Sometimes our Sitecore instance suffers from performance issues, cumbersome content managing process, limitations, etc. so there is a need we need to review our solution and evaluate how well it is implemented. In these blog series I will provide some guidance on how to perform a Sitecore platform inspection to evaluate the architecture of a solution measured against current Sitecore best practices.
A new Sitecore Symposium has passed and as everyone expected, we received plenty of information that I will try to summarize and focus on the most interesting topics that were discussed through some sessions, Sitecore 9.3.
When you archive an item in your master database, Sitecore doesn’t remove it from the web database automatically. You need to perform a publish in order to “update” your web instance. That’s why this post will show you how to unpublish items immediately when an item is archived.
This guide will help you to install Sitecore 9.1 for local environments.
Orlando, FL was host to this year’s Sitecore Symposium, between October 8 and 11, where marketers, CEOs, CTOs, developers, and enthusiasts gathered to network, share knowledge, and learn through new experiences.
This year’s symposium was centered on the motto “Elevate the experience”, which perfectly describes the focus on maximizing user experience to its highest level.
This guide will help you to enable SSL on Solr so it can run over HTTPS.
If you are using Glass Mapper v184.108.40.206 and Sitecore 8.2 with Language Fallback enabled you will notice that SitecoreContext.GetItem, .GetRootItem, etc. will return null if the current item language version doesn’t exist.
Usually, there are clients that need a module that let them add pins to maps or highlight a specific section on an image.
This feature will help content authors to add a point of interest to an image. Only need to select the background image and start adding multiple dots, it will automatically set the exact position where they picked.
This step-by-step document will guide you how to migrate content from an old implementation to a newly rebuilt website, which involves besides new functionality and requirements, new templates where you need to migrate content from a deprecated template to new ones.