This section is written for frontend developers and covers some tips and recommendations for implementing frontend code (specifically CSS) within Episerver.
I've talked quite a lot in the past about one of the most fundamental aspects towards Episerver mastery. Understanding how your HTML will integrate into Episerver. Every website is made up of HTML and all designers know how to write HTML, however, w[...]
One common mistake I see when working with clients (especially if I'm brought onto the project too late) is the consideration and unstanding between the differences in writing static HTML and writing HTML that will be intergrated into a CMS, like E[...]
HTML integration is always one of the biggest issues in any project. The majority of back-end developers don't have good enough front end skills to be able to tell the front-end developer what they need and many front-end developers are either new t[...]
As I work with a lot of clients and consequently a lot of people who are new to Episerver, I'm used to seeing a bit of confusion with companies trying to figure out the best way to plan an Episerver project. In this tutorial, I'm assuming that you h[...]
In a tradtional CMS website, webpages were made up of very static templates. Content editors add text into pre-determined properties, but in general, they had very little flexibility when it came to moving graphical elements of the page around. Whe[...]
When you start a new CMS project, you'll have a design that will need to be integrated within EpiServer, somehow. Doing all the HTML work directly within EPiserver can make life for a designer a challenge. They need to understand the page and block [...]
The Episerver editor looks great but sometimes you want to add your own flair into the mix. With a bit of imagination you can do some pretty innovative stuff:
Do you want to make the Text Boxes longer?
Do you want to always make the description vis[...]