Focused on security? aren’t we all? security.txt is a file that inform where you can report vulnerabilities on your site.
GDPR encourage you to secure personal data, with encryption where it is appropriate, Episerver Forms provides that, but what way to go? This is my evaluation.
In this post I´ll describe how to do it the hard core way by replacing the webforms template (aspx) to MVC view (cshtml).
Stuck with an ASP.NET Webforms-solution? Too much work to redo all web to MVC? Then here is the straight forward way to progressively phase to MVC without rebuilding all… Also with several great bonus’!!
This is a great feature. Comes in handy when you need to convert your site from webform to MVC, it allows the editor to reuse the blocks, just by adding partial views (MVC renderers).
There is two way to make the IP come from the actual client instead of the CDN edge server. Here is a guide.
Hey EPiServer World, with you in mind! Stuck with an ASP.NET WebForms-solution with no responsive layout? And the owner won’t redo all web to MVC? Then here is the simpler way to go responsive… without rebuilding all and immoderate job effort from editors… only fun work for the web developers.
Stuck on an old ASP.Net Webform solution? Without a responsive web? Then here is the simplest way to go responsive… without redoing all…