Sitecore Serialization – Hack

A seasoned Sitecore developer would have come across “Sitecore Serialization” and certainly it’s a feature that always comes to rescue when large items are to be moved across environments or databases. In this blog post I will be sharing a hack related to Sitecore Serialization as it might help anyone else on the community. Lot... Continue Reading →

How to override Sitecore publish wizard Form

The Sitecore publishing form sometimes needs to be modified with some custom messages, warnings and other custom functionalities like sending emails of the selected options in the publish form. In this blog, I am going to show how we can customize the Sitecore publish wizard form using Sitecore API and custom xml forms. There are... Continue Reading →

Keeping Your Sitecore Tree Organized

There's one big thing that should be on everyone's mind when working with a lot of content.  That big thing is organization of the Sitecore content tree.  With a single site solution, organization can be a little less serious.  But, once you start to deal with a multi-site solution, organization is key.  There are so... Continue Reading →

Keeping Item and Field Names Unique

There are many things that can help with confusion as a developer and as a content author.  One of the biggest confusions I've come across has been duplicate item names, fields, and placeholders.  Sitecore will render whatever the first instance of that name is.  So, if you have an item with the same name as... Continue Reading →

Sitecore UserName & Password Hardening

All organizations have processes & procedures in place to reduce the surface of vulnerability. One of the way to reduce attacks typically includes having a password policy and Sitecore Experience Platform is no exception to it. The way by which one installs Sitecore and configure has a significant effect on the security of a website.... Continue Reading →

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