This blog uses the Orchard CMS so I was looking for a module that would handle the cookie consent popup rather than have the hassle of rolling my own. Luckily I stumbled across a great cookie consent popup that works perfectly with the latest version of Orchard (currently v10.2 at the time of posting this).
There are a couple of tools you can use to help speed up the process. In this post I will go from downloading Orchard to getting it running on your PC with your BlogEngine data.
I've been writing this blog since 2008. Previously I was using BlogEngine.net to power my blog but lately I've been on the lookout for something a bit different.
I love Wordpress and the ease of use that brings, especially when upgrading or installing modules. At the time of writing there is no 'one click' install option for BlogEngine and updating my blog was becoming a chore with each release.
I've just begun my Orchard CMS journey and I'm loving it so far. The current version is 1.7 as I write this and it's a fantastic release. When I was implementing the design on this blog I ran into an issue where my blog posts, search results and pages with lists were all outputing html list styling.
For the most part making my own custom templates seemed to work but some pages cannot be customised it would seem. So how do you remove these list styling?