Episerver Dynamic Content was a tool that allowed developers to programmatically insert content into XHTML property values and was introduced in Episerver around 2010.
My blog runs Episerver 11 and I’ve used Dynamic Content in the past for embedded code snippets (though I normally just embed straight from Gist these days). So I decided it was long overdue that I move away from using Dynamic content as it’s a obsolete piece of tech, isn’t compatible with the new TinyMCE editor, doesn’t work with the new Episerver Headless API and sooner or later will go out of support completely.
This is the approach I took when migrating from Episerver Dynamic Content to Episerver Blocks.
A new compare option is available for Episerver 11 which gives editors the ability to visually compare two pieces of content as shown in the example below:
In the example above the text changes are highlighted with appropriate red/green highlights. When a text change has been made it means its easy to spot that has been changed quickly.
A scope in Episerver Insight defines a logical grouping of profiles. So given this scenario:
Just a quick note to self on how to control access to the Episerver Insight UI.
Episerver Insight Profiles UI access
Access to the profiles section is allowed if any of the following is true: