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Documentation

13 Nov Documenting Template Builds

Oh, documentation: The first thing that gets cut when timelines shorten, the last things developers want to write, and the first thing we need when picking up a new project or joining a new team.   There are always extremes. The minimalist says, "The code IS the...

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site speed

01 Nov Improve Site Speed

SERVER SIDE I attended the Saxotech Conference in 2012 and went to a workshop called Effective Template Design. My goal for attending this conference was to find a way to speed up my client's sites. Their code had been written by another developer and my goal...

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testing after system upgrade

26 Sep Testing After a System Upgrade

NEWSCYCLE Digital/Saxotech has informed you that you are scheduled for their newest upgrade. From our experience the process usually allows for testing the upgrade in the dev and stage environment before it is pushed live. If you were like me, you would check out your...

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newslist VS contentlist

20 Aug More than TaxonomyWords

We have all done it. Ok, maybe not all of us, but I have done it… yesterday. Start with a pbs:newslist tag only to find that you need a variable that doesn't exist in news.pbo (in my case, <%TotalCount%>). The solution for this, would be...

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