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Over 700 Tridion blog articles in one place and updated daily !!! With so much information scattered on the web these days, it is hard to keep up. We have done all the hard work and collected all of them on TridionArchitect.com.You will not find articles on cats and dogs or what someone did on their vacation. These articles are strictly related to the SDL Tridion Web CMS. If you would like your Tridion blog to be included, please drop us a note at blogs@tridionarchitect.com and we will begin driving traffic to your blog.

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Pushing the limits on Template Builder’s estimates

 
­­­Lately Ive been working with a client using Tridion in an interesting way. This client manages websites for hundreds of customers, each site being virtually identical. Of course, information such as the customer name, contact info and store hours...

Posted on:2/17/2015

Blogger:      Tridion Developer

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Tridion User Expectations for the HTML Design (and beer metaphors)

 
Im wrapping up my most recent visit to the Amsterdam office. One of my colleagues had a prompt from a client on what to request from the creative agency in terms of the markup....

Posted on:2/12/2015

Blogger:      Alvin Reyes

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Extending Your SDL Community Reach with Some QueryString Parameters

 
The SDL Community site is up, but only 25 of my posts were displaying.
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Posted on:2/9/2015

Blogger:      Alvin Reyes

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Using Zip files to publish hundreds of images at publish time

 
Sometimes you have a requirement to publish hundreds of images from Tridion as part of a page publish, my requirements were for a tool called Krpano http://krpano.com/ which generated a folder full of images...

Posted on:2/9/2015

Blogger:      Tridion Ted

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Event system deploy script

 
Developing event system modules is all in a days work for a Tridion professional. Deploying your modules is simple enough, but can get quite tedious. You need to shut down services, stop IIS, copy some DLLs to the Tridion bin folder, install...

Posted on:2/5/2015

Blogger:      Trivident

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There is Always a User

 
Recently I posted about approving SDL Tridion community winners. One of the points that came up was what counts as Tridion today?...

Posted on:2/4/2015

Blogger:      Alvin Reyes

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DD4T Component Template Metadata

 

Did you know that DD4T metadata for component templates support more than just the view name? You can also provide a controller and an action. This allows for some powerful new options.

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Posted on:2/3/2015

Blogger:      Thijs Borst

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DD4T: Configuring multiple environments

 

When deploying a .NET application on multiple environments you have to deal with multiple configuration settings for each server. This can be fixed by creating multiple packages, publishing from Tridion or creating parameter files.

Posted on:2/3/2015

Blogger:      Thijs Borst

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What the **** is the DXA / DEA?

 
No its nothing to do with drugs, or the human genome, or even X-rays (in the context of Tridion at least) – its the marketing lingo for the SDL Tridion Reference Implementation (STRI or TRI) – The Digital Experience Accelerator...

Posted on:1/30/2015

Blogger:      Tridion Developer

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STRI, DXA, Jumpstart, TBD Bootcamp

 
One of my earliest SDL bootcamps was for SiteEdit User Interface Update for SDL Tridion 2011 Experience Manager. ...

Posted on:1/23/2015

Blogger:      Alvin Reyes

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