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  • Selecting Sitefinity 4 Content Inside Widget Designers

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    We’ve explored the different properties you can edit using Widget Designers, from editing basic widget properties to using AJAX Rad Controls. Today, we’ll see how it’s possible to add selectors for Sitefinity content in your widgets. Sitefinity Fields Although Sitefinity 4 currently does not include the web editors from ...
  • The power of post-purchase processing hooks in Ecommerce!

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    We introduced a very powerful feature in Sitefinity 4.2 SP 1 that allows you to implement customized code through a post-purchase processing hook in the Ecommerce module.   A software developer can create  custom code and register the code to be called after two specific events.  The first event that can ...
  • 404 and custom Parameters

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    In Sitefinity 4 we support parameters in the URL , not only in the query string. The only problem for now is that we have to be able to tell the difference between a valid URL and an invalid one. But when the URL does contain parameters, it gets a ...
  • Creating Advanced Sitefinity 4 Widget Control Designers

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    In the article Anatomy of a Sitefinity 4 Widget we looked at the basic building blocks for building a Sitefinity Widget and its associated Control Designer. Today we’ll take a look at a new example, making use of different HTML elements such as checkboxes, drop-down menus, and radio buttons. Also, ...
  • Windows Azure: What You Need to Know About the July/September Upgrades and Sitefinity

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    As many of you may already know, the SQL Azure July 2011 Service Release increased the database engine version of SQL Azure from 10 to 11 which caused many applications to stop working as soon as this update was applied to the data center they were running in. Sitefinity was ...
  • Adding a new Content Type to Search

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    With the release of 4.2 there are a lot of changes related to the Publishing System and the Search. They were focused mainly on the extensibility. Actually the search relies on the publishing system to process the data. There are inbound pipes which are responsible for pushing the data into ...
  • Anatomy of a Sitefinity 4 Widget

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    We previously looked at a quick “Hello World” example of a Sitefinity Widget and Control Designer. Today I would like to take a closer look at the different components and options available when building widgets. I hope this will give developers a deeper understanding of the architecture to make ...
  • Using Update Panel in sitefinity

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    If you try to use the update panel in Sitefinity and check Include Script Manager setting in page properties you will run into a little problem. Apparently, the update panel control expect to have registered a script manager on the page during the execution of OnInit method.  This is a ...
  • Sitefinity Publishing System: A Brief Walkthrough

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    NOTE: We are currently working on updating the Blog post content to reflect the refactoring in Sitefinity PublishingSystem introduced in our latest releases. In addition we're planning on extending the sample project with a couple of pipes we encounter as frequently requested by clients. Please find attached an updated sample ...
  • Registering custom pipes in Sitefinity

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    Introduction Prior to Sitefinity 4.2 it was not possible or at least not easy to change or extend the publishing system of Sitefinity. That's why we reworked the publishing system with the idea one to be able to extend it or change it easily. The main idea is to add ...
  • Sitefinity Ecommerce is HERE

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    I am pleased to be a part of the Telerik team that created the Sitefinity Ecommerce module!  The Ecommerce module allows a merchant to setup and configure an online store quickly and easily.  I love Sitefinity Ecommerce software and the ease of creating pages and dragging the Ecommerce widgets onto ...
  • 5 Things: Useful Examples of the Sitefinity ViewMap

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    As we discovered in last week’s post Customizing Sitefinity 4 Controls with the ViewMap, the ViewMap is a simple but powerful way to take control of your controls, allowing you to globally map all instances of those controls to a custom external template file. Templates The Sitefinity 4 SDK...
  • Customizing Sitefinity 4 Controls with the ViewMap

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    Earlier this week, you learned how to use the Advanced Settings in Sitefinity 4 to customize the toolbar configuration for Sitefinity’s RichText editor (RadEditor). This is an extremely useful technique for making site-wide toolbar changes to Sitefinity’s RadEditor.  Some scenarios, however, require additional customizations to the RadEditor or ...
  • Creating Sitefinity 4 Content Modules Part 5: Module Installation

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    Table of Contents This series covering Sitefinity Content-Based Module creation is broken up into 5 parts: Part 1: Project Setup and Hello World Part 2: Data Layer Part 3: Backend Administration Part 4: Frontend Controls Part 5: Module Installation Overview In the last four posts in this series, we laid ...
  • Creating Sitefinity 4 Content Modules Part 4: Frontend Controls

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    Table of Contents This series covering Sitefinity Content-Based Module creation is broken up into 5 parts: Part 1: Project Setup and Hello World Part 2: Data Layer Part 3: Backend Administration Part 4: Frontend Controls Part 5: Module Installation Overview Now that we've created the backend administration for our module...
  • Sneak Preview: Sitefinity Template Builder coming soon

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    While the Sitefinity team is preparing for the upcoming Sitefinity 4.2 release that will feature a new e-commerce module, file storage provider, Sitefinity 3.7 migration module and many more I will share a new goodie that wasn’t announced in our public roadmap! Coming with the Sitefinity SDK 4.2 release, Telerik ...
  • Creating Sitefinity 4 Content Modules Part 3: Backend Administration

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    Table of Contents This series covering Sitefinity Content-Based Module creation is broken up into 5 parts: Part 1: Project Setup and Hello World Part 2: Data Layer Part 3: Backend Administration Part 4: Frontend Controls Part 5: Module Installation Overview Now that we have defined the data layer for our ...
  • Creating Sitefinity 4 Content Modules Part 2: Data Layer

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    Table of Contents This series covering Sitefinity Content-Based Module creation is broken up into 5 parts: Part 1: Project Setup and Hello World Part 2: Data Layer Part 3: Backend Administration Part 4: Frontend Controls Part 5: Module Installation Overview In our last post "Project Setup and Hello World...
  • Creating Sitefinity 4 Content Modules Part 1: Project Preparation and Hello World

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    Table of Contents This series covering Sitefinity Content-Based Module creation is broken up into 5 parts: Part 1: Project Setup and Hello World Part 2: Data Layer Part 3: Backend Administration Part 4: Frontend Controls Part 5: Module Installation Introduction We previously looked at how you can build simple, User ...
  • Building Data Layers Quickly with OpenAccess

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    In last week’s webinar on building Sitefinity Intra-Site Modules, we used the Entity Framework to build a simple data layer, as we have had many requests for a module example that does not use OpenAccess. However, I wanted to take this opportunity to compare this approach to OpenAccess by ...
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