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How Taxonomy Connects Healthcare Consumers With Content

We’ve all been spoiled by how easy Amazon and other leading e-commerce leaders have made it for us to find related items when we browse their websites. If I’m searching for a pair of shoes or a blender but not finding the exact item I want, I can often find related items that the site […]

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Software Attack Surface Analysis

All software systems exist in an insecure state, which creates the need for a way to conduct software attack surface analysis. This is because any useful system must connect in some way with the outside world and therefore contains at least one point of interaction with that world. These communication paths accept data / instructions […]

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Understanding AEM Resources In 10 Minutes

One of the strong features of Adobe Experience Manager (AEM) is creating UI content using the content authoring capability with Core Components.  As contents are created, they are stored in a Jackrabbit Oak repository as resources, which is then fetched and rendered as HTML content.  When out-of-the-box content authoring components do not suit the needs […]

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Build Faster with the App Accelerator

A few years ago, Satya Nadella, CEO of Microsoft, stated: “Every company is now a software company.” The line between the product you offer and the software that supports it has thinned, and in some industries, the software is the primary competitive advantage. Like it or not, the software is a critical part of your […]

Check for Suspicious Email Registration Through Episerver Commerce Framework

Several users are signing up under a suspicious or fraudulent email address when registering within an ecommerce site. These users are posting multiple irrelevant links to their own website to try to boost their ranking, or even posting URL links to dangerous or unsolicited websites. To avoid suspicious email addresses, we can check the reputation […]

The Benefits of Utilizing a Progressive Web Application in Digital Commerce

A progressive web application (PWA) is a software application built with HTML, CSS, and JavaScript to run within and depend on a standards-compliant web browser. PWAs exploit their reliance on these browsers to overcome conventional web browsers application development challenges, such as browser-compatibility and feature availability. There is a tremendous opportunity for a unified and […]

The Importance of Implementing a Live Chat Tool for Episerver Commerce Cloud Sites

Amid COVID-19, we are purchasing almost all of our products online, meaning more and more customers are going online each day to find the products they need, which can become a struggle with the lack of in-person assistance. Digital tools, however, can play an important role for businesses and consumers during their online shopping experience, […]

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How to Make a Good Healthcare Website

It’s a question healthcare marketers ask all the time: What are the keys to a good healthcare website? We want a formula. Tried and true best practices. Something that will boil it all down to a clear roadmap. If you search the web, you’ll find website checklists galore. And there are some undisputable basics: You […]

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How to Boost Up Your On-Site Search with a Product Experience Page

On-site search is often a component that often gets overlooked because it can be complicated and challenging to tweak and tune this element of your site with ease. However, before jumping in to set priorities for boosting specific terms, which could lead to negative consequences elsewhere on your website, I recommend looking at product data to enhance your on-site search.  Product data is vital to the […]

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Defer offscreen images in Sitecore

When chasing down performance problems on a website, you’ll often times hit an error around deferring offscreen images.  This warning occurs when you have imagery “below the fold” (e.g., the area you must scroll to see) loading on your webpages. This problem is especially rampant in CMS systems where you’re never quite sure what the […]

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Don’t Fall Short When Assessing Your Customer Experience Tech

Customer experience leaders continue to look for ways to improve their customer experience technologies. These leaders understand that as expectations evolve, competitors try to jump ahead, and other companies invent new capabilities, they must also evolve their capabilities. Assessing your technology stack with respect to customer experience is essential to making sure your technology is […]

Why You Should be Using the Principal Permissions View in AEM

Before AEM 6.5, we really only had one UI to manage user permissions.  That’s not to say we couldn’t go to the JCR directly and set ACLs, but the user admin screen was just simpler. For instance, take this example from the classic user admin console. Typically, this meant that we would check the root […]

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