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Bartosz Sekula
Apr 23, 2020
(3 votes)

Forms compatibility package with Labs.BlockEnhancements

Block Enhancements Labs package does not fully support EPiServer Forms so if you use both packages in one of your sites then you may need a tiny compatibility package that I have just released a new version v0.2.0 of.

The source code is Open Source, more details can be found here:

The nuget can be installed from

The package lets you configure the Forms without changing the Editing Context which is a bit more convenient when working with compex and long forms:

Add Form Elements

It also works in OPE:

Edit Form Properties

It is not an official package from EPiServer but is actively maintained by the "advanced-cms" team (Greg & Bart).

Apr 23, 2020


Praful Jangid
Praful Jangid Apr 24, 2020 08:12 AM


Good Job :) 

Joshua Folkerts
Joshua Folkerts Apr 26, 2020 01:30 AM

Very nice work.  Keep up the good work. 

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