This article was peer reviewed by Dan Prince and Chris Perry. The main benefits of not using a library for your slideshow are that your page performs better — due to less code — and you can use the slideshow anywhere without worrying about loading any extra files.
This is a two part post about a strategy to make life easy for content editors and in general, have them like you.
Sitecore Page Editor has come a long way since its original inception, and it keeps getting more robust and easier to use. As Sitecore implementors, we provide a lot of training after a site launches, but depending on the complexity of the site, sometimes users still have questions about specific modules.
And as with any user interface goes, the easier it is to use it, the more people will use it. As developers and designers, this is a very important part of making a successful product.
Helping the user by creating templates with standard values It is generally a good practice to make modular renderings, meaning that each module should be self-standing, with its own datasource, so content can be changed easily.
One of the things we know we can do to achieve this is by making granular sublayouts, and then be able to use the same sublayout for multiple renderings via the usage of the datasource property of renderings. This is great, but sometimes it could get a little complicated for users to add a module, then set the associated content, and then add additional items that all require associated content.
This can get even more complicated if we are talking about a tabs module or a slideshow module. Rather than train and write documentation on each and every module which then the user would need to refer to, we decided to incorporate instructions for each module with the module itself, sort of like a wizard, explaining what to do to at each step to complete wiring up a module.
In order to do this, the first thing we have to do is figure out what the steps are. The steps where the instructions need to go to are: Once the item is created, instruct how to add associated content i. Once the associated content is set, how to enter module specific content.
This module is a simple teaser module, which allows the user to place a teaser image on the page. Once the item is created, all the modules on the item that were there via the standard values are shown with no datasource, which is when the first set of instructions show: It states exactly what the user has to do to wire up the module with the datasource.
The user has a choice to enter new content, or choose an existing content — in the case of the teaser module, the job is almost complete — an existing item will render the image right away: A More Complicated Example: A Download Grid Sublayout The teaser module was a simple one, so lets look at one that is slightly more complicated, that requires the user to enter a number of different items.
We have a download grid module, which basically takes an download grid item, and shows all the items below it that are download items and shows it in a grid. This module requires the user to set associated content to a item which is the main download grid item, and then its children will be the items for that grid.
We can have multiple download grids per page, which is why it is setup this way. As best practices would dictate, we decided to include it in Standard values.
So the very first thing you see on the page is the instructions for when there is no associated content. It instructs the user exactly how to create the associated content, which is the same screen they would get when they place a new module on the page. It also shows what you have to click to get the toolbar to set the associated content: Once the associated content has been created, it then needs all the items to create the grid.
The module detects that even though there is associated content, there is still no items as children that can be shown or to create the grid. This shows how to create content for children of the download grid: Once a few download items have been added, the module now detects that there are some items for the grid, so it now shows how to edit the items that are shown.
This is just an example of one of many approaches to make it easier for content editors to do their work. In Part 2, we will dig into the code that allows us to do this, and how the templates and items are all set up for this to work.I'm new to Dreamweaver 8.
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