Couple of days back I got a question whether we can have different parts or content tree or items based on different template as part of Single TreeList or TreeListEx field. First of all the difference between TreeList & TreeListEx is TreeList field always load the Content tree for you & TreeListEx only loads it … Continue reading How to configure different content nodes as part of TreeList or TreeListEx datasource?
There are 2 requirements when you create a form either you redirect to thank you page or show a thank you message after successful submission of the form. If you are creating Sitecore Forms (previously known as WFFM) then you get an option to redirect to thank you page using one of the Submit action. … Continue reading Avoid Sitecore Form redirecting to forms builder page!
The idea behind using Unicorn is to serialize only items that you need, by adding the Sitecore item paths to Unicorn configuration files. When the item is controlled by Unicorn, all the child items can be serialized automatically unless excluded, which is very convenient because the developer does not have to remember to serialize items … Continue reading How to setup Unicorn for Helix based Sitecore project?
The default behavior of Sitecore is that it stores the media files (Images, Videos, docs, etc.) in the database. This is good feature as your website folder won't grow as the Media items grow in Sitecore but the database size will keep growing over the period of time. It is not arguable over which approach … Continue reading How to store Media files in File System instead of Database?
Initially Sitecore (8.2 and below versions) used to have only one place for the license i.e. Data folder. From Sitecore 9.x, there are 3 websites which are created for us namely, Identity Server, xConnect and the main website. The Data folder is no more and it is replaced by App_Data folder under the main website. … Continue reading How to update new license in Sitecore 9.3?
If you want to deliver the high quality Customer Experience website then the first thing you will go for is Personalized content and for which in turn we create the component based website. And to make these components reusable we pitch in for Datasources. To ensure that the site is Content Author friendly, we need … Continue reading How to set multiple datasource in Datasource Location field
I am delighted to tell you that I have created a Sitecore Module for integrating Google News in our Sitecore instance but unfortunately I am not able to upload to Sitecore Marketplace (https://marketplace.sitecore.net/) since there is a publishing issue on the site. Once it is resolved you will be able to see the module (Google … Continue reading How to use Google News Integrator(GNI) module?
Once our website is live and hosted on Azure PaaS, we don't have access to it's files and folders like we have on On-prem setup. So how do we get the Sitecore logs from Azure WebApps? There are couple of approaches to access the logs namely FTP, Azuretools.aspx, Azure Application Insights, etc. You can go … Continue reading How to access Sitecore logs from Azure
Once we install Sitecore on Azure PaaS using the Marketplace option. In either case, if you opted for SOLR or Azure Search as search provider, the advanced search or the search in the Content Editor doesn't work. What can be the reason behind this issue? The reason is the indexes are not created or the … Continue reading Search not working in Content Editor on Azure PaaS instance
In previous blogs, we have seen how to install Sitecore on Azure & how to publish Visual Studio code to Sitecore Azure PaaS instance. But there are scenarios where we need to check some settings or access different files present in Sitecore instance. To do so, we have FTP option for our rescue, we will … Continue reading Accessing Sitecore files from Azure PaaS instance