Back in spring 2016 we got a call from Napier University, who were having some performance issues with their recently launched site.
As developers we are referred to in many ways, architect, developer, ninja, master, genius, guru, monkey, cowboy, this list goes on.
For us we use the term, Mechanic:
One thing that frustrates me when dealing with large Sitecore packages is not knowing where items have been installed and not wanting to do a full site publish on a live site with over 30,000 items, and possible draft content. Continue reading “Post Install Publisher”
Working with a client recently who had a bad experience with Sitecore performance, I came up with what I thought was a very good analogy for a poorly performing Sitecore based site.
This is a question I have been asked quite frequently recently, and thought it would be a good idea to explain what Arktouros can actually do for you, or your company.
Every company has to have a speciality, and amongst all the services we offer, the one that stands out is Sitecore.
UPDATE: this is now available for download on the Sitecore Marketplace
We had a request from a client for non-administrator users to be able to unlock other users locked Items.
A perfectly valid request, as the client had sensibly limited the number of Administrator users, and wanted this task handled by “Elevated Non-Admin Users”.
So, we have had a few instances of end users switching the Sitecore context database and editing content in the wrong place.
This has caused some confusion, and in rare occasions, loss of data.
We pondered if it would be possible to highlight which database you are in, by manipulating the wallpaper displayed on the user desktop. Continue reading “Sitecore Contextual Desktop Wallpaper”