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    As an addition to this, also restrict whether additional sections can be added.

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    7 comments  ·  Kentico Product Ideas » Content Management  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

    Hello!

    We are currently exploring the possibility to cover this idea. There are few questions related to Canonical links I’d like to ask:

    Do you prefer this feature to automatically cover most used scenarios (such as redirections) or do you prefer manual control of Canonical links?

    Automatically:

    If automatically, what would be the top required scenarios for your projects?

    Is the primary concern the variant of the URL (like http vs https, trailing slash vs non-trailing slash?

    How do you want to specify the format of the canonical link globally?

    Manually:

    If manually, then do you consider the Content editor to specify the canonical link using a selector or URL manually?

    Is the primary concern a page alias created for a page?

    Both:

    Is it ok just to handle links within a single site or there is also a need for links to external sites?

    Is the scenario covered by…

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    9 comments  ·  Kentico Product Ideas » Content Management  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

    Hi, this idea is currently being explored an dwe are looking for the best solution.
    I would like to hear your suggestions regarding this functionality to make this as smooth as possible, please add your comments below the idea:

    What is the most common scenario?
    - Store administrator who needs to change page type of a product
    - Site administrator during site redesign
    - something completely different

    Do you see an urgent need for having this integrated directly into UI:
    - for editors – somewhere in Pages
    - for store admins – somewhere in Ecommerce apps
    - just for global administrator, so that he understands all possible issues that may arise related to system setup, workflow, …
    - no ui, just API

    Do you want some kind of auto-mapping of fields or complete control of the mapping?
    - full control, no logic based on same names
    - auto-mapping would do

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    22 comments  ·  Kentico Product Ideas » Content Management  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

    Hello!

    We are currently trying to come up with the best model for enabling Content editors and Marketers to compose parts of pages using widgets also on MVC websites.

    What do you think about the following:

    1. The most important part is to enable business users (Content editors, Marketers) to add and configure components (widgets) in within specific areas (zones) on a page

    2. MVC developers know how to create layoyuts/templates and can do that on their onw, only need to be able to mark part of the layout as a widget area/zone

    3. MVC developers know how to implement reusable components. If there is a unified way to register such components with Kentico to be used in widget areas, there is no need to develop hundreds of out-of-the-box widgets.

    4. The biggest wish for Content editors and Marketersis to be able to influence a section of a specific page,…

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