Posts tagged with "Sitecore"
On Tuesday, we wrapped up Elizabethtown's Sitecore project with another successful site launch ! The ECTC project team, led by Bernie Davenport, did a great job throughout the course of the project, making the launch smooth and trouble-free. We're extremely proud of the great work …[read more]
While I was trouble-shooting an issue today, I ran across a nifty feature in the Sitecore Content Editor. If you right-click in the far-left panel of the Content Editor (to the left of the content tree), you'll see a contextual menu appear that allows you to toggle the visibility of icons …[read more]
Last week, several of us from System Office Web Services had the pleasure of meeting with the project team at Hazard Community and Technical College to officially kickoff their Sitecore implementation. Led by HCTC's president, Dr. Gobin, and project lead, Donna Roark, the Hazard project …[read more]
We're happy to announce that Owensboro's new site-- http://owensboro.kctcs.edu --is live! As with others, Owensboro's launch went very smoothly. This is a testament to the great job that their project team--led by Jim Hartz--did throughout the implementation process. The new …[read more]
Just a few days ago, we launched a brand new site for Big Sandy Community and Technical College, bringing our total Sitecore site implementation total to 7! Big Sandy's project team--led by Jay Thacker--did an outstanding job of developing content for the new site, and it shows. The …[read more]
A couple months ago, I posted about one of the great features that Sitecore brings to content managment on our public-facing web sites-- content workflows . This week, I'd like to take a few lines to describe the idea of reusable content. First the context: Across our web sites--especially sites …[read more]