The Report Center has been a part of Optimizely CMS since its first debut in version 5R2 in 2008, but in CMS 12, it's removed! Don't despair! Make your own Report Center!
The addon that gives you super powers directly in your browser is upgraded to support CMS 12 and .NET 6. Enjoy!
Optimizely CMS 12 can finally convert pages from one page type to another! Great! But what about blocks and media...?
Google Analytics might be illegal, cookies can't be used without active consent, GDPR and Schrems II are almost a household name. You should be very careful with personal data, at least if you are based in the EU!
Is it possible to upgrade an add-on to support .NET 5 and Optimizely CMS 12 in just three minutes? Hold my beer!
Optimizely Content Manager is a lightweight editing UI that aims to make publishing content easier, as it takes away some of the complexity. I like the idea, but here are still some major issues!
Content Manager is finally updated, and it's now possible to create and publish content without going through a bunch of meaningless steps.
No! Optimizely Content Manager is a lightweight editing UI that aims to make publishing content easier, as it takes away some of the complexity. I like the idea, but here are two main issues left before Content Manager could be used in a production environment.
I enjoy poking around in the Episerver database, so I made an addon to make it easier! Enjoy autocomplete, save your favorite queries for later - but be careful!
A new Episerver addon use technology described in the Junior Woodchucks' Guidebook over 2000 years ago, to safely store your Episerver data! Check it out!
After disappearing in Episerver.CMS.UI 11.21.0, the globe is finally back in Episerver.CMS.UI 11.30.0.
Reading the documentation, Episerver Social Reach sounds like a nice tool, being able to post to multiple social media from the same user interface. I'm sorry, but Episerver Social Reach is dead!
I made a module for Episerver CMS that uses Microsoft Azure Cognitive Services Computer Vision API to generate automatic metadata for uploaded images.
With the introduction of the GDPR storing personal information is not something that should be taken lightly. Using Azure Cognitive Services it is possible to identify what's in the images that editors, or users, upload to your site. You may then choose to take action, based on the identified content and your policy.
Have you ever published a meaningless change to a Episerver page, just to make sure the Find index is up to date? Have you struggled with the Find UI to figure out what’s indexed for the page you just had opened in edit mode? One simple addon solves both problems!