If you can’t get Skype to send pictures and keep seeing an error saying “this photo is unavailable” then hopefully this quick tip will get you back up and running with exchanging media.
Posted on: Wednesday, 7 October 2015 09:30
While writing an Orchard CMS driver class for a tutorial recently I found myself confronted with this error message. If this has happened to you then your gut instinct might be that you are going to have to learn something about Autofac and it might get complicated. Read on for a quick solution.
Posted on: Tuesday, 6 October 2015 09:30
I see a lot of people coming up against issues trying to get at the fields they have added on their content types. If you can’t figure out how to access the data then read on to discover the important points you need to understand which will make accessing fields easy.
Posted on: Monday, 5 October 2015 09:30
This is a common problem that can catch out Orchard users and developers but after you learn this easy to remember tip you should be able to solve it quickly whenever you experience in the future.
Posted on: Friday, 2 October 2015 16:31
If you’re making a module with a record class and you start seeing errors saying that there is no persister for the part record class you’re working on then you have probably made this simple mistake.
Posted on: Thursday, 1 October 2015 09:30
Work on an Orchard CMS widget had been going pretty well. It display OK and didn’t seem like it had any problems but each time I tried to save anything I’d get an exception thrown.
Posted on: Wednesday, 30 September 2015 09:30
.resharper file that applies this out-of-the-box but non-users can still get this functionality with plain vanilla Visual Studio.
Posted on: Tuesday, 29 September 2015 09:00
If you have started using the Orchard.Layouts module which has seen some pretty significant updates in the last few releases you might be wondering how you get at the JSON data that you’ve been finding in content part default layout data setting. There are two ways but both are a bit tricky.