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The hreflang attribute (commonly referred to as rel=”alternate” hreflang=”x”) helps search engines understand which language you are using on a specific page, so that they can serve the correct language or regional URL in search results. This article outlines the importance of this tag especially if you have multilingual websites…


Recently, there was a question in Sitecore Stack Exchange asking whether we can prevent users from editing renderings under shared layout. The requirement was that the users should be able to see the shared layout rendering list but should not be able to perform edits like add or remove renderings.

This article outlines the research and steps I have taken in order to handle it…


In one of my recent articles Sitecore HTML Cache and How it works in MVC solutions?, we have discussed how output caches work in Sitecore MVC solutions. This article outlines the different options using which we can define output cache settings...


Setting the correct input type on HTML5 input elements promotes a better mobile UX and improves user experience. Read on to see what happens when you let your form inputs default to a type of "text".


When you use alternate elements as buttons you forfeit a lot of built in functionality which you then have to replicate with custom code. This custom code can add a lot of time to a project and should be avoided whenever possible. There are many reasons to use <button> elements rather than styling a non button element to look like a button. Out of all of the reasons, the following three reasons resonate with me the most.


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