Tag Archives: Experience Editor

Edit special field types in Sitecore Experience Editor – Custom Experience Editor Buttons replaces the Edit Frame

The Sitecore Experience Editor allows inline editing of simple field types like text and rich text (HTML) field, and a few complex ones like links. But editing checkboxes, lookup values, multiselect boxes, or any custom field you might have developed … Continue reading

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Sitecore Hiding items: Clean up the cluttered content tree

As a followup to a question from Derek Dysart on my previous post, How to make the experience editor a great experience for your editors I will explain how you can clean up the Sitecore content tree by hiding system items. A … Continue reading

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Sitecore how to make the experience editor a great experience for your editors

In Sitecore it is very easy to toss in a few renderings on a page, set the renderings flag to “editable”, and voila, the page is editable using the Sitecore Experience Editor. But that kind of laziness often ends up … Continue reading

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Sitecore register page events

A Page Event in Sitecore is a way of tracking when a user have reached a goal by executing a call to action on a specific page, for example: Downloaded a brochure Clicked your banner Done a search A page … Continue reading

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Extend the Sitecore FieldRenderer

The Sitecore FieldRenderer is the render controls used to render fields from Sitecore in a way that makes them page editable from the Page Editor (or Experience Editor as it is called in Sitecore 8). The FieldRenderer has been known … Continue reading

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