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  • Insert/Update/Delete content items with RadScheduler for ASP.NET AJAX

    In this blog post I am showing how to create a custom RadScheduler control that can be used to insert/update and delete content items. Generally the implementation is related to Events provider and IEvent objects. All data for the items managed through this control is persisted by the default Events ...
  • Filter CategoriesTree control by Blog.

    The main reason of this post is a discussion that I had in Sitefinity's forum post. So, the problem here is that you have BlogPosts control that supports filtering, but the same does not apply for CategoriesTree control. Using BlogPosts FilterExpression property you can  show only a specific blog ...
  • Insert/Update/Delete content items with RadGrid for ASP.NET AJAX

    In the following blog post I'm  going to show you how to create a custom control that uses one of the most powerful controls form Telerik.Web.UI suite - RadGrid for ASP.NET AJAX and its functionality to Insert/Update/Delete content items. The control will allow you to populate the RadGrid with items ...
  • Group appointments by event categories in a custom Events Schedule View

    This week's Tip of the Week post samples a custom Events Schedule View that allows us to group event items in the RadScheduler by the categories events belong to. For the purposes of this we will need to create a custom control that inherits from the built in Events Schedule ...
  • Use the Content Manager API in a Web Service

    This post as my previous post is inspired by a client support request to extend Sitefinity functionality in a way. I also think that this is a good way to sample how the modules API can be used in web services. Following the logic of group operations functionality added in ...
  • Enable loading of CMS pages through an AJAX Web Service

    Hello Sitefinity Community. My name is Radoslav and I am part of the Sitefinity team here at Telerik. I think it is about time I too had a blog where I would share my tips on developing with Sitefinity. As a starter I would like to introduce you to the ...
  • Separating search results in multilingual websites

    If you have a bilingual or multilingual Sitefinity based website that uses standard SearchBox and SearchResults controls with reference to all pages you will see that the SearchResults control will return all ResulItems no matter of the culture you use. So it will be not useful for my English speaking ...
  • How to force newly created users to enable their accounts.

    This is a general topic that shows extending the server CreateUserWizard control. I am going to show you how you can force newly create users to confirm their registration to your website by sending an email message. Actually this is a simple implementation that could be extended depending on your ...
  • Creating a custom WebUITypeEditor

    The purpose of this post is to show how you can create a custom WebUITypeEditor. There are a lot of cases, where you would need to extend some base controls and implement a custom logic requiring to get some id or other value from a custom web editor. This post ...
  • Sitefinity 3.7 SP1 is out!

    Hello everyone, We are very excited to let you know that Sitefinity 3.7 Service Pack 1 is now waiting for you to pick it up from your Client.Net accounts! The Service pack is mainly concentrated in bug fixes which you have requested since the last 3.7 official version. As usual, ...
  • Group Operations Come to Generic Content Based Modules

    Good day to all of you Sitefinity enthusiasts out there. I’m Slavo, a developer on the Sitefinity team and here’s my first post on the Sitefinity blogs. You’ve probably already downloaded and installed the 3.7 release we shipped a while ago (if you haven’t now is a good time). I ...
  • Sitefinity 3.7 released!

    It's my pleasure to inform you that Sitefinity 3.7 has just been rolled out. Some of you might ask what happened with the planned SP3. We have included a new module, 2 new site templates and a feature that you wanted for a long time (group operations), so the changes ...
  • Implementing RSS: a Simple RSS Bare-Bones RSS Module

    Introduction   There has been interest from you about RSS. That is why we decided that a new sample module should be made to demonstrate just that. You can download the module's source code from here.   Overview   Having said that this module is going to be bare-bones, ...
  • Resolving the url of dynamic links

    As most of you have noticed, in Sitefinity 3.6 we introduced a new way of handling links to content items, images, documents and pages. By implementing the dynamic content links, you can now move pages around the sitemap and rename libraries, and the links to such items will not be ...
  • Getting your News articles full Urls

    We have had a couple of requests lately on how can someone get the full urls of the news articles. There a quite a few reasons why you might need this list of urls - you might want to put those in a Google Sitemap or create some custom tracking ...
  • Facebook, C# and Sitefinity Integration Part II

    On my last post about Facebook, I showed you how to get started using the popular social networking tool. Though I did get to Facebook integration during my recent webinar, you can get the sample code for Facebook integration here. Before proceeding, please read the Facebook blog post I ...
  • Using "Rad Dock for ASP.NET AJAX" in Sitefinity

    Here is a very simple way on how to use RadDock control in Sitefinity. You can add  RadDock in a .master page thus gaining the ability to "move around" whole sections of controls freely on the page.   How to: 1. Create a master.page file. 2. Add the RadDock control ...
  • Using Telerik Silverlight controls in Sitefinity

    Here are few guide lines on how to wrap Telerik's Silverlight controls so they can be used in Sitefinity. In this example I will use the RadCube and the GridView Silverlight controls. How to: 1. Make sure you have installed Telerik's Silverlight controls and Visual Studio Silverlight Tools. 2. Open ...
  • Showing 3rd Party RSS Feeds

    **Sample Code is Available Here**   Introduction   You can show RSS Feeds from 3rd party websites because RSS Feed data is in XML, so you just need to load it into a dataset, select a table from it, and bind it to a data-bound control. This article will discuss ...
  • Webinar Scheduled - Integrating Sitefinity with Popular 3rd Party Applications

    Another webinar has been scheduled for Thursday, June 4th at 11 am EST. I will be discussing integrating Sitefinity with Facebook, Amazon and other popular APIs. Code samples and more info on this integration is available on my past blog posts. Here is some info about the webinar:   Integrating ...