A tag is a keyword or label that categorizes your question with other, similar questions. Using the right tags makes it easier for others to find and answer your question.
For questions related to Sitecore application performance, client performance, and other performance-related topics pertaining to Sitecore
Questions related to Sitecore MVC (Model-View-Controller) with the use of forms.
Questions about Sitecore modules: official modules or marketplace modules. Do note that some have their own tags already.
Anything related to dynamic placeholders, which includes the practice of having multiple renderings on a page that includes the same placeholder key, and trying to assign a specific rendering to one s…
Question related to Microsoft Active Directory domain in Azure for Sitecore.
For questions related to Sitecore-specific solution architecture, including content architecture, infrastructure architecture, code architecture, data architecture, planning and SDLC phases, Sitecore-…
Commerce Catalog Management allows highly structured representation of categories, products (or services), and product variants across multiple languages and currencies. All the questions related to t…
A Sitecore component is a single piece of data sourced content that can be added to a Sitecore page. The tag can be used for all questions around this topic.
All questions related to Sitecore URL (item and media URLs) generation, configuration and its uses.
All the questions related to Microsoft Dynamics CRM module integration with Sitecore.
Questions related to all certificates required to install and run Sitecore components including self signed certificates, should use this tag.
For questions related to the architecture, configuration, purpose and functionality of Sitecore access rights
Anything related to the SXA Storefront used to build Sitecore Experience Commerce (SXC) components
For questions regarding Sitecore licensing. Please note that any legal questions or questions that specifically inquire about what is and is not permitted should be addressed directly to Sitecore Sale…
Any question related to Sitecore LayoutServices can make use of this tag
For questions specifically related to the use of MVC controllers with Sitecore. This tag should not be used for general .NET MVC controller questions.
For questions that relate to defining, configuring and/or restrictions permissions of users in the Sitecore client interfaces (Content Editor, Experience Editor, etc.)
For questions related to Sitecore using .NET Webforms. This tag is not meant for general .NET Webforms questions.
For questions related to URL rewriting that specifically pertain to Sitecore, including Sitecore's native URL rewriting logic, customizations, etc. This tag should not be used for general URL rewritin…
Questions about the Sitecore Instance Manager (SIM) - http://dl.sitecore.net/updater/sim/
FakeDb is an open source unit testing framework for Sitecore that enables creation and manipulation of Sitecore content in memory.
Questions related to configuring, managing custom error pages according to status code.
All the questions related to Item Web APIs directly or indirectly related to Sitecore.
Questions on Azure Redis Cache in combination with Sitecore
For questions related to the architecture, maintenance, customization and troubleshooting of Sitecore's Link Database
Questions about Sitecore update packages—installing with Update Installation Wizard and creating with TDS.
For questions related to Sitecore's admin pages, including those native admin pages, found by navigating to /sitecore/admin and its sub-pages, as well as custom admin pages.
For questions related to Sitecore's event queues, including architecture, functionality and use, troubleshooting, etc.
For questions related to Search Engine Optimization (SEO) as it specifically pertains to Sitecore. This tag should not be used for general SEO questions that are not specific to Sitecore.
For questions related to the SXA Scriban templates.
Questions about the Sitecore Content Hub product.
For questions related to the creation of custom or use of default routes in Sitecore, covering routing for MVC and WebAPI, in addition to ReactJS routing, etc.
Index can be defined as, A database or file where information (after being collected, parsed and processed) is stored to allow for quick retrieval. All questions about search indexes including Lucene …
For questions about Sitecore's tree list field type, including use, source setting, customization and extension
Sheer UI, built framework used for creating UI of Sitecore Client. The Sitecore applications, are built using XML Controls.