Umbraco 8 - Calculate number of days past / between two dates
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  DateTime parsedDate = DateTime.Parse(item.Value<DateTime>("testimonailDate").ToString("dd MMMM yyyy")); var daysPast = (DateTime.Today - parsedDate).TotalDays;  @if(daysPast == 1)                                                 {                                                     <span >@daysPast  day ago</span> ..read more
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Umbraco 9 - Strip HTML and Truncate text output
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Umbraco 9 - Strip HTML and Truncate text/html output.  The code below can be used for truncating/shortening text and striping out HTML tags in Umbraco 9 to display shorter text useful for landing pages. Instructions:  Replace "bodyText" with the reference to the property you would like to truncate. Code: Example output ..read more
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Umbraco 9 - Left hand sub page navigation code snippet.
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Umbraco 9 - Left hand sub page navigation code C# RAZOR snippet.  The code below can be used for left hand navigation in Umbraco 9 to create left hand/sub page navigation.  Instructions:  Create a partial _leftHandNavigation  Reference the partial in your Umbraco template, like this: @Html.Partial("_leftHandNavigation") Code: Example output: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/markdevelopment/umbraco-side-bar-left-hand-navigation ..read more
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Umbraco 8 Convert Line Breaks for TextArea Example
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 Umbraco 8  Convert Line Breaks for TextArea Example @Html.ReplaceLineBreaksForHtml(@Model.Value("lineOne").ToString ..read more
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Umbraco 8 Pagination
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Umbraco 8 Pagination / Paging: @inherits Umbraco.Web.Mvc.UmbracoViewPage @{     Layout = "master.cshtml";         var pageSize = 8;     if(Model.HasValue("numberOfItemsPerPage")){     pageSize = Model.Value<int>("numberOfItemsPerPage");}         var page = 1; int.TryParse(Request.QueryString["page"], out page);     @* This line assumes you have a property called lastUpdated*@     var items = Model.Children().OrderByDescending(x => x.Value("lastUpda ..read more
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Umrbaco 8 Date Formatting
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Format a Date in Umbraco 8 @(Model.Value<DateTime>("publicationDate").ToString("dd MMMM yyyy")) or in a foreach loop: @(item.Value<DateTime>("publicationDate").ToString("dd MMMM yyyy ..read more
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Umbraco 8 OrderBy a collection by a Custom Field Such as a Date
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This is a snippet for Umbraco 8  to Order a collection by a Custom Field Such as a Date. @{     var selection = Umbraco.Content(Model.Id)     .ChildrenOfType("publication")     .Where(x => x.IsVisible())     .OrderBy( x => x.Value("publicationDate")); } @foreach (var item in selection.Take(1)) {      <h2><a href="@item.Url" title="@item.Name">@item.Name</a></h2> ..read more
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Umbraco 8 Umbraco Strip and Umbraco Truncate - usefull for landing pages
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Umbraco 8: <p>@Html.StripHtml(@Html.Truncate(@item.Value("bodyText").ToString(), 65))   (Thanks to A.S for the above)   Umbraco 7:    <p>@Umbraco.StripHtml(@Umbraco.Truncate(@Umbraco.Content(1067).bodyText, 300))</p> ..read more
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Umbraco 8 Metadata Snippet, keywords, meta title.
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Umbraco 8 Metadata Snippet, keywords, meta title, meta description: The following is a snippet that may help with generating metadata. I created this as a partial and added it to the Main Template. If the metadata fields are not filled in on the backend by the editor, they are generated from the Page Name and the Name of the Website (applicationName). ---- In the example the backend meta fields are called: "metaTitle"   (textstring) "metaDescription"   (textstring) "metaKeywords" (tags) ---- @inherits Umbraco.Web.Mvc.UmbracoViewPage @{     var applicatio ..read more
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Umbraco 7 Umbraco Strip and Umbraco Truncate - usefull for landing pages
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<p>@Umbraco.StripHtml(@Umbraco.Truncate(@Umbraco.Content(1067).bodyText, 300))</p> ..read more
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