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- Click the module title
- Click Open Item or Open Current Attempt when revisiting modules (modules will not be available until the preceding module is completed)
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Students MUST have a Sitecore License including xDB to complete this course. Students should use their partner or customer companies' Sitecore Licenses. If students are not working for a Sitecore customer or partner, please contact Sitecore Sales to learn about license pricing. If students have purchased the Sitecore Solution Developer Classroom Course or eLearning, and they do not have access to a Sitecore License through a partner or customer, they may be eligible for a one-month temporary student license. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to request the temporary student license AFTER purchasing the Sitecore Solution Developer Classroom Course or eLearning.
In this eLearning, students will learn the basics of Sitecore. They will learn how to create data infrastructure, build editable pages and publish content. During the course, students will build a basic website using the powerful and easy to use Sitecore XP. Students will also build simple MVC components using a text editor with minimal coding. This course gives students a complete overview of the different elements in the process of building a website with Sitecore. This course is a prerequisite for the Sitecore Solution Developer Course.
This is a foundations course for ASP.NET MVC Web Developers with advanced C# skills, Sitecore Project Managers and other technical team members who are working on a project where Sitecore is used as Content Management System.
Students should have an understanding of the MVC framework.
This course will take approximately three hours to complete. Students may start, stop and restart the course as many times as needed.
Sitecore as an Experience Content Management System
- Define an Experience Content Management System
- Describe the features of a WCMS
- State the three foundation pillars of a WCMS
- Describe Sitecore’s architecture
- Use basic Sitecore terminology
- Identify the Sitecore applications and their users
- Define roles that interact with Sitecore
Building the Site’s Data Infrastructure
- Describe the template building blocks
- Name the field types and their purpose
- Give examples of how to use source fields
- Apply template inheritance to new and existing templates
- List what should be considered when applying inheritance to templates
- Describe the purpose of the Standard template
Creating the Site’s Content Structure
- Define a Sitecore item
- Create content items based on templates
- Use the Standard Values to set default values and settings
- Explain the importance of insert options
- Describe different content versioning options in Sitecore
Working with Sitecore Publishing
- Use the publishing feature
- Describe publishing options
- Set publishing restrictions
- Describe the purpose of the Core, Master and the Web database
- Describe a publishing target
Creating and Applying Presentation
- Explain the difference between inline-editable and non-editable field types
- Create and apply presentation to a Sitecore item or Standard Values
- Describe presentation details and their related definition items
- Identify components in an HTML template
- Use placeholders to dynamically bind components
- Set up a control or component to target an item that is not the context item
This course provides a full Setup Guide. Students must follow all of the steps in the guide prior to starting the eLearning. An internet connection is needed to run the course and speakers are needed to hear the audio. Recommended browsers to run this course: Internet Explorer or Edge.
Students have four months of access to the content in this eLearning. Modules must be completed in their sequenced order. For example, a student will not have access to module 2 until he/she has completed module 1. Students may start and stop modules as often as they like.
This course is in U.S. English.
Sitecore does not offer support to students to help them understand the content of the eLearning or complete labs. Students may get help from Sitecore Experts, other students, and the Sitecore Community by posting questions or help requests to the forums in the Support Portal. The Support Portal also includes tutorials for using the eLearning platform as well as FAQ's.
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