ArchiveApril 2012

This time……………….


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


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


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


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...

Mark Everard

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