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Yes it is possible to disable the drag option. From my investigation, there are 2 ways you can disable it. Solution 1: Comment Out Javascript You can disable the drag and drop feature by commenting out the method initialize in the javascript. Navigate to the \Website\sitecore\shell\Applications\Content Manager\Content Editor.js. Open the Js file and ...


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The reason why you cannot access those properties is because they are not know in the Scriban context provided by the SXA extensions. If you have i_item.CardLink in your Scriban template, that will match a Field object. This object has some properties (eg Target), but not the properties from a LinkField. And those are the ones you are requesting. There is a ...


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The answer would be yes, but it's not as straigh forward and depends on the needs. There are multiple sollutions that might fit the needs. For start the Sitecore editing interfaces, especially the Content Editor, are completelyusable from the keyboard. In the past, I’ve have used the MS Word integration as a way of letting people with disabilities edit ...


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Finally figured this out! Most of the links I was trying to apply this validator to were of type General Link with Search. For a field type validator to run, evidently you need to have a Field Type Validation Rules template in the Field Types folder that exactly matches the name of the field you're trying to validate. The path to this field types folder is ...


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It should be like this: AccessRuleCollection accessRules = item.Security.GetAccessRules(); AccessRightCollection accessRights = AccessRightManager.GetAccessRights(); foreach (AccessRight accessRight in accessRights) { AccessPermission accessPermission = accessRules.Helper.GetAccessPermission(account, accessRight, PropagationType.Entity); //...


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