In the previous post, we created a landing page which will hold our webinar registration form. Now it's time to create and add a Sitecore form to it.
We’ll be using the Sitecore Habitat demo site for the sake of speed in getting to the main pieces of this series. We’ll also keep the content of this page very simple. Let’s begin!
I remember when I started to get myself into Sitecore development and I had to setup my environment for the first time, I needed to install MongoDB on my local machine so...
There are two ways to build a Sitecore package, it's either by using Sitecore Package Designer or by using Sitecore Rocks. Using Sitecore Rocks to create a package has many advantages including the ability to manage packages from Visual Studio or setting up dependencies in the package.
As a developer, how many times you needed to go through the publishing process in Sitecore to see your changes on the live site?
Sitecore's live mode will just save your time!
If you would like your visitors to navigate your newly created micro-site in a multi-site solution, you have to add site bindings and make sure your host name points to the server where the website...
Do you know you can use Sitecore Rocks to sync folders between your Visual Studio Project and your IIS Website Root?