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  • Creating a Sitefinity MVC Slider with Parallax Effect

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    Description In this post I’m going to demonstrate how to create a Sitefinity MVC based slider widget that incorporates the Parallax scrolling effect for its animation transitions. If you’re not familiar with this effect, Parallax scrolling is a CSS3/JQuery effect where by the various elements within a div container move ...
  • Import External Data into Sitefinity Custom Modules

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    So, you’ve created a custom module, great! Now what? Well, now it’s time to get some data in there. Sitefinity’s Module Builder generates code samples that you can use to start interacting with custom content types right away. In this post, I’m going to show you how I used those ...
  • Workflow Rejection for Dynamic Module Items Using the Sitefinity API

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    When moving Sitefinity module builder items through the workflow, the standard method used is to call. It is the extension method SetWorkflowStatus which allows you to state the status of each item to Published, Draft, AwaitingApproval, AwaitingPublishing, Rejected. dynamicItem.SetWorkflowStatus(testsItem, dynamicModuleManager.Provider.ApplicationName, "Published");            dynamicModuleManager.SaveChanges();  ...
  • Everyone has heard of Hybrid Cars and Hybrid Mobile Apps, but What about Hybrid Cloud Solutions?

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    A hybrid cloud solution is an interconnected environment in which an organization provides and manages some resources in-house while others are provided externally. The hybrid approach allows businesses to take full advantage of the scalability and cost-effectiveness that an external cloud environment offers without exposing all their data and applications ...
  • One to Many Relationships in Sitefinity Dynamic Modules - the Simple Way

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    Dynamic Modules in Sitefinity offer great possibilities for custom development and one of the most common scenarios is to relate several content types. There are some blog posts on this topic (like this one and this one) but they were written long time ago and the approaches described there ...
  • Custom URL Formats for Sitefinity Hierarchical Dynamic Modules

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    The following blog post is based on Slavo Ingilizov's blog post connected to custom URL formats for Sitefinity Content Modules. All hierarchical dynamic items in the Sitefinity CMS have URLs that are generated automatically from a given format. The default format includes the parent module item's name in the URL ...
  • Integrating GoogleMaps with Sitefinity DynamicModules

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    This blog post is a continuation of our previous example for Filtering Sitefinity DynamicContentView on the Frontend. To provide a brief background in that post we demonstrated how you can easily create a widget that would display your dynamic module's content, and allow your users to filter this content dynamically ...
  • Filtering Sitefinity DynamicContentView on the frontend

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    The scenario for today's blog post is a pretty straightforward one - as a website developer I'd like to offer my frontend users a mechanism for filtering the list of Dynamic Module items by certain criteria. To represent the idea better, let's say we'll be dealing with Offices - we're ...