Modern website development has a trend for using fixed position components. When developing the Front-End for this type of component in Sitecore you need to think about how these components will work in the different Page Modes.
In this blog post I’ll take you through the journey and the challenges that I had to overcome.
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Sitecore has some excellent features which Front-End developers could benefit from using in a project. One feature that stands out to me as a Front-End Developer is Compatible Renderings. This simple to set-up feature really improves Content Editor’s experience in the Experience (Page) Editor allowing flexible page designs in a matter of minutes.
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If you’re a frontend developer new to Sitecore you may not know that Sitecore has a series of page modes which provide different functionality to the content editor. These page modes are Design, Preview and most importantly Experience Editor (previously known as Page Editor).
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