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Banner image for A New Security Exploit Is Making Its Rounds via and Must Be Removed Immediately article

The domain, which used to be the source for a library that helps resolve inconsistencies across different browsers, has been purchased by the Chinese company Funnull in February 2024, and is now using it to inject malware into well over 100,000 websites around the world.

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It's safe to say the one thing on almost everyone's mind lately is, how do we get our websites modernized so they remain under support, and even better, headless and in the cloud. Like many of you, I recently drew up the roadmap for such an effort for a bunch of supported clients. In one project, I'll be upgrading my company's v9.1 managed cloud multisite instance to XM Cloud-based v10.x. When the words “full rewrite” hit our stakeholders, the request was to break this down into digestible chunks, so it could be dispersed across a couple budget cycles.

So here we are. This is the first installment in my series called, “The Road to Headless”.

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Banner image for A System's Default Regional Iso Code and the Trouble of Parsing Different Date Formats article

I recently migrated a project to a new environment, only to find that rendering a date field was inconsistently working. Not Sitecore's fault, but I've never seen this before, and I know as a seasoned developer I should have all (ok most) of the answers. It's a good catch and I wanted to share.

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Banner image for Sitecore Broken Links Are Not 404, and You Should Be Checking for This Setting Before Going Live article

You know the deal. Before going live, you check for all use cases in your site, including 404 URLs. You'd assume broken links will route a User to said 404 pages, but you'd be wrong, and the result won't be what your content team is looking for.

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Banner image for Spring Into Sitecore Was a Real Thing! article

I know, the people in this stock photo are not developers. We're introverted folk who tend to think more about bits and bytes than smiling. But it happened, and I'm proud to have hosted this Sitecore User Group at MNP Digital's Ottawa office, and it'll be the first of many!

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