Skip to main content
10 votes
Accepted

Predicting the placeholder for a dynamic placeholder

You can try to open the standard values item with the Experience Editor and add the renderings you like. If that doesn't work out, create an item based on the template, add the renderings and ...
Thomas D's user avatar
  • 1,703
6 votes

Is there a way to supress rendering width and height attribs using Fortis Image.Render?

You can't do that out of the box with Fortis because under the hood it is just using the standard Sitecore Field Renderer. This is what is adding the width and height attributes. There is a nice ...
Richard Seal's user avatar
  • 20.5k
5 votes

Form Dynamic Placeholder use

It is possible to use the Fortis Dyanmic Placeholders in Web Forms however you'll need to create your own method of generating the placeholder ID. The MVC implementation is as follows: public static ...
Jason Bert's user avatar
3 votes

Predicting the placeholder for a dynamic placeholder

This is an alternative to the method mentioned by Thomas D. The Fortis solution uses the UID for the rendering attached to the placeholder key that you enter. You can get this by changing to Raw ...
Richard Seal's user avatar
  • 20.5k
1 vote

Form Dynamic Placeholder use

I did something similar to what Jason mentioned to get it working. I created a project with Unicorn items and working examples. You can find that project here. https://github.com/dnstommy/...
Chris Auer's user avatar
  • 13.1k

Only top scored, non community-wiki answers of a minimum length are eligible