How to structure placeholder keys and settings in a multi-site Sitecore implementation

June 14, 2018
#Sitecore#multisite#Sitecore Tips

A multi-site Sitecore implementation is when multiple different websites are deployed into the same Sitecore instance. Each site has its own unique set of renderings and templates. However, even sites that look and function completely different may still share a common set of generic renderings, like grid structures or an image carousel.

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Sitecore Flow - The benefits of versioning your Sitecore environments

June 02, 2018
#Sitecore#git#DevOps#Sitecore Tips

This post is part of a series

  1. Project Organization - Beyond Helix
  2. "Sitecore Flow" - The benefits of versioning your Sitecore environments

Put aside everything you know about using git because this post explores a completely untraditional method. This method enables you to roll back failed deployments in seconds. Additionally, it automates the clean up of obsolete files.

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Project Organization - Beyond Helix

June 01, 2018
#Sitecore#DevOps#Helix#Sitecore Tips

This post is part of a series

  1. Project Organization - Beyond Helix
  2. "Sitecore Flow" - The benefits of versioning your Sitecore environments

This post covers recommendations on how to structure your Sitecore solution to support synchronized environments and quick spin-up of new instances.

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Sitecore QA Best Practices

January 30, 2018
#Sitecore#QA#Sitecore Tips

4 practices specific to testing Sitecore that all Quality Assurance Specialists should follow to ensure correctness and head off bugs early.

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Help Content Authors Differentiate Between Page-Specific And Shared Content

January 16, 2018
#Sitecore#content authoring#Sitecore Tips

This blog post covers how to inject extra metadata text into Experience Editor. One of the great uses of this metadata text it to help content authors see a visual difference between renderings that use local datasources and renderings that use shared datasources.

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