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Jamie Fellrath
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I've packed my bags, brought back my pride. I'd rather live in rags than throw my dreams aside.
I've packed my bags, brought back my pride. I'd rather live in rags than throw my dreams aside.

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Hi all,

We were looking at the revision history of a page we use in our repository, and noticed that a few of them were created/edited by "system." Does anyone know what this means? Could it be when a code push was done? I am trying to track this down when the person who generally does our code pushes is gone or I'd ask him... :)

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Cold day, but it’s always great supporting my fellow veterans.
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On a form in version 11, my customer would like to replace the Sitefinity default CAPTCHA (the one where you have to type in a code from an image) with the "I'm not a robot" type of CAPTCHA. Does anyone have a technique for doing this? It's not among the controls available in Sitefinity forms for us.

In version 11, I am trying to create a form with a required checkbox as an "I read the disclaimer" type of control.

The only thing I can see to work with on this is the checkboxes form widget with a single required option.

However, this is resulting in an error and not letting the page be submitted. The rest of the fields are all just text entry except for the one CAPTCHA control just below the checkbox.

Does anyone know how to make this work, or a better way to do it?

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We recently upgraded to version 11 and would like to take advantage of the Open Graph functionality for our blog posts. I have followed the instructions here: https://www.progress.com/documentation/sitefinity-cms/open-graph-settings

I have turned on the usage of Open Graph in the Settings >> Advanced >> System >> SEO and Open Graph properties >> Enable Open Graph Properties configuration of the site and restarted Sitefinity (not sure I had to do that last step but I figured it wouldn't hurt).

I have also set up the custom fields as described in the "Configure Open Graph properties" step of the instructions in the link below.

However, my understanding is that using these instructions we are supposed to get the <meta property="og:title" content="<!-- the Open Graph title that you specified -->"> and so forth in the page's HTML. I am not seeing those properties being set in the <head> nor anywhere else. Am I missing something?

In version 11.0.6701.0 of Sitefinity, we have a page that contains an iframe (inside a content block). The iframe's content is a page on another site we have, so from our standpoint the content is safe.

The content page is populating into the iframe correctly, but if you click on a link in the iframe's content page nothing happens. The error I'm getting from the Chrome developer tools says:

Blocked form submission to '<content url>' because the form's frame is sandboxed and the 'allow-forms' permission is not set.

I have included sandbox="allow-forms" in the iframe's tag. It's still not working. Is there a Sitefinity setting I need to enable to allow the links to work inside the iframe?

We're working with a version 8 instance in a UAT environment, and I'm coming across the issue where many of the pages I'm trying to bring up are getting a parser error in .NET. I have some that work from a preview in the backend, but not when you publish and try to view the page. One of the pages that returns the parser error is the license page from the backend.

This wasn't happening before and I'm concerned about what might have caused this. I'd appreciate any thoughts.

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Car2Go Leaving Columbus
A ray of sunshine when they first came to town, Car2Go's absence will leave many central Ohioans stranded.  In a move that has left quite a few people stranded in Columbus, the ride-sharing company Car2Go has announced today that they're pulling out of the ...
Car2Go Leaving Columbus
Car2Go Leaving Columbus
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No Gas, No Problem: Back in the Saddle Again
He's back!  That's right, my back-on-the-bike commute is complete and it literally went without a hitch. Got a few notes on the route I talked about the other day with regard to the two-way bike lanes on Summit Street and also its mate on 4th, but suffice t...
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Join the Ride of Silence 2018
As we've mentioned in the past, if there's one group ride that you should join each year it's the annual Ride Of Silence . This year is no exception. Coming two days before National Bike to Work Day on May 18, The Ride of Silence is a slow, processional typ...
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