms to speed up the task.
Episervers built in property type List is a very powerful feature. At Epinova we've used this for adding relations between items, for instance adding tags where a tag might be another content item. However, there's an issue with editing this property in Episerver that you need to fix in order to use the out of the box editing. In this post I'll show how to solve this.
With Episerver now supporting TinyMCE 4, here's how to configure some of the most common toolbar buttons.
While Episerver contains a ton of functionality - both in the core products and via add-ons - there is always room for improvements. These are the 10 most requested missing features, as reported by the Episerver community.
Wouldn't it be convenient to export and import content directly from the page tree in Episerver?
How to become a better CMS developer by walking a mile in your clients' shoes.
While EPiServer have long been at the forefront of the enterprise CMS game, the key to staying ahead is to constantly evolve while staying true to your roots.
Summarizing EPiServer community activity for the past year - featuring a better World, community mergers, and movement in the EMVP & Top Contributors lists.
EPiServer is breaking the traditional mould for proprietary WCM vendors.
Do independent vendor rankings tell the whole story? Should they influence your decision making?