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Author Archives: martin.knudsen
It is not really that difficult to see – the writing is clearly on the wall: Responsive is here to stay. The positive consequences beyond just device support is less obvious at first glance…
I just went through a pretty cool re-design project of our new website, and of course, we’re doing it in HTML5 and Responsive design – as any new web initiative should do these days.
“So, how many content delivery boxes do I need for my Sitecore solution?” I hear this question a lot – and it is not easy to answer as all solution have different needs and traffic patterns.
Creating a custom field is pretty simple. Let’s take the example of a simple email field. The field will store a single email. It will include a validation button for email validation as well. Other than that, it will function … Continue reading
Today, a developer asked me why Sitecore renders links in the form: http://mysite/~/link.aspx?_id=17084b4008f54dcda739c0d08c176bad&_z=z when outputting data from a Rich Text field in Sitecore.
I just stumbled upon a very insightful article about Mobile Implementation strategy on martinfowler.com. It is written by Giles Alexander of ThoughtWorks. Mobile is still a fresh problem for many sites out there, so if you’re contemplating Mobile, this is … Continue reading
We recently finished a solution audit for a very large Sitecore site. The site had serious performance issues (20-30 seconds execution time for some functions and frequent w3wp process crashes) and adding additional beefy servers wasn’t helping in alleviating the … Continue reading
I guess I have been around for a while when it comes to playing around with Sitecore. My first Sitecore site was an XSLT/VBScript based site – built in Sitecore 3 (which is btw. the first version of Sitecore if … Continue reading
This is the first post in a series of blog posts under the theme I call Why is my Sitecore site running so slow? Lately, I have been pulled in to audit a number of Sitecore solutions because they had … Continue reading