Sitecore Symposium (former Dreamcore) is a three day conference for Sitecore developers, partners and customers. There are three kinds of sessions; developer, product and business tracks.
Last week I took a look at my blog and realized that I haven't posted anything the last few months. I just couldn't find the time to write anything
This week I released the stable version of the EviBlog module. The module works on all Sitecore solutions based on version 6.2.
This week I got a question from one of our partners about a publishing server. They have an environment in which the authors edit the content on several content authoring servers and publish it to the content delivery servers.
While developing a Sitecore website there are lots of situations where you want multiple items to have the same Presentation Settings (renderings/sublayouts/layout)
For a blog module that I am developing I wanted to create an custom item editor. As you might know those are the tabs in the Content Editor.
Whenever I use Google to search for Sitecore information I get a lot of marketing and CMS review results and a few results with detailed developer information.
You might recognize this scenario. During your project you encounter some problem and you need the help of Sitecore Support
To avoid problems during the development of an Sitecore site it could be useful to disable the Sitecore Publishing method.
Today I published a new client feature on the marketplace called DMS Gutters. It will help the business user identifying which items contains tests and personalisation.
On February 9th Pieter and I will give a webinar showing you how to develop a basic website by using only Visual Studio 2010 and Sitecore Rocks
For some time now you can use NuGet to manage Sitecore dependencies in your Visual Studio projects.
As you might know you can use Item Buckets in Sitecore 7 to execute operations on multiple items at the same time.
By default Sitecore comes with a few default reports within the Engagement Analytics.
On May 18th and 19th, the Sitecore User Group Conference was being held in Amsterdam. A conference organized by the Dutch and Nordic user groups.
Blok is Sitecore’s product design system: the UI framework and style guide we use to build great apps. It’s publicly available, so that anyone can easily build software in the Sitecore design language.
When working with item buckets in Sitecore 7 there are a few keyboard shortcuts that might come in handy.
Last week I had some problems with an Sitecore Query. It didn't show more than an fixed number of items.
Recently I got a question from one of our partners for a field in which a user can select multiple images and also have a overview of the selected images.
As of the first of january I am the new solution architect for Sitecore in the Netherlands.
So, you are running multiple Sitecore instances on your local machine and each one with their own license file.
In Sitecore 6.2 it is possible to integrate FieldEditors. These are command which enables users edit item settings when they work in the page editor.
One of the most annoying things about Sitecore is that the Rich Text Editor needs to be opent in an seperate web page dialog.
Today Sitecore released version 6.2. According to the change log their are several new (cool) features.
Tonight I was catching up with some RSS Feeds and Twitter messages, when I noticed that SPN (Sitecore Partner Network) is renewed.
Since their are a few hundred Sitecore enthusiasts coming to Amsterdam we thought I would come in handy to share a few links.
In Sitecore you can use validation rules. By default there are three validations rules on each template.
As you might have noticed Sitecore announced the list of the 2008 Sitecore MVPs
Two weeks ago the Sitecore Symposium 2019 in Orlando kicked of with the pre-conference seminars on Monday.
Since a while I use ELMAH for error logging in my custom ASP.NET applications.
At the moment I'm creating a custom field for tagging content items. I prototyped my custom field in html using JQuery.
Regularly I see topics on the SDN5 forums where people ask if it is possible to use a custom Rich Text editor.
In Sitecore we know wildcards, which will give you the possibility to create dynamic urls.
In certain cases you want to offer the end-user a userfriendly interface to manage content, users or anything else.