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Prevent orphan components in Experience Editor when deleting composed components


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

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How we won the Hackathon

How we won

The famous Sitecore Hackathon is an annual programming contest, where teams should put together, within 24 hours, a piece of software for Sitecore in one of the available categories. At this fourth edition in 2017, there were four categories: Azure

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Richtext Editor - Table Properties adds cells to the table

When you edit the properties of a table in the content editor of most page types, extra cells are added. Check the following animation to see the issue:   This issue has been reproduced in empty (clean) instances of Sitecore

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ERROR [Content Testing]: Cannot find PhantomJS executable at ' (...) /data/tools/phantomjs/phantomjs.exe'. Aborting screenshot generation.

In Sitecore 8 and above, while starting a Multivariate Tests, you may see broken thumbnails and popups with warnings such as below, and your Sitecore Log showing the error at this blog title. According to what Sitecore Development Team announced at this community post for why Sitecore adopted

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Automatic check-up of Sitecore Server Roles with Powershell

This week I had a boring demand of checking up a Sitecore installation against the Excel spreadsheet provided by Sitecore, to make sure all configs are enabled or disabled according to the Server Role. You can get cockeyed by doing this

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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

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