It seems like an easy task to relink the workbox items open command so that they instead of open the page editor open the experience editor. It does however demand some special treatment. Continue reading Open experience editor from workbox
So Sitecore 9 is out and with it quite a lot of new exciting features and functions. One is more awaited than the others. Sitecore Forms. In this blog post I will be taking a look into the forms in combination with the experience accelerator. Hopefully Sitecore has a new powerful tool that editors can use to create powerful forms with ease. Continue reading Let there be forms! Sitecore Forms!
I have not used SXA (Sitecore experience accelerator) a lot and I am not sure why. The fuzz has not been about SXA, but maybe there should be more fuzz about it. It is a handy tool for enabling the fast creation of sites. It should really be considered, at least when creating campaign sites or smaller solutions. Continue reading SXA and Sitecore 9 – Setting up a simple site
Many of today’s Sitecore implementations contain lots and lots of items. In many cases the items are stored in buckets and the editors are therefore totally dependent on finding what they are looking for by using the search functionality in Sitecore. When entering the search in Experience Editor the editors may become a bit overwhelmed with information since the default is to search for everything. Normally the editor could start filtering and then search for whatever is needed. Continue reading Customize default search in Sitecore experience editor
As the title says when an editor pastes text into a single-line field in the experience editor, the html formatting does not get stripped correctly. This bug has been verified in Sitecore 8.1 and 8.2. I have not tested in any other versions.
What I have done here is to change the field type in the home item of an empty Sitecore installation to a single-line field. I then searched for “Sitecore rules!” and copied+pasted the title from google into the single-line text field and saved the item.
There is a patch for this provided by Sitecore support. It can be downloaded here:
When applied the html stripping of formatting should work as intended.
The version of the patch says that it is built for Sitecore 8.2, but Sitecore support has told me that it will work fine for Sitecore 8.1 as well.