ArchiveApril 2012

This time……………….

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This isn’t mine – in fact I don’t know who the credit should go to. However, it was so great I wanted to put it somewhere relevant where I could see it often.
UPDATE (16th May 2012): It originally came Manu Cornet at Bonkers World. Awesome stuff
 
 

Personalize your EPiServer site by visit duration

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Want to show a personalized message of gratitude to those users who spend a long time on your site? Now you can with the TimeOnSiteCriterion for the EPiServer Personalization/Visitor Group framework 😉 Technically – this is a straightforward implementation of a Visitor Group criteria, using some of the native Personalization API to record when the user starts their session. This is then...

A Page Type security overview plugin for EPiServer

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I’ve been dealing with more of EPiServer’s security and access control functionality recently. See my recent post about creating an attribute based framework for managing security at the property level as a example. When it comes to enterprise level security requirements,  governance is the key. This means not just having the ability to define your  security policy (through an admin...

FortuneCookie.PropertySecurity version 2.0

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The coding machine that is Lee Crowe and myself have made a few additional changes to the PropertySecurity attribute framework I blogged about a few weeks ago. The changes in Version 2.0 are: It’s now absolutely dependent on PTB2 – you’ll see why below. PropertySecurity attributes can now be applied to PropertyGroups – this is why we need PTB2. You can now add a class...

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