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In the last article I introduced the Sitecore Auto Dictionary Module, explaining the benefits of using it over the out of the box Dictionary. Today I'll talk to those who are interested in the technical approach to this feature, covering the configuration and use of pipelines it employs.

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I'm excited to release this module, because it has the power to save your team a great deal of development time. By using this in our last Sitecore project I saw a reduction in 220 hours of overall effort, which besides the cost savings incentive, gave us a big win by making things easier for the developers and content team. Introducing, the Sitecore Auto Dictionary!

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Banner image for The Publish Page URL Module for Sitecore Now Offers Media Library Support! article

About a year ago I released the Published Page URL module, which shows authors the actual public URL for pages - something that Sitecore doesn't do. Well, now it supports media library items, allowing you to get the final URL for PDFs, Documents, etc. in multisite, multilingual environments.

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Banner image for Who Published That? When? Use My Publish History Module to Always Be In the Know! article

One of our clients asked me last week if I could find out when a specific page was published. This action gets recorded into the logs so you can always check there, but it's only retained for a few days. My Publish History module stores a permanent record on each item for when something was published, and by who.

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Banner image for Siteimprove Errors Generated by Removing the Default Sitecore Home Item article

Part of a Sitecore multisite implementation is defining a more sophisticated Information Architecture and removing out of the box content would be a logical step in this process to clean things up. No issues were seen or logged when /sitecore/content/Home was deleted, but Siteimprove had some issues and generated SiteImprovePush errors once the module was installed.

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