The struggle to get from a wireframe to a live Sitecore page will soon be a thing of the past! It is now possible to use Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Deep Learning to convert a hand-drawn...
In the previous post we created a Sitecore form with all the fields and placed it on the page. Let’s add some styling and basic actions!
In my last post, I walked through how to implement components in such a way that they could render multiple items that can be edited from the Experience Editor. In this post I’m going to explain how to use that functionality with a popular implementation of Dynamic Placeholders.
The third post in Optimizing Sitecore Experience Editor Series talks about how to develop one component to create and render multiple Sitecore Items while having those items be editable from the XPE.
This is the second post in a series on How to Optimize Sitecore Experience Editor. While the XPE can be extended through programmatic means, it’s also important to know how to use it to its potential with Sitecore’s out-of-the-box functionality.
Sitecore has many out-of-the-box features for supporting the experience editor, such as custom buttons and edit frames. However, there are also some clever ways that you can extend the experience editor.