Sitecore Security and Workflow Mastery Part II

The Best Recipe for Roles

Because Sitecore security is a single system that is used to cover many bases, and because it is evaluated based on user activity, it is very easy to paint yourself into a corner. It is easy to end up with users who have insufficient privileges to perform a new activity, or worse, users who are elevated to admin because it’s “the only way” they can have sufficient rights to do their job. Both of these conditions are preventable through careful security role design.

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Sitecore Security and Workflow Mastery Part I

Sitecore Security is like an onion. It has layers.

CMS security can be a complex topic, but is critical to understand when you have a rich governance model that includes multiple departments, levels of approval, translation requirements, and shared content needs. This blog series will cover the important concepts that have to be adhered to when creating your Sitecore security model to ensure content authors only have access to the features, content, and approval steps appropriate to their role in the organization.

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Sitecore Page Performance Part 5: Critical Assets


Developers should be familiar with the concept of “Semantic HTML.” It’s a practice where HTML markup is used only to describe and organize content with the display details applied independently through discrete files. This separation of concerns helps address search engine optimization needs as well as screen reader support, and ultimately both “responsive” and “adaptive” design. The concept has deep roots in XML, where the markup is nothing but the data, and it’s up to the interpreting system to display it.

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