Customizing warning messages in Content Editor can be tricky. We’ll guide you through two scenarios that can give you the power to customize your messages when you’re deleting a page or customizing the confirm/delete dialog message in Content Editor.continue
Take your Enterprise Accelerator to Level 4…if automation is the “what”, versioning is the “how’! Learn how to version in .NET and build on your scaffolding and helix solution strategies.continue
Helix is an architectural pattern outlined by Sitecore to help guide developers into organizing their solutions in a consistent and flexible manner.Each tenant website that we introduce to the CMS should be thought of as living within the Project layer.continue
One of the beautiful parts of Sitecore is that it doesn’t force you into a particular implementation pattern. You can build websites as small and simple as you like, or as large and complex as you need. You can have a single website driven by the CMS, or dozens hosted out of the same installation.continue
Implement personalization of Sitecore components based on third-party integrations can be a challenge. This post will share one quick way to accomplish this AND help your content authors out.continue
Responsive Web Design (RWD) offers a cost effective, high quality and easily managed delivery of content to a variety of devices.
Many teams build sites in RWD by using custom or popular responsive frameworks like Twitter Bootstrap or Foundation Zurb. But how can we combine the responsive design goodness with an intuitive content authoring experience in Sitecore?continue
In part 1 of this series, we discussed how personalization rules can be embedded within Snippets, and where ever those Snippets are added to pages, those personalization rules will execute. This is handy when you are personalizing pieces of global elements such content that appears within main navigation or footers.
In part 2, we introduced the concept of macro personalization and how we can “swap out” Snippets added to a page to personalize the entire Snippet – which is great when you are personalizing more complex items like carousels, tabsets, accordions, or if you wish to change out global elements and literally swap the entire header or footer based on a personalization condition.
So this part gets really interesting.continue
In part 1 of this series, we discussed how personalization in Sitecore can be embedded within a Snippet to create personalization rules that are used within global (or reusable) elements like headers or footers. In part 2, we will now discuss how Snippets create a whole new type of personalization in Sitecore – macro personalization.