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March 2017

Matching Complex Query String Rewrite Rule in IIS

By | IIS | One Comment

IIS URL Rewrite Doesn’t Find My Query String Rule. Help! I recently had to handle a particular request from a client: They had sent out a newsletter that linked to their site, but had sent the wrong URL. As such, they needed the site to redirect the bad URL to the correct one. The bad URL linked to a page that passed along query string parameters. A simple request and a simple fix, right? Well, as I delved into the site’s rewrite rules, I quickly found out that the URL I needed to match was not matching. Worse still, it…

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Disable Content Filters in Sitefinity

By | Sitefinity | No Comments

My HTML is Changing! Sitefinity gives you a lot of power. One of the many tools at your disposal is the ability to enter HTML in Content Blocks (either inline on a page, or in the Content Block type that can be shared among multiple pages). A common gotcha with new applications, however, is how Sitefinity filters these. Content filters exist out of the box in Sitefinity to presumably do two things: Standardize content entry (i.e. transform all <i> tags to <em> tags) Security precaution (i.e. strip out <script> tags) While both of these traits are admirable on paper, a…

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Falafel Software Recognized for Sitefinity Website of the Year

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Falafel Software Announces that Mammoth Mountain Resorts Wins Progress Sitefinity 2016 Website of the Year Award Company’s work with Big Bear Mountain Resort honored for the best in website creativity, design, user experience, functionality and overall presentation  Scotts Valley, CA—February 28, 2017—Falafel Software today announced that the Big Bear Mountain Resort website, designed and built by Falafel Software has been named a 2016 Progress® Sitefinity™ Website of the Year winner in the Tourism & Hospitality category. Since its inception in 2011, the Website of the Year awards have been recognizing Progress Sitefinity-powered websites for creativity, design, user experience, functionality and overall…

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