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Roundedcube Develops New Website for Bistro Collection
May 08, 2013 - Roundedcube, a digital agency specializing in web strategy, design and development, recently completed the development of a new brand website for Sara Lee Foodservice’s Bistro Collection.
Marco Tana Renamed Sitecore MVP for 2013
Apr 26, 2013 - Marco Tana, President and CEO of Roundedcube Inc., has been re-nominated as a Sitecore Most Valuable Professional (MVP) for 2013. Originally becoming an MVP in 2010, Tana has continued to be an active Sitecore community member, sharing his knowledge and expertise of the Sitecore content management system with many.
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Why You Should Include DMS in Your Web Strategy from the Start
When the original Online Marketing Suite (OMS) first came out, it was an evolutionary release that took Sitecore CMS to a new level of content-centric visibility. First and foremost, it allowed users to see analytics data on content items that a typical Web analytics like Google or Omniture cannot readily provide. As a standard, we use both types to give the marketer a full view of how the site is performing.
Sitecore Tidbits: Link Provider/Resolver and Placeholder/Settings
Link Provider and Resolver go hand in hand. If you create one, you need to create the other. Sitecore comes with a default provider that gives you a nice, SEO-friendly URL. The Resolver reads those same URLs and translates them to find the content item in the CMS. When Item Buckets came along (which is now standard in Sitecore 7), they used a provider that may have been used for news items. Because bucket items, by default, are stored based on the date/time they were created (it creates a hierarchy of folders from year all the way down to seconds), the default provider within Sitecore will show you those date-based folders. So, to make the URL a bit friendlier, item buckets used the news link provider that essentially removes the date-based folders. The Resolver, on the other hand, finds the appropriate item by traversing the date-based folders