On the first day of Christmas, my true blog gave to me: a placeholder rule in the content tree!

One of the nice things that comes with Keystone for Sitecore are some built-in rules that let you set placeholder settings via the rules engine. We’ve done things like create re-usable groupings and site-specific rules, but recently I had some fun making options available if you had a dynamic placeholder inside another dynamic placeholder.

The example below shows you how you can add a rendering option to add to a column container for MVC if the column container has been added to a mega menu panel placeholder.

Nested Placeholder Rules
Yo Dawg, I heard you like placeholders…


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