Results for tag web parts
  • Webparts not visible in Design Tab
    Justin Borg    —       —    Question

    Hi, I have 2 websites using the same settings only the master page is different. On one website everything works fine but on the other site when I create any doc type in an RTL language (Persian or...


  • Transformations for a custom web part
    Tracey Penberthy    —       —    Question

    Hi I have a content only page type for which I am trying to create a view for. The link listings for these pages will appear in multiple areas of the website. I want the user to be taken to the sam...


  • Browser is reloading when i click on anchor href
    Khathun s    —       —    Question

    Hi team,I have a left navigation anchor links in left side and content in right side, if we click on Left link it should go to appropriate section in same page.for left navigation i used Repetar we...


  • Displaying Poll Results in Kentico
    Bryan Soltis    —       —    Article

    I’m pretty sure an hour after the first website launched in 1991, someone put a poll up asking people a profound question to get their opinions. Since then, polls have continued to be a great way to get a feel for how your users like a product, enjoyed an event, or any other type of survey. Kentico has a built-in poll module that allows you to place polls on your site easily and get feedback from your users. In this blog, I’ll show you how, with a little bit of JavaScript and API code, you can display poll results anywhere.


  • Access custom web parts fields in custom layout (for aforementioned web part)
    Trevor Chinn    —       —    Question

    Hello again!I was asked to create a web part (or something similar) that would allow the non-technical content writers to drop it on a page/design tab and be able to select an image and have their ...


  • Revenge of the JavaScript Web Part
    Brian McKeiver    —       —    Article

    According to a recent report, JavaScript is used by 93.6% of all websites. To say that's a large amount is a gigantic understatement. Considering the fact that there are over 1 billion websites in the world, that means there has to be at least 100 million different ways JavaScript is used today (it sure feels like it somedays anyway). Even though many developers strive to use the latest patterns, best practices, and modular implementations, the fact is, we all do our client side scripting a little differently. This trend continues into how we use JavaScript in Kentico CMS web development. There are many different ways to handle it in Kentico, and every site seems to have it done just a little bit differently from the next.

    There are great articles out there, from some very smart people, on how to best utilize scripts in Kentico. So I'm not going to cover those scenarios in today's blog post. Instead I am going to focus on a real world scenario that I have dubbed "The Revenge of the JavaScript Web part". Basically it boils down to a Kentico quick tip on one very sneaky gotcha, when dealing with the built-in JavaScript Web Part in Kentico. Keep reading to make sure that you are not bit by the same hard learned lesson that my team and I recently went through.


  • Web parts within transformations
    Ilya Buzytsky    —       —    Question

    Hi again, comparing Product Details pages of two sample sites - Dancing Goat and E-Commerce, I see the first one has one big ZoneDetail containing one Web Part with one long transformation (which i...


  • Web Part's Update Panel Ajax feature
    Yang Wen    —       —    Question

    I have a basic repeater web part that is hooked up to a SQL Datasource. I would like for the output of the repeater to refresh asynchronously. I've enabled the Use Update Panel checkbox on the r...


  • Yet another Javascript question
    G. Dugan    —       —    Question

    I have searched and followed several posts/tutorials on how to properly add/link javascript to a certain pages.Kentico 8.2.42 install currentlyWhat I have done successfully was add the .js script/f...


  • Kentico 8.2 deploying web parts
    Tristan Geilich    —       —    Question

    I need to push changes made in CMS -@ Pages -@ Design tab (web parts) from our dev server to a production server. Is there a way to import these changes to the production site without affecting an...