There is a specific implementation of the multi-page forms I saw around where the form is not submitted. Instead, it simply displays a “Thank you” message – without a redirect submit action.Continue reading “When multi-page forms submission are accounted as abandoned”
While preparing a new environment, we started having the following error in the logs:
Continue reading “List operation root item wasn’t found”
ERROR [ListManager]: List operation root item wasn't found
After uploading a HTML email document, you might experience a message saying “The selected page could not be displayed“. Here is a possible cause.Continue reading “EXM error: the ID “mainform” is already used by another control”
Do you want to change the way Sitecore Forms generates ids or any attributes? Then follow through this short post.Continue reading “Sitecore Forms: How to change the id attribute”
I had some clients asking me how to send an e-mail based on a value selected in a field using the Sitecore Forms. Let us say, you have a field named “Topic” and if the visitor selects the option named “Gifts” he gets an email offering a free voucher for a Gift. If this same visitor selects the option “Books”, he gets a totally different email.
In this tutorial, I share how you can achieve this by using EXM, Forms, and Marketing Automation.Continue reading “Tutorial: Send email based on field value using EXM, Forms, and Marketing Automation”
Continuing with my series of blogs describing what each line in the Sitecore logs mean, today I want to talk about Sitecore version, Assemblies, Environment information and Scheduler.
In this post, we are still examining the log file. In future posts, we will explore Client, Crawling, Eds, Exm, Fxm, Search, Publishing, Aggregation and WebDAV logs.Continue reading “Understanding Sitecore logs – Part 3: Sitecore version, assemblies, environment and scheduler”
When you finish upgrading Sitecore from a 8.x to a 9.1 version for example, you might want to restore the upgraded databases into the latest supported SQL Server version according to the Sitecore compatibility table. Once restored, the upgraded databases are still configured to be compatible with the lowest SQL Server version supported, which can decrease the performance of your site.Continue reading “Upgrade finished? Remember to check the Database Compatibility Level in SQL Server”