While the Helix architecture is a great way to organize a Sitecore solution, the principles can be applied to JSS apps too. In this post, we will be using a standard React JSS app to demonstrate how...
In this post, we’ll walk through the creation of a Reach component using the Sitecore-first workflow and following the Helix principles.
What if you have a headless site with more than one layout? We will explore how to do this in a headless application using a standard React JSS app
Kajoo version 1.1 is out! Come see the new features that we've added.
Here’s a step-by-step guide on how to create, edit, and publish a page using Sitecore Horizon
Heard the term ‘headless CMS’ and wondering what it means? Here’s a post for marketers and non-technical users to explain what headless CMSs are
This post is an overview of the Experience Editor, Sitecore's WYSIWYG editor that allows you to easily make changes to items directly on the page.
The Experience Editor, Sitecore’s on-page editing tool, gives content authors and marketers the ability to update multiple components and content items in a single place. This is made possible because of Sitecore’s powerful component architecture.
In this post, I’m going to continue the “Back to Basics” series with part 2: how to handle styling in your Helix solution.
On occasion, as a content manager, you may need a reminder to notify someone on your team, to edit, publish or un-publish content in your absence. This is where Sitecore Content Reminders come in.
One of the common tickets I’ve seen in my experience with training and supporting our clients on Sitecore is clients who delete content and it doesn’t get removed from the website. This article explains why and provides best practices around unpublishing and deleting content. Thanks for reading.
Publishing content is central to Sitecore and is very well developed. However, due to is importance and frequent use, it often generates many great questions. Master the ins and outs of publishing – read on!
In this post we'll uncover a hidden gem within Sitecore to save you some time and grief. No longer will you worry about removing items in Sitecore accidentally and having to spend time with your support department trying to figure out where your items have gone.
If left unchecked, the Media Library can grow very large and very messy, very quickly and I mean VERY QUICKLY!
Follow these best practices and you will avoid many headaches, and improve productivity among your content authoring team.
Part two in the Productivity Tips for Content Authors and Experience Marketers series.
Part three in the Productivity Tips for Content Authors and Experience Marketers series.
Not too long ago, in the very recent past, a large dealership of a large North American auto manufacturer decided to take to e-mail marketing, which in my humble opinion was a colossal disaster.
In this series of posts, I’m going to share my experiences, along with anecdotes and maneuvers, to help you efficiently work in Sitecore. I’ll do my best to keep the articles version-neutral and when I am not able to, I will note the Sitecore version accordingly.