Certified Umbraco Developer

Prolific Notion Ltd is the trading name of Simon Dingley a Level 2 Certified Umbraco Developer in Plymouth, Devon, UK.

I offer web and software development services from the design & build of websites & ecommerce solutions through to the development of functional web based applications and content management solutions. As a Certified Umbraco Developer the majority of my work is currently targeted towards the development of Umbraco based Content Management Solutions but I also develop and support a growing number of bespoke online business applications for clients.

I have over 7 years experience with Umbraco itself and also the development of customised Umbraco solutions and integration of third party applications with the Umbraco framework. I have personally developed a number of packages that I have released to the Umbraco community free of charge as my way of giving something back to the most helpful and welcoming community of developers I have come across in over 15 years in this industry.

Prolific Notion is able to offer a number of additional complimentary services through it's partners who specialise in Search Engine Optimisation(SEO), Content Writing, Advertising, Marketing, Direct Mail, E-Training, Market Research and Lead Generation.


Reset Git Branch to undo a pull or a merge

Reset Git Branch to undo a pull or a merge

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This is more a note to myself put here in case anyone searching for the same solution might find it useful.
Yesterday I pulled a remote into the wrong local branch and couldn’t find a way to reset the branch again to undo my mistake. Fire up your chosen command prompt, which for me is currently […]

Update-Package : ‘UmbracoCms’ was not installed in any project. Update failed

Update-Package : ‘UmbracoCms’ was not installed in any project. Update failed

Overcoming the “‘UmbracoCms’ was not installed in any project. Update failed” error message when trying to upgrade Umbraco via Nuget

Ignore redundant Umbraco package installation directories using Mercurial HG .ignore file

Ignore redundant Umbraco package installation directories using Mercurial HG .ignore file

A solution to the problem of ignoring the package installation directories using the regex syntax in your .hgignore file.

Umbraco Contour – Failed to save form

Umbraco Contour – Failed to save form

A solution to the “Failed to save form” error message when trying to save a large Umbraco Contour form. The addition of a maxJsonLength attribute amended accordingly on the jsonSerialization node of your web.config is a good place to start.

ASP.NET Duplicate Title Tags

ASP.NET Duplicate Title Tags

How to resolve issues with duplicate title tags in ASP.Net pages when using the runat=”server” attribute in the header.

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