Posts Tagged ‘content authoring’

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Beyond Embed Component: Integrate Web Code Editor

After the introduction of AEM Core Components, custom component development has been drastically changed. In some use cases, there is zero customization and core components can be directly used for authoring. Even in those situations, the custom component is needed. It can be quickly built by extending the existing core components. Thus, the development cost […]

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3 Easy-To-Fix Reasons Why Your Sitecore Content Is Not Showing Up

You’ve worked hard on curating content for your Sitecore site. You’ve spent hours collecting the necessary information from various departments to create this new page. After all this work, it can be frustrating to not see it appear on the live site. Where did your work go? Why isn’t it showing up? This blog post […]

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The Five Principles of Delivering CMS Effectively

Content management and experience platforms like Episerver should be the key to empowering non technical people in a technical space. They are meant to empower marketers—allowing them to fully deliver, measure, curate and personalize user experiences. We have a unique enablement focused approach based on the modular principles of atomic design. This approach, SCORE, represents […]

Sitecore’s Rename vs. Display Name

One of the more common questions that comes up during Sitecore Author training is around the rename and display name functions inside of Sitecore. In this post, we’ll go through what each function does and also give some examples of how and when to use them effectively during the content authoring process. What’s in a […]

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What’s a GUID and How Does Sitecore Use It?

Just as the cell is considered the building block of all life, the GUID is a “building block” for all items as they exist in Sitecore. In this post, we’ll go over some GUID basics and talk about why they’re important to the way content and other items are referenced inside of Sitecore. What’s a […]

Should Your Content Authoring Team All Be Sitecore Admins?

Having established roles and workflows in Sitecore makes for good governance and ensures your authoring team is supporting your content strategy. While this seems like an organizational no-brainer for larger content teams, you may wonder if smaller teams need the same level of oversight. Don’t all these formal rules and processes just get in the […]

Why Quality Sitecore Content Authoring Matters to Your Business

Many factors play into a successful Sitecore implementation, but having a high quality content authoring experience is one that stands out. Because content authoring is such a fundamental, day-to-day task in Sitecore, it is crucial that the authoring and editing experience is consistently great. I’ve written before about how to improve the Sitecore editing experience, […]