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James Vidler

Partner and developer advocate. Empowering development teams to build amazing solutions on Agility and Azure through training and support.

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  • Debug Synced Content on your Web Server

    View on Help Site View on GitHub Content Debugger for Agility Websites Have you published content without error, and the content has not updated on your site yet? Sometimes it can be tricky to figu...

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  • Inline Code - Create a Module

    Having your Module Output Template as Inline code provides an easy way to customize the HTML which is returned by the module. Login to Agility. Navigate to Settings > Module Definitions. Clic...

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  • Inline Code - Create a Page Template

    Having a Page Template as Inline Code means you can change you HTML markup of your Page Template on-the-fly and don’t need to worry about deploying your changes to your webserver(s).   In the Set...

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  • Inline Code - Create a Masterpage Template

    A layout file includes your HTML declaration, head, and body as well as links to any JavaScript or CSS files. Page Templates in Agility will default to using the standard "_Layout.cshtml" file in y...

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  • Inline Code - Create a JavaScript File

    Having a JavaScript file as Inline Code will allow you to easily add/change the functionality of your site, page, or module   Login to Agility. Navigate to Settings > Inline Code. Click on th...

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  • Inline Code - Create a Template

    A Template is a collection of HTML elements which can be re-used by other Template, Module Output Templates, and Page Templates. This code may or may not also include Razor/WebForms syntax.   Log...

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  • Inline Code - Introduction

    Inline Code allows developers to manage code directly within Agility, removing the need to be familiar with Visual Studio, MVC architecture, and deployments. Inline Code can be used to power the en...

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  • How to Migrate Inline Code to your ASP.NET MVC Website Source Code

    In Agility, you have control over what C# code gets executed when a module is rendered on your website. Typically, in an ASP.NET MVC solution, you'll have the option of an MVC Controller Action, a ...

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  • Customizing your MVC Routes

    One of the best things about using Agility in your .NET website, is that you have full control over how and when Agility will render a page. In a typical setup, there is an Agility wildcard route s...

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  • Custom Fields Guide

    Custom Fields Build your own re-usable field types Compatible with any Agility instance, module or content input form Use HTML, CSS and JS Content Manager Development Mode for testing Integrate wi...

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