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Extending General Link for Experience Editor Alternate Approach

Extending General Link for Experience Editor Alternate Approach

We have already seen the experience editor part in the Extending General Link for Experience Editor article in detail. Hence, in this article, we will explore how we can extend the general link for experience editor mode with an alternate code approach in Sitecore 10.2.0 to resolve the higher environment and performance issues that occurred […]

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Taxonomy: The Lifeblood of Site Search

I have found myself talking about taxonomy a lot recently. Taxonomy is a big job in a website project, but it’s something stakeholders may not consider early enough in an implementation project. I refer to taxonomy as a big job not only because it can be a lot of work, but also because it is […]

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Going Beyond the Sitecore Mentor Program: Pushing Boundaries with Exclusive Mentorship

At this time many of you may have heard about the official Sitecore Mentor Program, run by Nicole Montero from the Sitecore Technical Marketing Team. Mentor Program celebrates its second year with a significant growth of positive outcomes and success stories from both mentors and mentees. I am going to share mine with you, and […]

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Extending Layout Service in Sitecore Headless

Sitecore Headless uses a service called the Layout Service to deliver content from Sitecore to the front-end application in a headless architecture. It is responsible for rendering the layout of a page or a component and delivering the associated content to the client-side application. The Layout Service constructs and delivers a JSON representation encompassing the […]

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Sitecore database post upgrade steps

In the first part of this 3 part blog series, we did a deep dive in to the prerequisites required for upgrading Sitecore databases from 9.3.0 to 10.3.1 and steps needed to prepare for it. In the second part, we went over the steps that need to be performed to do the actual upgrade of […]

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Extending General Link for Experience Editor

The content editor and experience editor modes may seem similar at first glance, but they operate with different controls. In simpler terms, even though they look alike, the tools and functions they use are not the same, which can be a source of confusion for those working with them. We have already seen the content […]

Extending General Link for Experience Editor Mode in Sitecore

Extending General Link for Content Editor

In Sitecore, the General Link field type is a versatile field that allows content authors to create links to internal or external resources. The General Link field provides a user-friendly interface for authors to select and configure links. Along with the key features listed below, I wanted to use “Telephone Link” as well, both in […]

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XM Cloud Forms Builder

XM Cloud Forms Builder released Composable Forms Builder is now available with Sitecore XM Cloud. Let’s take a look at this one of the most anticipated modules for Sitecore’s flagship hybrid headless cloud platform. Historically, we had an external module called Web Forms for Marketers that one could install on top of their Sitecore instance […]

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Sitecore database upgrade steps

Previously we did a deep dive in to the prerequisites required for Sitecore database upgrade and steps needed to prepare for it. In this second part of the 3 part blog series, we will go over the steps that need to be performed to do the actual upgrade of databases. Upgrade Steps Go to and […]

Lessons from the Front: Experience Edge and XM Cloud

Having worked on headless Sitecore projects for the last year and a half or so involving Experience Edge and/or XM Cloud, I’ve run into some…interesting things. In this post, I hope to share a few “lessons from the front” in the hopes that other teams out there can avoid the same mistakes and potentially save […]

Extending General Link for Experience Editor Mode in Sitecore

Update $name of Existing Items using PowerShell

Welcome to our latest blog post, where we dive into the realm of PowerShell scripting to empower you to efficiently update existing items. In today’s fast-paced digital landscape, the need to manage and modify data swiftly and accurately is more crucial than ever. Whether you’re a seasoned IT professional or just starting your journey into […]

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Remove all Sitecore Language Versions Except One Using Powershell

In the Sitecore CMS, we can add new versions of any item, and we can add as many versions as needed. There are 2 types of versions available in Sitecore Numbered version – versions of items in the same language Language version – versions of an item in a different language Problem In some cases, […]

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