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  • Syndicated blog - Posted on: Apr 11, 2023

    Recently I stumped upon this question Removing a property that no longer exists in the code ( . it’s a valid (and even good) question. It is easy to add a new property to your catalog content type – you can simply add a new property...

  • Posted on: Apr 05, 2023

    We have a client that upgraded to CMS 12. They were using Lionbridge previously for translations, but when we installed the newest version ( we got the following exception on Startup: Full stack trace:  EPiServer.Framework.Initializatio...

  • Syndicated blog - Posted on: Apr 04, 2023

    This post will walk you through the process of getting the blob assets from production to get the images working locally.

  • Posted on: Apr 03, 2023

    In Find 13, we introduced language routing on indexing to improve indexing performance for indexes setup with multiple languages. With the release of Find 13.4.9, we further introduced language routing on query time. We recommend moving up to 13.5...

  • Syndicated blog - Posted on: Apr 02, 2023

    Simple example how to send an external message to user in Optimizely that shows up in Notification Pane using the Notification Framework.

  • Syndicated blog - Posted on: Mar 29, 2023

    It’s a story as old as time. You work hard to build a great site. You have all the right properties – with descriptive names – that the content authors recognize, and know how to use. Everything is going according to plan. The site is good. Life i...

  • Syndicated blog - Posted on: Mar 28, 2023

    For years, the Generic PropertyList has been widely used, despite it being unsupported. Today a better option is released!

  • Posted on: Mar 28, 2023

    Introduction Until now users were able to store list properties in three ways: Store simple types (int, string, DateTime, double) as native properties like IList , IList , etc.. as described in

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