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I'm using Umbraco 10 and I want to create a property editor.
So I followed the official document from Umbraco https://docs.umbraco.com/v/10.x-lts/umbraco-cms/tutorials/creating-a-property-editor.
But I could not see my property editor was showed.
Any addtional step to make it works ?
Is it the step "Registering the Data Type in Umbraco" where the property editor is not showing? If that's the case it sounds like the package.manifest is not configured correctly. If you share your package.manifest we can double check it so it's configured correctly!
Hi Johannes Lantz,
Yes. In "Registering the Data Type in Umbraco" step. I can not see the new property editor.
I just followed the document https://docs.umbraco.com/v/10.x-lts/umbraco-cms/tutorials/creating-a-property-editor#registering-the-data-type-in-umbraco.
Below is my package.manifest
// we can define multiple editors
/*this must be a unique alias*/
"alias": "Suggestions editor",
/*grouping for "Select editor" dialog*/
/*the HTML file we will load for the editor*/
/*Optional: Add 'read-only' support. Available from Umbraco 10.2+*/
// array of files we want to inject into the application on app_start
And the folder structure
Hi sir, how to add manifest file in visual studio 2022, please guide to add, am working on creating custom property editor
you can create a text file, for example package.txt and then rename it, change .txt to .manifest and then include it into VS
I think I spotted it! Try moving the App_Plugins folder up 1 directory! So Umbraco1023/wwwroot/App_Plugins/ should become Umbraco1023/App_Plugins/. That should do the trick!
Let me know if that does it for you! :)
Great! It works
Thanks you so much
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