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Tag Archives: Experience Editor
The Sitecore Experience Editor is not the fastest tool in the shed, but you can improve the performance slightly by disabling the counter on the “My items” button that shows how many items you currently have locked: The setting is … Continue reading
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
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
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