What is it?
A browser-based debugger that opens in a new browser tab which allows you to see a breakdown of the rendering process the page went through with some useful information such as duration and items accessed that is useful for diagnosing which renderings are taking a long time. By default, the debugger resolves requests to the home page of the web database.
Continue reading “Sitecore Debug”
Have you ever seen an error trace like the below in the Sitecore log?
System.NotSupportedException: Unknown request type: PROPFIND
Continue reading “Error with PROFIND Requests”
at Sitecore.Mvc.Helpers.WebHelper.GetRequestType (HttpContextBase httpContext)
at Sitecore.Mvc.Pipelines.Request.RequestBegin.ExecuteFormHandler.Process(RequestBeginArgs args)
I was able to give a talk in a local University here in my country (Ecuador) about Sitecore and ended it giving some career tips to an audience of young people from senior year. Here are couple of things for those of you that are just starting in the developer career.
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Let’s start with this. There might be multiple reasons why Sitecore Analytics is not recording data, but here are the most common in my opinion.
Continue reading “Data not Displaying in Experience Analytics”
One of our clients in the company I work for, recently reported an issue with the media URLs generated by Sitecore:
“Security issue found on server by NGINIX security server (Blocked Request 406). The hyphen needs to be removed from: ‘/-/media/setf/logos/header_logo.png’ as it is identified as Traversal Probe”
Continue reading “Media.AlwaysIncludeServerUrl”
As Sitecore developers is important to know the different resources we have available so we can get a hand when needed, which is pretty much all the time in my case.
Continue reading “Sitecore Developer Resources”
Continuing with the previous post of Sitecore goals basics, this post contains the last three steps.
Continue reading “The Basics of Sitecore Goals – Part 2”