Accelerating Content Tree Performance

Let talk about few tiny tips to accelerate the performance of content tree. Sometimes we experience that the content tree is taking longer than expected to open. It may be because of various reasons but there are few tips which can help us to speed up the content tree opening time. Avoid opening the entire... Continue Reading →

Playing with WFFM in Sitecore

You use web forms to collect information from website visitors. You can then view and analyze this information in the Web Forms for Marketers reports. You can create a web form in the Experience Editor directly on your website. There are two ways to create a form: Insert a ready-made web form Create a blank... Continue Reading →

Multi-Site in Sitecore and LiveMode.config

If you don’t want to bother publishing your local Sitecore site every time you make a change (especially when developing). There’s a nifty file named LiveMode.config.example, located in C:\inetpub\wwwroot\yoursitecoresite\Website\App_Config\Include\ . It comes with the sitecore install, and for a normal single-site Sitecore instance, simply removing the “.example” from the filename will let you view your... Continue Reading →

SITECORE DEVELOPER TOOL

While looking for some useful tools to use Sitecore, I came to know about Sitecore Developer Tool Chrome Extension. This tool gives you an ease to use Sitecore with various features. Please find the extension in Chrome Addons and install it. Once installed the extension you can see it in the right corner of your google... Continue Reading →

Topologies for Sitecore Azure Deployments

Microsoft Azure is a cloud-computing platform and a framework for creating, publishing, and maintaining applications through a worldwide system operated by Microsoft. It offers content editing and content delivery from the cloud. You can pick the best mix of on-premise or cloud-based editing and delivery environments. In cloud-computing context: Content Editing environment = Editing Farm... Continue Reading →

Integrating Sitecore with Salesforce is FUN

Sitecore is a well-known CXM (Customer Experience Management) system whereas Salesforce is counted in one of the best CRM (Customer Relationship Management) system. Although both are used to manage customers and having few common features, Sitecore and Salesforce are not competitor of each other’s. There are many connectors available to integrate Sitecore with Salesforce. I’ll... Continue Reading →

Integrating Sitecore with Sharepoint is FUN

Sitecore offers ready-made module SharePoint Connect 2.1 provides a flexible framework for creating synergy between your SharePoint assets and Sitecore content delivery engine. SharePoint Connect was formerly known as the SharePoint Integration Framework. SharePoint Connect 2.1 supports integration with the following SharePoint solutions: On-premises – installed on your hardware. For user authentication, both these SharePoint on-premises authentication types are supported: Online (hosted... Continue Reading →

Best Practice – Users and Roles

Sitecore recommended practices for security (users and roles): Break inheritance rather than explicitly deny access rights. Apply security to roles rather than users. Limit access to the parts of the content tree that are relevant to the user that is logged into the system. Limit access to the ribbon items by disabling features that are... Continue Reading →

Best Practices – Solution Code

Sitecore recommended practices for solution code: Sitecore highly recommends using C#. All of the Sitecore programming examples are in C# and C# is the language spoken by Sitecore Support. Use GUIDs where possible instead of path / name. This will improve performance, as well as prevent any breakage if you move content to a new... Continue Reading →

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