Sitefinity provides the ability to index all of your content so that it is easily searchable by your visitors. You can also partition the contents of the search into separate indexes based on the different content types, such as News, Blogs, Events, etc.
However, what if you have multiple blogs but want your visitors to be able to limit their search to a single specific blog? That’s the focus of today’s post.
Read more at the Falafel Software Blogs: Creating Individual Search Indexes for Multiple Sitefinity Blogs
The Code Reference of the Sitefinity Module Builder makes it simple to get started building custom widgets and components to interact with your Dynamic Modules. However, the generated code is specific to each module and type, requiring that you pass in the full type as a string, resolving the type at runtime.
But what if you need to write generic code that could be used for multiple dynamic modules, where you won’t necessarily know in advance what the types are?
The answer is the ModuleBuilderManager, which exposes methods for retrieving both modules and their associated types. Let’s take a closer look at what you need to do to query modules and types..
For this example I’ve created a few sample dynamic modules, leaving one in a disabled state so you can see how the results differ.
Read more at the Falafel Software Blogs: Querying the List of Sitefinity Dynamic Modules and Types