You really hit me Like some kind of ?bolt? from the blue Quite unexpected But I did appreciate you What you said was convincing me And then you asked me to show you What my place is like I was ...
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New moon I thought you never would appear I've spent a lifetime Waiting for you here I feel your powers working on me I feel your thin white light upon me I hear you whisper into my ear There's a ...
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If you've played around with the Experience Profile in Sitecore, you may have noticed the red bar at the top of the timeline with the label Unknown Contact. In this post I'll go into depth about this red bar--a feature ...
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On a recent project I've used Insert Options Rules to implement interesting logic around when certain Insert Options should appear in the Content Editor. If you've not used Insert Options Rules before, they allow you to define Insert Options through ...
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When you start a new Sitecore project, chances are that you and your team are going to be creating a lot of new templates. If you've got a custom base template that a lot of your templates inherit from, it's ...
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Sitecore allows you to manage a user's profile in the User Manager. The fields for the user's profile comes from the User template found in the Core database at /sitecore/templates/System/Security/User. While developing a proof of concept, ...
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The sample site that comes out of the box with Sitecore is still running on XSLT renderings and Web Forms sublayouts. Maybe you just finished the Sitecore Developers eLearning Course and want to play with Sitecore and MVC some more, ...
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A few months ago a question popped up on Sitecore Stack Exchange about why parameters passed into the Html.Sitecore().ControllerRendering(string controllerName, string actionName, object parameters) method introduced in Sitecore 8.2 do not bind to the action parameters ...
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Google and the web community are pushing HTTPS harder than ever before--Google's boosting search rankings that use HTTPS, and the latest update to Chrome made the HTTPS padlock even more apparent in the address bar. In the past the only ...
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I've recently gone through the process of launching my own blog (this one!) with Ghost hosted on Microsoft Azure and in this post I'll go into detail about how you can do it too. Note that the Azure Portal is ...
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