If you use Umbraco and you create forms using MVC and razor, perhaps a contact form, you might want to populate a dropdownlist with data controlled by the Umbraco backoffice. This post shows you how to do that.
This video expands on what I said in my tutorial and actually shows you how to move your code out of the controller and into a helper class.
This post shows you how you can add the meta tags which are required for search engines and sharing on facebook and twitter.
This post shows you how to search by specific document types and fields in umbraco, using Examine.
This post shows you how to find the home page (root node) in Umbraco. It shows you how to do it in a View, and in a Controller.
This post gives you a handy little helper method to turn your related links property into a C# class object to make it easier to work with.
In this video you will see me:
- create a blog section
- create a blog post list partial view, model and controller
- render the latest blog posts
- show how to sort content items
- show how to order items by update date
This blog post makes it easy for you to set up Google reCAPTCHA on your MVC website. It also works with Umbraco.
This post has the code and a video you need to help you start using Dependency Injection in MVC and Umbraco
In this live streaming video, you see me working on the following functionality for my website onlinewishlisth.co.uk:
Fixed member verification, Finished registration, Refactoring registration controller