Mixing English and Arabic content with the same @font-face

When constructing a bilingual website, the utilization of localization services integrated within CMS platforms can prove to be valuable. In this context, it is often possible to establish distinct asset folders for each language. This approach prevents the simultaneous loading of all assets, including images, fonts, and CSS files, which is a logical strategy. However, Read More

Dynamic Module Builder in Sitefinity 8.1

Telerik put this feature in Sitefinity CMS since SF4.2, but it wasn’t mature enough to a level that developers can leave their IDE and start using it. but with the improvement features and fields type in beside the model type inheritance and relational object types. Sitefinity built this feature as a Content Type builder since Read More

The Annoying DatePicker in DotNetNuke that still showing since version 6

The persistent issue remains that the DotNetNuke Team has yet to address a particular vexing problem. A few years ago, I was deeply engrossed in the development of custom modules utilizing DotNetNuke 5, which stood as the most recent iteration at that time. My client sought the Arabic localization of the backend UI, a seemingly Read More

Back to Sitefinity again.

Few days ago I starting my first experience with Sitefinity 8.1 it is been long since my last work with Telerik products, last time for me with this CMS was with the Sitefinity 4.2. I can see that features are enough now to advice my client buying and using this CMS, but it wasn’t this case with SF4.2. Read More