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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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A common question I get from new Sitecore Authors, is, “What will this page's URL be? The Sitecore Content Editor provides Item Path, and that can be enough at times, but leaves a lot to be desired. A multilingual implementation for instance will use Display Name and even at times a different domain. To help with this I created the Published Page URL Module, which will provide your content's calculated, final URL in the Content Editor interface.

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Banner image for Creating Content Reports With Sitecore PowerShell article

Advanced System Reporter used to be my go-to module for running content reports, but support for this module ended a while ago and it's time to look for something new. Sitecore PowerShell is a massively powerful tool, used for countless reasons when managing a Sitecore instance. I could write a few dozen posts covering all the possibilities, but today I'm only going to show you show to generate a simple content report.

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