Integrating the robots.txt on sitecore is not so difficult. In this post, I will explain how you can implement the robots.txt on Sitecore.
Sitecore create a ticket for each user when login onto the CMS. This ticket entry is stored in the Properties table of the Core database.
When searching the Sitecore MarketPlace, you will be provided with a list of results. In order to enter the Module Room, you will need to click on the Hyperlink as shown below:
Sitecore has the functionality of allowing publish restrictions on items. By using the publish restrictions, you can prevent an item or its versions to be published on the desired database. For example, restriction is set on Item A to prevent it from being published on the Web Database
During all projects, there are different environments that have to be setup and different users working on each environments.
Having loads of records in the Event Queue table is normal if you have lots of Sitecore items. However, in order to gain into performance, you can cleanup your Event Queue. In this post, I will describe to you the 2 methods that can be used to cleanup the Event Queue table.
When performing publishing on sitecore, there is no statistics that enables the user to know how many items are going to be processed. In this post, I will be explaining how to get the number of items that needs to be processed when using Incremental Publish.