Sitecore – When You Are Not The Super User

Again I interact with Sitecore. This time because the project (still the same as before) is published in other server (not our server) and we have so limited access to it, I took liberty to create a small "Admin Panel"-like place for my client to get the data they need. The basic requirement is simple. … Continue reading Sitecore – When You Are Not The Super User

Sitecore – Shortening URL (for Your SEO Sake)

Hello, all! Tonight seems like the time for me to unleash what I have discovered during my time of blogging-hibernation. Earlier, I talked about WURFL and sitecore's default way to detect device, now I talk about the way to shorten URL in Sitecore. This way bug me off and I left my question in stackoverflow … Continue reading Sitecore – Shortening URL (for Your SEO Sake)

Sitecore – WURFL or Sitecore Device Default Detection

Hi all! I return from my long blogging-hibernation. Lately, I encounter a little problem with mobile detection in Sitecore. Before that, yes, I am still working on the website of my company's client and yes, though I really tired of this Sitecore stuffs, I still feel so curious about it. I hope through this post, … Continue reading Sitecore – WURFL or Sitecore Device Default Detection

Sitecore – Extra Fields on Membership

Hello! Now I want to discuss about membership in Sitecore. I won't tell in detail. I will focus in how could these membership can be used simply for some features. In my application, there's a membership that using extranet\ role. So I use membership class. Membership in Sitecore is basically the same with .NET Membership … Continue reading Sitecore – Extra Fields on Membership