1

I have a Sitecore field of checkbox type. I am showing it in Experience Editor as below and is Editable : enter image description here

My code of Cshtml is: IsNavigable: @Html.Glass().Editable(Model,x=>x.IsNavigable)

How can I make the above 0 or 1 as a checkbox to check and uncheck? Also if checked it should retain that but can be editable to be unchecked.

0
1

This is the case where you need to use Field editor button, basically you can define a field editor button in core database, you can define the fields you want to be edited, then associate this button with your rendering, following are the steps:

  1. Switch to core database and navigate to this path: /sitecore/content/Applications/WebEdit/Custom Experience Buttons
  2. Specify an icon, a header, Fields (the field(s) names pipe-separated you want to edit) and tooltip.
  3. Switch back to master database and in Experience Editor Buttons navigate to your button and select it.

Now when you're in Experience Editor, you will find a button that you can use to edit the checkbox field, as example see below:

enter image description here

1
  • Point 3 above should be: Switch back to master database, select the rendering that shows that checkbox, and modify the field "Experience Editor Buttons" to add the new experience button you created in step 2. Now when you select that rendering in the experience editor, you should be able to click on your new experience editor button that should show the checkbox that you can check/uncheck. – Debabrata Biswas May 14 '20 at 15:41

Your Answer

By clicking “Post Your Answer”, you agree to our terms of service, privacy policy and cookie policy

Not the answer you're looking for? Browse other questions tagged or ask your own question.