Category: Experience Editor

Custom Reset Layout in Content and Experience Editor Modes

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Recently I had to customize the code that triggers when a Reset Layout is executed. If you ever had to attach any code to it, this post is for you! You know, that sympathetic prompt: The first thing you need to know is that

Posted in Content Edition Experience, Development, Experience Editor

Sitecore 9 Update 1 - Bug saving Shared Layout in Experience Editor

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A few weeks ago, while upgrading one of at Nish Tech’s early-stages projects into Sitecore 9 Update 1, a very strange behavior when you try to do a very simple task: edit a Shared Layout of a page in Experience

Posted in Bug fixing, Experience Editor, Support Ticket, Uncategorized

Site-specific RichText Editor Profiles - custom Source in native RichText fields

Site-specific RichText Editor Profiles - custom Source in native RichText fields

Everybody knows how to select different Editor Profiles using the Source property in a Rich Text field. Out of the box, you can only pass a hardcoded path to the Editor Profile, making the template totally linked to one and only one Profile. Hardcoded??? But what if we

Posted in Content Edition Experience, Experience Editor, Richtext Editor

Prevent orphan components in Experience Editor when deleting composed components

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If an editor deletes a component in Experience Editor and that component has inner components, only the outer component will be actually deleted from the page rendering. Inner components will not show anymore (and often Content Editors will be happy), so

Posted in Content Edition Experience, Development, Experience Editor, Uncategorized

Advanced display of SVG Images in Sitecore

SVG Images are basically vector images (coordinates, objects and properties) with data that can be manipulated with CSS styling – check out this article for details on how that works. In short, to take advantage of CSS styling over SVG files, you must throw the XML

Posted in Architecture, Experience Editor, Front-end, Uncategorized
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