PageBuilderContainers.Kentico 13.0.1

.NET Framework
NuGet\Install-Package PageBuilderContainers.Kentico -Version 13.0.1
This command is intended to be used within the Package Manager Console in Visual Studio, as it uses the NuGet module's version of Install-Package.
dotnet add package PageBuilderContainers.Kentico --version 13.0.1
<PackageReference Include="PageBuilderContainers.Kentico" Version="13.0.1" />
For projects that support PackageReference, copy this XML node into the project file to reference the package.
paket add PageBuilderContainers.Kentico --version 13.0.1
#r "nuget: PageBuilderContainers.Kentico, 13.0.1"
#r directive can be used in F# Interactive, C# scripting and .NET Interactive. Copy this into the interactive tool or source code of the script to reference the package.
// Install PageBuilderContainers.Kentico as a Cake Addin
#addin nuget:?package=PageBuilderContainers.Kentico&version=13.0.1

// Install PageBuilderContainers.Kentico as a Cake Tool
#tool nuget:?package=PageBuilderContainers.Kentico&version=13.0.1

Restores Kentico "Webpart Containers" to MVC Page Builder Widgets.

This package is for Kentico Xperience 13, to be installed on the Kentico Web Application ("Mother") and not the MVC Site.


Part 1 - Kentico Application ("Mother"):

  1. Install PageBuilderContainers.Kentico Nuget Package on your Kentico Application
  2. Rebuild your web application
  3. Log into Kentico as a Global Administrator
  4. Go to Modules
  5. Search and edit Page Builder Containers
  6. Go to Sites and add to your site.

Part 2 - MVC Site

  1. Install the PageBuilderContainers.Kentico.MVC NuGet package on your MVC Site and rebuild

Part 3 - Add to Widgets

  1. Have your Widget Properties Model class implement IPageBuilderContainerProperties, IHtmlBeforeAfterContainerProperties or both. You can also inherit from the base classes of PageBuilderContainers.PageBuilderWidgetProperties or PageBuilderContainers.PageBuilderWithHtmlBeforeAfterWidgetProperties if you wish.
  2. In your Widget's View, add @Html.PageBuilderContainerBefore(Model) at the beginning of your rendering, and @Html.PageBuilderContainerAfter(Model) at the end
  • Note: "Model" must be the Widget Property Class object, if using a model of ComponentViewModel<YourWidgetModelClass>, then your property may be Model.Properties instead of Model


Create Containers

  1. Go to the Page Builder Containers UI element in Kentico
  2. Create your Containers or edit existing.
  3. You can use {% ContainerTitle %}, {% ContainerCSSClass %}, and {% ContainerCustomContent %} as part of the default Container Properties

Add Widget and configure Container

  1. Add your widget to a Page Builder Area in Kentico, you will see the Containers Name, Title, CSS Class, and Custom Content properties in the Widget's configuration dialog (cogwheel icon)
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Version Downloads Last updated
13.0.1 708 3/14/2022
13.0.0 1,696 11/13/2020
12.29.0 1,370 8/6/2019
12.0.2 372 7/10/2019
12.0.1 362 7/10/2019
12.0.0 364 7/10/2019

Fixed NuSpecManifest so wont' interfere with other nuget package generation.