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Tag Archives: XSLT
Pentia A/S‘ Lix for Sitecore module is a readability checker for Sitecore 5 and Sitecore 6 based on the Lix readability algorithm which is widely used for scandinavian languages (Danish, Swedish, Norwegian, …) and for Dutch. Having a low Lix is one … Continue reading
I’ve noticed how most of the Sitecore blogs takes up relatively advanced topics on Sitecore, so I’ve decided to share with you some of my more simpler tricks. This article is meant as a tutorial. This is a small XSLT I’ve … Continue reading
I am using the XslHelper from some C# code. I use the GetItem() function to get an item from a NodePathIterator. But the GetItem() generates an error “SystemInvalidOperationException: Enumeration has not started. Call MoveNext()“. The following code will fail with that … Continue reading
Rendering XSLT’s (or sublayouts for that matter) from another item can be very usefull. For example, if you have a spots region on your page, and each spot is rendered by different XSLT’s, you can place the XSLT rendering on … Continue reading
One of my colleagues noticed that in Sitecore 6 there is a difference between the XSLT functions sc:fld (used since Sitecore 4) and sc:field (new in Sitecore 6). Alexey Rusakov explains about this in detail on his blog. The difference … Continue reading