Are you using Sitecore Forms? Don’t rely on Robot Detection to be able to filter out Spams. It doesn’t. Use reCaptcha or something similar or you can create custom components. Robot detection will filter about 50%-60% but you will still get a lot of junk emails.
BYTE post 18: Rendering Variant
We use rendering variant so they can be used across many pages and to create consistent look and feel for a site. Also you can configure it for different devices and screen sizes and resolution.
BYTE Post 17: Use Sitecore Forms Extensions for additional features
You should use the Sitecore Forms Extensions for added feature. Like ShowFormPage, RawHTML, HiddenField… and more Here is the link for the Sitecore Forms Extension Check it out.
BYTE Post 16: Insert option
In Sitecore, the “Insert option” allows you to create new items within a particular item or folder. It adds a new child item to the existing parent item. When you select “Insert” from the content editor, you can choose from a list of templates that determine the type of item you want to create, such…
Robot Detection in Sitecore Forms
There are many ways we try to keep us safe from robot and non humans to come to our site and submit forms. Captcha and Robot detection are 2 of the most used ones. Sitecore forms does provide out of the box support for those. You can even get the Sitecore forms extension to get…
Reference: Steps to modify a Sitecore Pipeline
Here are some simple steps for you to remember what to do when you are trying to modify your pipeline in Sitecore. Determine the pipeline you want to modify: Before you start modifying a pipeline, you need to determine which pipeline you want to modify and what you want to achieve with the modification. Create…
BYTE Post 15: Can I publish Core Database
NO. There is no publishing target for Core Database. You can publish Master to Web. In this case Web is the publishing target. Core doesn’t have one. That’s why you can’t publish Core database.
Custom error handling for 5xx errors in Sitecore 9.3
Writing this post since I was trying to find how to handle custom error in Sitecore 9.3 and found too many posts that was confusing since they are trying to modify the Global.asax and trying to handle error that way. It is not the best practice to modify Global.asax the was put by Sitecore. You…
BYTE POST 14 : Azure Search 1000 result limitation with Sitecore
Here is a lesson learned the hard way with Azure search. Once upon a time, there was a Sitecore 7.2 implementation that uses Solr in the backend. Kings and Queens of the land decided to upgrade it to Sitecore 9 and also use Azure PaaS. Awesome, Azure has shinny Azure Search that sounds awesome to…
BYTE Post 13: Content Editor’s Time Zone
If you want your content editor to see certain Time zone values, you need to setup the ServerTimeZone in sitecore.config file. This is specially important if your server is located in a different time zone. For example you are in Azure PaaS and servers are in all over the world. Default value it will show…