Tag Archives: experience editor
In this episode we look at how to properly expose content fields that are not rendered on the page in the Sitecore Experience Editor. For instance, page meta data, or orphan content fields that don’t belong to any particular component and at the same time not rendered on a page. I learned this trick years […]
In this episode we look at improving Sitecore usability with configuring the top location for the Datasource tree selection and the type of items that are allowed to be selected. Make sure to follow these practice to also eliminate the human error factor.
Placeholder settings seem to get too little love for the important role they play in the editing experience of the Experience Editor. In this episode we talk about the importance of using Placeholder Settings and look at two variations of their use: global and local.
This is the first video of the Sitecore Friday Tip of the Week series. In this video I cover the reasons for adding field help messages and provide tips to help developers with adding meaningful and helpful help information.
It seemed as the bug spree was over with, but in my case the third time was not a charm. This next bug was found in Sitecore 7.2 rev 140526 and it is a very interesting one; although it is not a “show stopper”, it can potentially expose some information about your website, and, if you […]
I am the quality assurance machine! This is the third bug I found in Sitecore 7.2 within about a month. Am I going for record here or what? The following article provides an overview of a bug that was found in Sitecore 7.2 rev. 140526. The issue is related to inserting a page using a Page […]