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Episerver - update 355

Release summary

New release of Episerver Campaign (new Marketing Automation start time options). Bug fixes for Episerver CMS Core and Episerver CMS UI.

Released items February 23, 2021

Area ID Type Description Released
  Fallback language is sometimes selected instead of language version when using simple address

Steps to reproduce:

  1. Enable multiple languages like this:
  2. Set root to enable all the languages and set the fallback language to "en" for every language except en.
  3. On page Alloy Plan, set simple address to "alloy".
  4. Create different language versions of Alloy plan and set simple address to "alloy" for all the different language versions.
  5. Go to the different language versions by using their simple address. So for German go to or Swedish

Expected result:

The different language versions of the page should be displayed.

Actual result:

Sometimes, the English version is displayed even if there is a language version available.


EPiServer.CMS.Core 11.20.5; (Or a related package);
Feb 23, 2021
  Accessibility issues with the login page

There are some accessibility issues with the login page (Util/login.aspx) according to WCAG 2.1.

Bug 1: Missing Language of Page in <html>

For example: an English site should use <html lang="en">.


Bug 2: Labels are not connected to form controls

For example: the label for UserName refers to an element ID that does not exist on the page. The input ID is LoginControl_UserName.

    <label for="UserName">Name</label>
    <input name="LoginControl$UserName" type="text" id="LoginControl_UserName" />
    <span id="LoginControl_RequiredFieldValidator1" style="display:none;">­     </span>


Bug 3: There is no text in the header <h2 class="text--error">

For example: <h2 class="text--error"></h2>



EPiServer.CMS.UI 11.33.0; (Or a related package);
Feb 23, 2021

Marketing_32.svg Episerver Campaign

Episerver Campaign 8.50

  • Marketing Automation: Advanced node
    In the Advanced node, you can specify which recipients are passing through the Marketing Automation campaign at which time. You can now specify even more precisely when Episerver Campaign should check the criteria.

    Example 1: If you set the interval to Every 1 weeks, on Wednesday from 15:00, the criteria is checked every Wednesday at 15:00.
    Example 2: If you set the interval to Every 2 months, each 1st from 14:00, the criteria is checked on the first day of every second month at 14:00.

    See the Episerver User Guide: Marketing Automation nodes.

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Last updated: Feb 23, 2021