This post shows you how to create an extension method for returning formatted HTML from a string input
This post talks about whether or not people should be charging for an Umbraco package when Umbraco itself is free.
This blog post will act as a diary for my experiences throughout the 2 day Umbraco UK Festival in London on 2nd and 3rd November 2017.
This post shows you how to solve the git error fatal: unable to access '\/.config/git/config
You see me using affinity photo and designer to create a banner look and feel. I export SVG files and get into making the banner. At the end I use a static image as the banner isn't quite finished but you get to see it coming to life.
In this video you see me adding the finishing touches to the front end part of my video carousel. Then you see me take the html and make it work dynamically in Umbraco.
The fixed background image block is the last part of the content we need to make editable. It should be straight forward but we tackle some bugs along the way.
In this video we make the services section editable. We use related links for the icons list and other code which we have done in previous episodes
Here's the 4th video in my series. We make the content editable on the content page, as well as the titles and image on the home page.
This is the 2nd and final video in this mini series showing you to add comments to any umbraco site. It continues from the previous video and shows you how to implement the user interface and how to write the controller actions to make it all work.