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Adding New Content Using Tridion Experience Manager

The simplest way to implement Experience Manager is to just configure the existing Pages and Component Presentations to be editable inline. I’ll go into the technical details in the next blog post, but this is pretty straightforward and takes very little thought or planning. However, to allow your…
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What is XPM Session Preview?

I’ve recently been working with a client on a project to implement Experience Manager on their existing Tridion managed website. The detailed requirements for the sprint story covered getting Experience Manager fully working on their Tridion Sites 8.5 implementation - including Session Preview. ‘No…
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What exactly is Tridion Experience Manager (XPM)?

In this post in the series I’m going to hopefully answer the question of ‘What is Experience Manager?’. From a high-level perspective, Experience Manager is the in-context** WYSIWYG editor for SDL Tridion managed sites. Rather than using the more traditional forms and fields based approach provided…
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Tridion Experience Manager (XPM) Blog Post Series

I’ve recently worked on a project with a client where the Development team were tasked with implementing Experience Manager (a.k.a. XPM) as part of the Phase 2 requirements. Let me start by saying that I agree 100% with Will Price on this one, that if possible Experience Manager should be…
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Upgrading from SDL DXA 1.7 to 2.0 CTP 2

To explore how easy (or otherwise) moving to the new version of SDL DXA will be once it is production ready, I decided to perform a basic upgrade. In this post, I’ll take an out of the box SDL DXA 1.7 install and upgrade it to SDL DXA 2.0 CTP 2 (using the model service,) and find out what’s involved…
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