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Tips for Creating Page Types in Kentico

by Joel Dahlin on July 24, 2016

Tips for Creating Page Types in Kentico

Custom Page Types is one of the core features in Kentico. Here we're going to cover more than the basics. Using some added features with a few best practices makes it fool proof for content editors to add content.

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Capturing the Referring URL on Postback in an Online Form in Kentico

by Jeff Steil on July 21, 2016

Capturing the Referring URL on Postback in an Online Form in Kentico
The default macros in Kentico for capturing the referring url (CurrentBrowser.URLReferrer, CurrentDocument.URLReferrer) do a good job of capturing the referring url when the page first loads, but if you have an online form on the page the referring url is lost on the postback.  Here we detail how to capture the referring url on postback using a custom macro.
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Hiding an Empty Editable Text Web Part in Kentico

by Jeff Steil on April 15, 2016

Hiding an Empty Editable Text Web Part in Kentico
Editable Text web parts are great for entering content on a page, however if they have are wrapped in an HTML envelope or container than that extra styling will appear - whether the web part has content or not.  This post shows you how to change the visibility of the Editable Text web part so that it only displays on the live site if it has content.
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