So, there’s a thing in Tridion that you can’t do: Copy and Paste components across publications. And it’s kind of annoying. Especially if, say, you accidentally created 50 components in the wrong publication. Now what do you do? Well, what I do is come up with a bookmarklet, to make it like it never happened.
Sometimes, you might have Comcast internet. And sometimes the service speeds are less than stellar. And sometimes, you might get annoyed, and tweet about it. And sometimes… just sometimes, someone might call call you.
I’ve recently had a bout of philosophy that I can’t quite shake. I like philosophy a lot, and I think we’re all philosophers. I think I picked up that idea in my Ayn Rand phase, where she said, As a human being, you have no choice about the fact that you need a philosophy. Your
Tridion’s Experience Manager (XPM) has been a hot topic at Tahzoo recently. Piti Itharat, Shawn Webber, and I have all been talking about some of the “gotchas” we’ve experienced in the front-end of XPM implementations. Especially after a few front-end folks started asking for tips on how to be XPM-minded when writing HTML and CSS,
Today was a rough day. I’ve got a new Tridion implementation that I’m working with, and I was feeling a little defeated by DD4T. It’s no beef on the framework, it’s just a lot to wrap my head around. So I decided to do something that I thought should be an easy win: Create a
We’re trying to make the DS4T project better. In order to make it better, we need to ask some questions. And what better way to do that than to create a survey for you. Please, take five minutes of your time, and answer this short survey.