Have you considered using Quick Publishing for this? See Smooth Publish Using JQuery and EPiServer Quick Publishing.
Hope this helps.
thx! It sure did, not quite what I was looking for but still good :) I have succesfully established a link to the quidkedit mode from my profile. However when I remove the right to enter the CMS I need to logon as an administrator to enter the CMS (ordinary user does not hag access to the CMS)
I have added this location input to my webconfig without success:
<allow roles="WebAdmins, Administrators, IteraUser"/>
<deny users="*" />
How do I give a user rights to enter the editpanel??
I believe they need access to edit mode so that they can access EditPanel. See this thread for more information: http://world.episerver.com/Modules/Forum/Pages/Thread.aspx?id=52327&epslanguage=en.
I want to be able to edit page propertys by code since we dont want users to have access to the edit view in the CMS. I have so far created this button:
public void EditButtonClick(object sender, EventArgs e)
editMode = true;
description.EditMode = true;
mobilePhone.EditMode = true;
mainPhone.EditMode = true;
firstName.EditMode = true;
lastName.EditMode = true;
email.EditMode = true;
were description is an episerver property etc..
so whenever a user clicks in the editbutton his or hers property fields gets editable in view mode. However I do not know how I can store these edited propertys in the database.
I want to use a save button. I have tried with everything but the propertys seems to be read only.. :/