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 Author Michal Pisarek  Views 795 View Original Article

One of the nice things about a webpart is it’s flexibility! With a webpart, you can expose a bunch of properties to allow the user to quickly change the behavior and look of the webpart. This post will walk you through how to create a custom webpart editor with dynamic properties using an EditorPart. I will only cover how to load and save these properties. If you want to just add simple custom properties (with user entered values) that aren’t dynamically populated you don’t ne…
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