In a recent upgrade of a very old Umbraco CMS WebForms site to 6.x I found a trick with getting the request validation disabled on a template level instead of for the entire web site through the web.config.
I'm posting this blog because the original blog by Grant Thomas seems to have disappeared. The blog was referenced on Stack Overflow and luckily its still available as a cache on Google.
When reading through the AngualrJS tutorials you may be unknowingly learning to pollute your global namespace with your controllers. Learn how AnuglarJS helps you do it right.
If you need a way to quickly create a list of your hours for today in Basecamp Classic, this post is for you!
Ever needed to change the location of where the media is stored to a second server on your network or to a CDN or something like Amazon S3? This post should help you configure Umbraco to not only save the media in the backoffice correctly, but server the correct image urls.
Ever wanted to display the users submission from Umbraco Contour on a Thank You page, but didn't know how to access the API? Well, this post is for you.
This could be adapted as a confirmation page to a PayPal payment form post or simply to let them know that the submission was successful.
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Hey Designers, your CMS got you down? Constantly cursing at the cumbersome interface? Well Umbraco has been rockin' my socks since I first installed it and started learning it. Here's (just a few) reasons why Umbraco makes people like us happy
Let's say you want a list of events on your home page. The following is an example about how this might be accomplished using Razor scripts.