Acquired by BloomReach in late 2016, Hippo exists today as an open-sourced CMS over at onehippo.org. The community site over at onehippo is a great landing area for tutorials, documentation, and an active forum for discussions. Hippo can be seen as a viable open-source option for those shopping for choices; boasting a lasting and continuing development path, being java based, living now as an open-sourced...
Rallying the Troops: Getting Your Team Ready for WebCenter Sites
Making the decision to migrate your platform over to WebCenter Sites is a big decision. It takes a great deal of research, planning, and time to ensure a smooth transition. Often times Web Experience Management teams, like ours at Function1, are brought in during these transition times to provide the expertise, experience, and skill necessary to customize the platform to the organization's needs. As the project nears the point of hand-off, clients are faced with a new challenge: Utilizing and Managing WCS on their own.
Like being tossed the keys to your first car after passing your...
How to create a custom left navigation pane in WebCenter Sites Contributor UI (126.96.36.199)
In this blog, I would like to show how to create a custom left navigation pane in contributor UI for 11g. As the name suggests, navigation panes are used to show trees or navigation hierarchy for assets within a site.
To create a new navigation pane, we will, first need to extend the LeftNaviagtionConfig element. This element can be found here:
Copy content of this element into a new CSElement. For this example, create the following element.
CustomElements/<your site name>/...
Managing AngularJS Content within Oracle WebCenter Sites
There are a multitude of reasons organizations will turn to a content management system, but the underlying goal is the same across the board: Managing your content in an organized way. The examples that first come to mind include managing assets such as page titles, articles, images, but what happens when a more complex asset is introduced like an AngularJS widget?
A Tale of Two Cities:
With WebCenter Sites you don’t have to give up control of the contents of your organization’s widgets. Out of the box WebCenter Sites does not natively support...