I still remember in the old days how much effort you would have to put into giving different Tridion environments different colors. Not anymore in Tridion 2011! For those of you with a Tridion account, you can find the how-to on the Tridion LIve Documentation website: Skinning the Content Manager Explorer
Robert Curlette found one more missing style thing in his article.
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!
A nice post by Chris Morgan about how to add filtering (Prioritization) to your publish queue. This only applies to implementations with at least two publishers.
Worth the read, and definitely worth looking into your implementations where you can add some prioritization to certain “important” publications. Instead of throwing all the publish items into a single pool of resources!
After Will Price his posts about Schema design Alvin Reyes continues on the schema design and adds his advice on how to deal with embedded schema, repeating fields, and the resulting design flexibility from using them together.
Very nice explanation by Mihai Cadariu about what tridion does during Tridion depending on the configuration settings (And code language used), such as: