Lee Crowe
Nov 30, 2011
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ElencySolutions Image Map and Hot Spot Editor v1.1 Released

I have just released a new version of the Image Map and Hot Spot Editor I created for EPiServer CMS 6.

The main reason for the new version was to fix issues that can be caused when using EPiServer Commerce, this caused my embedded resources to not be served through my VPP providers.

Also it’s now in a nuget feed Smile

For more information about the properties please refer to my previous blog post.

The assembly can be found on the EPiServer nuget feed and codeplex.

Nov 30, 2011


Jon Haakon Ariansen
Jon Haakon Ariansen Sep 9, 2013 10:15 AM

On IIS 6, the following code must be added to global.asax file:


Mark A
Mark A Sep 23, 2015 04:19 PM


I'm using this in a load balanced environment and have found that when an image is selected and I click the Edit Image Map button the popup loads with the a message "You must specify an image" however if I access via one of the sites under the load balancer directly it works as expected. Have you seen this behaviour before and know how to fix it?



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