Sitecore Experience Accelerator: Add Custom Rendering To Toolbox

Sitecore Experience Accelerator, also known as SXA, is the new concept of speeding up website creation. The module allows reuse of components, layouts, and templates across a variety of sites.

By making use of the SXA Toolbox, it will allow you to easily drag and drop predefined renderings on the Experience Editor to build the site.


Most of you will require to implement new renderings that are required to be present in the SXA Toolbox and also you will want to keep the toolbox well structured. So, first of all, go to the following path /sitecore/layout/Renderings/Feature/Experience Accelerator. In this example, I will create a new Rendering Folder called Membership and add a Controller Rendering named Login.


Note: that you need to fill in the different fields like Controller, Controller Action and so on for the rendering to map to the cshtml file.

To add the rendering to the toolbox, open your Tenant Site and navigate to the Presentation Container


The Available Renderings contains all the renderings that are present in the toolbox. Since we have created a new Rendering Folder, to keep the same principle, create a new Available Renderings item and name it as Membership. Then assign the Login rendering as shown below:


If you see your Toolbox now, you will see the new Membership section and in it you need to see the Login rendering as shown below:


If, for example, you created the Login Controller Rendering into the Composites Rendering folder, when assigning the rendering in the Available Renderings, select the Composites item and set the Login in there. This allows for better management of the renderings.



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