A content area is a specialised Episerver property type that allows content editors to add dynamic components (like blocks) into CMS pages. It is very common that you may need to customise this property, say to add integration with the bootstrap framework. This section describes content areas in more details and covers some techniques to customise it.
In Episerver 7 onwards, you may notice that the CMS injects two tags above and below all content areas. When it comes to keeping a static design in-sync with your CMS site, very often you will get broken styles and a lot of crazyness. The extras are[...]
In some projects, you may want to add some form of custom validation in your content areas, for example you may only want to allow 5 blocks in a carousel, or, you only want certain blocks to be allowed. In Episerver there isn't a very easy way to do[...]
A common requirement on most websites is to restrict what blocks can be added to different content areas. On most projects we usually implement a carousel. To add a new slider into a carousel is usually done by adding a slide block into a content a[...]
In this guide, we're going to talk a bit about ContentReferences, the different ways you can compare them and then give advice about the recommended approach. I came across a snippet of code that, from first glance, looks reasonable but caused a subt[...]
The first concept you need to learn when working with Episerver CMS is Pages and Blocks. If you have worked with any types of CMS before, then pages are pretty self-explanatory. A website will be built out of several page types/templates. A standa[...]
One of the hardest challengers for devlopers new to Episerver is designing the pagetypes and blocks in a way that makes the Episerver backend easy for content editors to use. Trust me, if you design an EPiserver backend in a way that takes content e[...]
When you work with Bootstrap within EpiServer, your HTML will still need to work on a row and column format in order for your pages to render correctly whenever a site visitor comes to look at it. In the rules of Bootstrap, pages should be made up o[...]
Today's tutorial is going to discuss how you can set a default display option rendering size for your Episerver blocks. If you are new to Episerver display options, then I suggest you read this article first, How To Configure Episerver To Allow User[...]
A content area is an Episerverproperty that allows content editors to publish dynamic components like blocks and pages onto your Episerver webpages. The first time every designer new to Episerver uses a content area they usually get a little shock. [...]
When working with Episerver we have page types and blocks. I've written previously about How To Make A Block Use Multiple Views ? A Partial View Controller Explained, today I'll talk you through how to display a page type as a partial.
What is a pag[...]