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The Media Icons package modifies the Media section trees to show file specific icons rather than just the default ImageFile icons therfore making it easier to identify specific files
An Image Cropper datatype that will let you crop images.
This package is discontinued
This package hasnt been updated to the newest Google Analytics Data API and will therefore not work. The original source code is available on bitbucket
Desktop Sites are not mobilefriendly when viewed from the
Mobile devices. Mobile Sites need to provide users precisely what they are
looking for quickly and simply. There are four times as many mobile
uWebshop2 is a complete opensource commerce framework for Umbraco that is tightly integrated into the Umbraco API. uWebshop2 allows agencies and devs to deliver a full featured commerce site quickly and
This is a project for adding YouTube videos to your Umbraco site. Currently it only consists of a single property editor that allows you to easily pick videos from a specific YouTube channel.
A SirTrevor editor plugin for Umbraco 7 that integrates.
integrates with the Umbraco media library
integrates with the Umbraco link picker for external and internal links
local links are saved
The Basic Website package installs a simple website that can be used as a learning site prototype or starting point for further development. It contains
Homepage Rotating images with 3 feature
If you’ve been developing XSLT for Umbraco you’ve probably already done your share of<textarea><xslcopyof select. ><textarea>to examine the XML you’re
Vorto is a property editor wrapper meaning it wraps any existing property editor and converts it into a multilingual property by allowing you to enter multiple values per language enabled on the site.
The Robots Handler package provides editors with the ability to dynamically change the contents of a sites robots file. Instead of storing the contents of a robots file on the file system an editor can
DocType creation done Ruby style! We have inheritance via nestedDocTypeswhich are great but we still found them a little limiting. What if you have a bunch of properties you want to be on a number
uMobile is a fully functional mobile application you can extend with simple serverside code. It’s a small framework you can use to extend the official uMobile application by creating new
Simplistic Search Lightweight search engine for Umbraco.Super simple and easy to implement searchfunctionality to your Umbraco site.
What it does?Two macros that generates limited amount of HTML code and no
New in Version 2.1
Updated so that you can target mediacontent root nodes and remove menu items. To target a root node set the node id to 1 and the DocType Alias to eith media or content and then
Gecko Uploadify is a multiple file uploader for Umbraco using the Uploadify httpwww.uploadify.com jQuery Plugin.
Included with this package is an installer thanks to the Noerd guys that adds a tab
HTML5 VideoThe future of <video> for Umbraco is here
This is a project to allow you to insert HTML5 <video> into your website with a flash player fallback if the users browser does not support the
This is a very basic package it’s just a new datatype a textarea with a limit on the characters.
The character limit can be set on the edit datatype page default this is set to 100.
So you get
The blog 4 umbraco package was done as a Christmas calendar in December 2009 by Tim Geyssens Niels Hartvig and Per Ploug Hansen.
It extend and reuses the blog package done by Tim Geyssens which reuses alot
This is an Umbraco 7 data type property
editor that allows you to add a date range picker to a document type in
Umbraco. It is based on the Date Ranger
Picker for Bootstrap by Dan Grossman.