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Nesting Contently

Add a disable/enable toggle to Nested Content items.

Easy setup:

  • Install the package
  • Create a new data type using the Nesting Contently editor
  • Add the new data type to a document type used in a Nested Content editor
  • Ensure the property alias is `umbracoNaviHide` - that way you'll be able to use the `.IsVisible()` extension when rendering items
  • Update your views to exclude disabled items
  • Celebrate
  • Seek me out and shower me in praise and riches
For more details, check out the GitHub page => https://github.com/nathanwoulfe/NestingContently.
Version 2 targets Umbraco 8, version 1 targets Umbraco 7. Nothing will explode if you install the wrong version, it just won't nest as contently as you might hope.
** Umbraco 8.4+ requires Nesting Contently 2.1.0

*** Nesting Contently 4.0.0 targets Umbraco 8 and 9 and is the preferred version going forward.




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version 4.0.0

NuGet install instructions for Umbraco versions below 9

Install-Package NestingContently.Umbraco

NuGet install instructions for Umbraco 9+

dotnet add package NestingContently.Umbraco

Package owner

Nathan Woulfe

Nathan Woulfe

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Package Compatibility

This package is compatible with the following versions as reported by community members who have downloaded this package:
Untested or doesn't work on Umbraco Cloud
Version 8.18.x (untested)

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Previously reported to work on versions: 8.4.x, 8.2.x, 7.12.x

Package Information

  • Package owner: Nathan Woulfe
  • Created: 26/08/2018
  • Current version 4.0.0
  • .NET version 4.6.0,4.7.2
  • License MIT
  • Downloads on Our: 1.5K
  • Downloads on NuGet: 63.2K
  • Total downloads : 64.7K

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