Tag Archives: Sitecore8
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 how we can create short URLs with Sitecore aliases, as well as point out a couple of things to be careful about.
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.
In this episode we look into why, as developers, we should stay away from customizing Sitecore templates as much as possible by either duplicating them or inheriting them from new custom templates.
In this video we take a look at Sitecore parameter templates. These types of templates allow us to use all of the benefits that come with Sitecore field types in specifying parameter settings.
In this episode of Sitecore Friday Best Practices we take a look at another time saving tip – running Sitecore in Live Mode. This allows us to view changes on the website immediately after they are saved without having to publish.
The Sitecore Commerce Server deployment scripts provided in the dev.sitecore.net download portal do not support PowerShell 5 and SQL server 2014. This blog provides an overview of the issues and presents patches to add support for Windows 10 and SQL Server 2014 installations. Sitecore Commerce Powered by Commerce Server Experience Sitecore has been lagging […]
In this video we take a look at how customize the Content Editor ribbon to include only the tabs and buttons that are relevant to the user’s role. This customization not only makes the Content Editor less confusing, it also increases its performance.
Sitecore Hackathon 2016 took place on January 29-30, 2016. 48 teams including a total of 132 developers from 15 countries around the world signed up to participate. Teams were given 24 hours to develop one of the following: New Habitat Feature – Sitecore Habitat is a a project aimed at showcasing the Component-based architectural approach […]
This is the second meetup of the Los Angeles Sitecore User Group on Google Hangouts hosted by Vasiliy Fomichev, Dan Solovay, Kautilya Prasad and Michael West. The following is the recording of the hangout with the agenda and presentations used in the video. *Note to self: need a new mic. 1. Insite Plus Sitecore Connector […]