Eureka, the missing link!
I am pretty sure this question has been around for quite some time (even by myself), however I have never gotten a correct answer or seen a working example before. Until now!
How do you pass a variable from a Page Template, or Component Template, to another Component Template (using compound templating).
This post by Will Price seems to be the solution! I have yet to try it, but why would it not work, right? Thanks for posting!
A good example about the implementation of responsive webdesign can be found on www.sdltridionworld.com. Frank van Puffelen shows in this article in a lot of detail all the steps and actions he has taken to make the SDL Tridionworld website scale on different devices. A great example to use when customers want to know more about Tridion and responsive webdesign
A good to remember order of how Tridion deals with component linking. (hence the image of a knot in a finger). I didn’t really know this particular order either, so remember it!
After Robert Curlette created his 10 reasons to upgrade from Tridion 2009 to Tridion 2011 he has now created the upgrade in ten easy steps post!
The steps he used are as follow:
1. Read the install manual and upgrade manual.
2. Upgrade the Database
3. Upgrade the CMS
4. Test the CMS
5. Installing the Broker and Deployer
6. Test the Deployer
7. Test the Broker
8. Custom Pages and GUI Customizations
9. Event System
Check out his blog for more details!
Personally I haven’t done a lot of workflow, but Mihai Cadariu has created his own workflow framework called: YAWF (Yet Another Workflow Framework).
He has posted some examples of his solutions and code on his blog:
There are some great examples and explanations in there. I know who I am calling when I have a workflow issue ;-)
This time a Razor Templating blog entry from someone else than it’s maker ;-) Robert Curlette has clearly spent some quality time with the Razor Mediator and created this nice tutorial like post about him using the Razor Mediator.
He write down his top-10 of benefits:
Monica Manzano adds some extra information that may clarify a couple of concepts around the methods that have to be implemented depending on the storage extension need.
Most importantly though, read the manuals carefully before playing around with this!