Simple Styling of EPiServer Forms

Prior to EPiServer Forms 4.5, we were forced to inject in our own styling by editing the less files. This often resulted in breaking functionality where javascript were dependant upon these base CSS classes. EPiServer last year changed this by binding javascript to data attributes freeing us from styling shackles. This article is for those… Continue reading Simple Styling of EPiServer Forms

EPiServer Find Index – unknown property

This particular nugget has screwed with me for a few days. When attempting to run a standard EPiServer Find index, my log files were getting flooded with this: An exception occurred while indexing (Content): MapperParsingException[failed to parse [Blocks.Items.Blocks.Items.DefaultPrice.UnitPrice.Currency]]; nested: ElasticSearchIllegalArgumentException[unknown property [CurrencyCode$$string]]; . Contact episerver support to get them to move your index to a… Continue reading EPiServer Find Index – unknown property

EPiServer 10 – Restrict any Block Types on XHtmlString property using the Validation Attribute

I couldn’t find a similar solution online as I believe there is an emerging pattern where we are now instructing clients to drag EPiServer Blocks into Rich Text editors. Requirement: As an Editor I want to limit certain blocks types from being dragged into the rich text editor Solution #1: Apply this attribute to any… Continue reading EPiServer 10 – Restrict any Block Types on XHtmlString property using the Validation Attribute

EPiServer 7.5 – Exception – More than one content model is assigned to the guid

When running an EPiServer site and you get the exception “More than one content model is assigned to the guid”. This is usually because you’ve changed a namespace. There will be a reference to the old namespace cached somewhere so do the following: 1) Clear your bin folder 2) Clear the ASP.NET Temporary files folder… Continue reading EPiServer 7.5 – Exception – More than one content model is assigned to the guid

New Marie Curie ‘In Your Area’ Search Functionality

For the past two weeks here at Marie Curie we’ve been working on new functionality for searching for Marie Curie services across the United Kingdom. It has just today finally gone live and now we can serve our supporters with better information about the key services and events in their area. ‘In Your Area’ On… Continue reading New Marie Curie ‘In Your Area’ Search Functionality