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The error is related to the IIS settings, Sitecore installation gave only https binding on website and not the http binding and the url in the question is trying to access the file on http.


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You need to edit the item that represents your field - you will find those items in the tree underneath the template. To change the title shown in the editor, fill in the Title field To show a description next to the title, fill in the Short description field If you need a translated "name" in your code, you need to use the display name as the ...


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I believe the problem is caused by the fact that according to XHTML standard you can't put <div> inside <a>. According to Html5 standard, block level elements like <div> are allowed in <a> tags. But most probably RTE still works based on older standards. Solution? Maybe replace <div> element with <span class="div"&...


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We also faced the same issues but unfortunately isn't much we can do. Here is some further explanation from what I heard from Azure Support yesterday. There are two types of updates that occur App service specific updates These updates are to allow for bug fixes, security patching, enabling new functionality, and they are deployed regionally in batches, ...


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we faced the same issues. During an azure platform upgrade, a new app service instance is created, added to the pool, while the old instances are removed. THese instances are not warm, so there is a period where traffic will land, but will not get response, as Sitecore is still initializing. an option is to add application initialization to your web.config, ...


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