1. You could try to resize the whole Dialog inside which RadEdtior control is wrapped. For instance for GenericContent control which you can dorop on a page you can modify width and height properties of
border: 1px solid #557076;
width: 800px !important;
height: 800px !important;
Note that the same dialog is used by all other controls.
2. There is SitePanelBar control that you can drop on a page. The control is customized RadPanelBar which is bound to SiteMapDataSource control.
You can find more information and samples about how to modify RadPanelBar control at
RadPanelBar for ASP.NET AJAX
PanelBar / First Look - demo
3. All RadControls are compiled in Telerik.Web.UI.dll which is located in project’s bin folder. Each customer can register every RadControl using the web.config file – toolboxControls section. Below is a snippet of this section
section=”RadControls” type=”Telerik.Web.UI.RadScheduler, Telerik.Web.UI”/>
Generally speaking, you have access to all the Ajax Controls in Visual Studio when you download Sitefinity. These can be used for modifying the site and creating custom (.ascx) controls, which you can then upload to Sitefinity. Most of the RadControls are usually only useful for developers and can be confusing to content managers who just want to create text, polls, and other information to publish on the site. This is why it may only be wise to add only those RadControls to the dashboard that content managers will be using and not the ones that they won’t (for example the RadAjaxManager).
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