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Why You Need To Upgrade Your Sitecore CMS

A common question I frequently get asked by marketing and business folk involves upgrading. Anyone who has worked with a CMS system for a long period of time will usually have a horror story about an upgrade; the upgrade might have been promised to t[...]

15 Reasons Why Visitors Leave Your Website In 10 Seconds

Have you ever wondered why some people leave your website so quickly?  Just because you spend time and money building a website doesn't mean anyone is going to visit it, let alone stick around long enough to read anything.  It’s not easy to continual[...]

How To Create A Layout For A Sitecore Page

This is the fourth article in the 'Creating Your First Sitecore Page' series, we'll finally get around to discussing our web pages presentation. In Sitecore, when we talk about presentation and rendering text, CSS, JS and images onto our pages, we ta[...]

How To Create A Template For A Content Page In Sitecore

This is the third post in the 'Creating Your First Sitecore Page' series. In the last article, How To Create A Master Data Template In Sitecore, we created a master template. The purpose of the master template is to define a schema for all the common[...]

How To Create A Master Data Template In Sitecore

In the last article, I talked about breaking a web page down into Sitecore components, the first being the data-template. A Sitecore template is the fundamental building block for every Sitecore page. A data template can be thought of as a schema for[...]

What Is A Sitecore Item?

In today's post, I'm going to talk about Sitecore Items.  A Sitecore 'item' is the basic building block for everything that makes up a Sitecore website.  Forget about C# and HTML files for now, as Sitecore items have no relation to actual real files [...]

Sitecore Launchpad Explained

The Sitecore dashboard is your gateway into Sitecore.  At first, it might seem a little daunting.  Sitecore comes with a lot of tools for you to use. The dashboard is split into four main areas 'Marketing Applications', 'Content Editing', 'Control[...]

How To Log Out Of The Sitecore Backend

Logging out of Sitecore is so simple, that it almost doesn’t deserve a blog post.  Your account information is on the top right-hand side of the editor. Click, 'Log out' and away you go…  Simple![...]

How To Log Into The Sitecore Editor

The first things most people will want to do when they get started with Sitecore is to log into the backend and have a look around. If you want to do any sort of web page creation, content editing, or administration on your website, then you will nee[...]
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