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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 Sitecore's Path Analyzer feature, covering configuration, customization, use, troubleshooting, etc.
For questions about Sitecore's tree list field type, including use, source setting, customization and extension
All the questions related to Item Web APIs directly or indirectly related to Sitecore.
the Sitecore commerce API for storefront developers and is an integration layer between a front-end webshop solution and a back-end external commerce system.
For questions related to the use of AJAX that are specific to Sitecore (i.e. not general AJAX questions that would be better suited for StackOverflow)
Anything related to cascading style sheets (CSS) as they specifically relate to Sitecore, official Sitecore modules, CSS file storage in and serving from the Media Library, and beyond. This tag is not…
Sitecore Most Valuable Professional (MVP) Awards recognize individuals with a passion for sharing their knowledge and expertise through active participation in online and offline Sitecore communities
Questions relating to the Razor syntax used in ASP.NET MVC and ASP.NET Web Pages.
For questions related to Sitecore Support, including questions about process, Support DLLs, etc. This tag should not be used for questions requesting "support" from the community to answer the questio…
For questions related to Sitecore's analytics data aggregation process, specifically relating to the architecture, pipelines, functionality, etc.
Question about the creation of Sitecore packages with the Package Designer
All the question related to generating Sitemap for Sitecore website or the Sitemap module.
For questions related to Sitecore's marketing definitions, including their configuration, use and functionality, deployment, troubleshooting, and beyond.
For questions related to Sitecore's Processing which refers to the analysis of collected data, and is performed by Processing servers. This activities include interaction aggregation, contact processi…
OWIN (Open Web Interface for .Net) defines a standard interface between .NET web servers and web applications. The goal of the OWIN interface is to decouple server and application. Any question around…
For questions related to the Launchpad. Includes custom tiles, buttons, etc.
Questions about the product documentation that helps you understand Sitecore.
All the question related to Infrastructure very specific for Sitecore can be tagged.
All the questions related to Sitecore Marketplace website.
For questions related to Sitecore's dictionaries, including questions about configuration, implementation, use and beyond.
For questions related to Sitecore commands, including the configuration, implementation, use and troubleshooting of both native and custom commands
Only for questions related to the Sitecore side of integrations between Sitecore and other instances, systems, vendors, tools, etc.
For questions specifically related to continuous integration (CI) with the Sitecore platform. This tag should not be used for general CI questions that are not specific to Sitecore.
Questions relating to doing jobs automatically. Includes the use of scripts and tools which can perform tasks without user interaction.
Inheritance allows the overlapping fields to be moved into separate data templates that can be used by any data template that needs the fields. All questions related to Sitecore Template Inheritance s…
For questions specifically related to Sitecore's implementation with and use of log4net. This tag should not be used for general log4net questions that are not specific to Sitecore.
For questions related to Sitecore publishing targets, including setup and configuration, architecture, issues, use-cases, etc.