For Editors

In this section you can read all articles relevant for Sitecore editors. You can read more about the target groups here.
  • July 28 2010

    The Content Editor in Sitecore

    In this article I will give an overview of one of the most important things in Sitecore, the content editor.

    This article is intended for users who are new to Sitecore or users who would like to know the possibilities of the content editor better.

    (For: Editors)
    (Level: 100)
  • July 16 2010

    The Sitecore Login Screen

    This article takes a look at the first page an editor will meet in Sitecore, the login screen.

    (For: Editors)
    (Level: 100)
  • November 05 2009

    Sorting Items

    In this article, I will describe the different possibilities for sorting items that exist in Sitecore.
    This includes both manually sorting the items and different automatic sortings.


    (For: Editors)
    (Level: 200)
  • July 29 2009

    Publishing and versioning

    In this article, I will explain the key concepts related to publishing content in Sitecore.


    We will take a look at the different ways to publish content, how to check your new content before publishing and see how its possible to save old versions of your content.

    (For: Editors)
    (Level: 100)
  • July 10 2009

    Sitecore OMS – Key concepts part 1

    Read this first article of two about the key concepts in Sitecore OMS.


    In this part we walk through the concepts of profiles, reports, goals and campaigns.





    (For: Editors, Developers)
    (Level: 200)
  • July 01 2009

    A first glance at Sitecore OMS

    Wonder how you can use Sitecore OMS as your normal analytics provider?


    Check out this article, which gives you a first glance at Sitecore OMS formally known as Sitecore Everest, where you will be shown how to use your first standard reports and what information can be shown.

    (For: Editors, Developers)
  • June 26 2009

    How to use snippets

    When you find yourself writing the same piece of html again and again or have some content that you write in the rich text editor that always should look the same but maybe with difference in text, you should consider making a snippet.

    A snippet is a small piece of html that can be pasted into a html field in two clicks of your mouse.
    And by using it you are sure that the html surrounding your text is always the same.

    (For: Editors)
    (Level: 200)