Results for tag mvc
  • How do I create a proper File Uploader in an MVC application to work with Kentico Forms and the Biz
    Landon Hulcy    —       —    Question

    I am trying to build out a proper File Uploader control on my MVC project that will properly attach the file to a Kentico Form submission as well as attach the file to the submission email. I have ...

  • Set Pages form field in MVC
    James Mosquito    —       —    Question

    Hi,I have added a Pages form field on one of my page types and would like to add pages to it from MVC.Can anyone direct me to an example of how to do this please.Thanks, James

  • 25 Reasons to Move to Kentico Xperience MVC
    Brian McKeiver    —       —    Article

    Even in 2021, I am still having multiple conversations with existing Kentico Xperience clients from a business, executive, and/or marketing standpoint about moving from Portal Engine to MVC. Most of my conversations revolve around people who are having difficulties to fully understand why a rebuild of a site in MVC is necessary. These conversations around the migration from Portal Engine to MVC are often times thought of as only purely technical conversation. This is actually a common response, as many of the benefits are stated in a technical way. However, I’m here to tell you that this technical only consideration should be broadened into multiple other considerations.

    That motivation is why I have created this blog post series. I’d like to fully answer the question of “Why MVC?” once and for all. I figure that if I am having this conversation multiple times, there must be other people having it to with their clients. Why not answer it fully in writing and in a holistic way, that way all of us in the Kentico Xperience community are able to use it as a resource for all clients out there who have Portal Engine based Kentico Xperience sites and are considering what to do next.

  • How to add fontAwesome icons to Kentico 11 sites
    Hosam Abdeltawab    —       —    Question

    I have a K11 instance where I need to add fontAwesome library icons to. I read through the documentation on Kentico 11 Working with font icons and I added the changes needed on the CMS solution. Fo...

  • Page Builder not showing
    lawrence whittemore    —       —    Question

    I'm struggling to get the page builder to show. I feel like i have everything in place but nothing shows. No errors I just get an empty div in the code @div data-kentico-widget-zone=@@@@/div@Do I...

  • MVC nested content
    lawrence whittemore    —       —    Question

    I'm sure this is a basic question, but as someone moving from Portal to MVC I have no idea how to do something like this.Anyway, I have a page type called Story, and a page type called slide that l...

  • New Page Creation without changing the code in MVC
    Eric Kyaw    —       —    Question

    Hi All,In MVC, can the content editor create new page dynamically without modifying the MVC code like in Portal Engine? I found a way to define new article under the specific node using item ID app...

  • Form field visibility condition
    Petr Nejedly    —       —    Question

    Hi, I would like to use the form field visibility condition feature. For example, I have a form rendered on page and I want to show a @Where did you hear about us@ Radio buttons form field only if ...

  • Enabling Feature Folders in Xperience 13 MVC.Net Core
    Trevor Fayas    —       —    Article

    Many developers love MVC, but hate having all the peices of their code scattered throughout their solution.  Feature Folders allow you to store your Models, Views, and Controllers (or ViewComponents) in a single folder, keeping your structure organized and neat.  This article provides the code to take full control over your structure in general, and View Paths in specific.

  • Say hello to the MVC Migration audit service
    Josef Dvorak    —       —    Article

    When maintaining your Web Forms based Portal Engine applications, sooner or later, there will come a time when you will need to decide whether to upgrade to the latest version that supports Portal Engine or to take the leap and migrate over to MVC.