Wednesday, July 4, 2018

Track calls to a phone number

Sample HTML File

Hello world

phone no


Wednesday, November 18, 2015

Sitecore "Site" Configuration


main properties describe bellow. 

name = name of the site. define using "sc_site" query sting parameter.
  • if "sc_site" present sitecore check site with same name in "Sites" section, if not found error occur.
  • if  "sc_site" Not present sitecore mach host name and virtualFolder
 hostName  = host name of the incoming url.can use wilcords as well (ex., *, *.net, pda.*, print.*.net)
  • if host name is not set, sitecore will match  all host names define in host file.
virtualFolder = this value is added after hostname to define unique site.incoming url must match the hostName and vartualFolder both.

startItem = path of the start item of the site
  • All relative URL path relative to start item
database - which data base contain rendering  items

rootPath - path to root item of the site

you can find more information in flowing url s

Sunday, September 6, 2015

Sitecore Task Scheduler

  • Define Command Item and Schedule item c# class
  • Schedule template Schedule field

Flowing image describe how we can arrange the schedule filed

  • manually  run scheduled task "Scheduled task utils"

refer flowing blog for more information for more information

Thursday, April 30, 2015

Set up Web Forms for Marketers Module

  • fist need to find the appropriate WFFM module. refer
  • refer bellow image to see appropriate WFFM module.

  • Go to sitecore desktop and install wffm  package. 
  • Installation wizard will copy wffm database to \Data.
  • Need to attached those dbs into sql sever.
  • Those databases use to  save forms submitted data.
  • Modify the connection string in \app_config\include\forms.config.

  • Above image show WFFM sample form. new form should inherited form  /sitecore/templates/Web Forms for Marketers/Form
  • Use Form designer to design the form. 
  • Use Form Reports to see the data base data.

Thursday, March 8, 2012 File Uploader Unknown Server error: Resolved

In file uploder(synchronous ,asynchronous) we normally set the

<httpRuntime executionTimeout="600" maxRequestLength="512000">

maxRequestLength = my max file size (KB)
but When I upload the file bigger than 30 MB then I got flowing error

reason is IIS 7.5 by default not allow uploading file bigger than 30MB .
so you have to override the flowing IIS setting in <system.webServer  section

        <requestLimits maxAllowedContentLength="524288000" />

524288000 ==my max file size. (KB)

Entity Framwork - Insert Object


Imports System.Data.Objects

 1)Dim context As New Entities
 2)Dim educationName As String = "English"
 3)Dim insertingObject As Education =
 4)context.Educations.FirstOrDefault(Function(c) c.EducationName = educationName)

 5) If insertingObject Is Nothing Then
 6)   Dim newEducation As New Education
 7)   newEducation.EducationName = "English"

 8)   newEducation.EducationDescription ="English Decription"        
 9)   context.Educations.AddObject(newEducation)
10)   Dim result = context.SaveChanges()
    End If

let see what abve code

Let’s say you want to insert new education into education table
Fist create object form current context
3,4 check the inserting object already exists  if not insert the object to Educations collections.
context.SaveChanges() means save modification to the data base permanently
Result >0 means no error successfully inserted.


using System.Data.Objects

string educationName = "English";
Entities context = new Entities();

Education insertingObject = context.Educations.FirstOrDefault(c => c.EducationName == educationName);

if (insertingObject == null) {
 Education newEducation = new Education();
 newEducation.EducationName = "English";
 newEducation.EducationDescription = "English Decription";
 dynamic result = context.SaveChanges();

Sort List

Sort the list (T) according to the value in (T)

Dim mygrdeList As List(Of MyGrade) = item.Value    ' assing the value to list
                mygrdeList.Sort(Function(x, y) String.Compare(x.GradeModule, y.GradeModule))

 This article is about the type of website. For other uses, see Wiki (disambiguation).
Ward Cunningham, the developer of the first wiki software, WikiWikiWeb
A wiki (Listeni/ˈwɪki/ WIK-ee) is a website whose users can add, modify, or delete its content via a web browser using a simplified markup language or a rich-text editor.[1][2][3] Wikis are typically powered by wiki software and are often created collaboratively by multiple users. Examples include community websites, corporate intranets, knowledge management systems, and notetaking.
Wikis may serve many different purposes. Some permit control over different functions (levels of access). For example, editing rights may permit changing, adding or removing material. Others may permit access without enforcing access control. Other rules may also be imposed for organizing content.
Ward Cunningham, the developer of the first wiki software, WikiWikiWeb, originally described it as "the simplest online database that could possibly work."[4] "Wiki" (pronounced [ˈwiti] or [ˈviti]) is a Hawaiian word meaning "fast" or "quick".[5]