Tag Archives: configuration
In this episode we talk about the importance of scheduled publishing. Once in a while clients decide to manually publish changes as soon as they are made or approved; this can negatively affect public website performance. More often then not, content updates can wait till later that day. We also briefly touch on the publishing […]
In this video we take a very brief look at the Sitecore Glass Mapper ORM framework. This is a very commonly used fast performing framework loaded with helpful features capable of allowing developers to cut their work in half.
In this episode we take a look at an easy way how to significantly improve Sitecore Content Editor performance by disabling features we do not need.
In this episode we look at the importance of configuring Sitecore prefetch cache to improve website user experience following a fresh application startup.
In this episode we talk the Upload as Files setting in Upload Files (Advanced) dialog in Sitecore Media Library. Remember to disable that option if the Sitecore environment does not support copying media from authoring to delivery on publish.
In this episode we look at improving Sitecore Content Editor user experience by unlocking items automatically when they are saved. This prevents issues with items being left locked unintentionally, preventing other users from editing it.
In this episode we look at the danger of copying the Data folder to the Sitecore IIS root folder, Website. It seems obvious from the sidelines, however, this is way too often to fix the “missing license” error that Sitecore throws if the “dataFolder” setting hadn’t been updated to point to the proper location of […]
In this episode we talk about the importance of changing the Media.RequestProtection.SharedSecret setting and the possible consequences that await you, if you don’t.
In this episode we tackle a frequent problem where business stakeholders participating in website change request process do not have user access to Sitecore, making it impossible for them to preview content edits before they go to production. Sitecore Publishing Targets allow us to create new “sudo” delivery environments that can be set to only accept […]
In this episode we take a look at three closely related properties of Sitecore items: keys, names and display names. Remember that keys and item names are primarily used by technical audiences while display names by Sitecore authors.