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!
Back to Basics part 3: Now that we know how to build a Helix solution, we need to make it ready for collaboration.
In this post, I'll talk about how to create and use your own styles in Sitecore SXA.
In this series we’re going to cover some quick and easy ways to begin to leverage the Sitecore Experience Marketing platform and all the bells and whistles that make marketing automation work and create amazing customer experiences (in context) that convert more, and build your brand.
To implement a site with continuous scroll is an interesting challenge that can be solved in different ways. In this blog post I’m going to run you through a heuristic for implementing a continuous scrolling page in Sitecore
Founder Nabil Orfali and Director Ken Gray get the nod and win the Sitecore Most Valuable Professional Award!
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.
Now that we've gone over basic React development and covered UI Frameworks that utilize React, we’re ready to import our Carousel into a Sitecore JSS project.
Now that you have a basic understanding of react and an environment set up to play with it, let’s import a UI component framework to create an already-made component.
In this series of blog posts I intend to walk you, the aspiring JSS developer, through the basics of developing JSS solutions with the React framework
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!
We are thrilled to share the success story of the Canadian Nurses Association (CNA) as published in the case study by Sitecore, the global leader in experience management software.
During this year’s Symposium, I attended several sessions that explored possible applications for Machine Learning. These all have the potential to boost the experience that is offered to customers..
In this blog post, I share the highlights of two sessions I attended at Sitecore Symposium 2018 about Sitecore Cortex.
TechGuilds is now in Orlando for 2018’s Sitecore Symposium! We can’t wait to meet everybody here and show off what we’ve been working on.
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.
At the time of this writing, YouTube didn't have an embed code for adding responsive videos to your pages. Thankfully for content authors, there is a relatively easy way to accomplish this even if you're not an HTML or CSS expert. We describe the steps using Sitecore's Experience Platform and Sitecore's Rich Text field within Sitecore's Content.Editor.
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.
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.
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.