The problem: You have a horizontal list of n number of items that needs to have bullet points between each item. The width of the list needs to be scalable and the first item of the next row should not have a bullet point preceding it.

First of all, I’d like to state that this is for Sitecore 7, it  will not work for earlier versions. Furthermore, this post will cover both how to include a custom field in your index as well as exclude certain content from within that field.

I was wondering what the difference is, internally, between LINQ (query syntax) and Lambda Expressions (method syntax) and are there any performance difference? So I decided to create the same queries in both query syntax and method syntax. Then, I examine the compiled code.

Recently I started developing on a project that uses MVC in a multi-site environment.  Since MVC is still fairly new to Sitecore there are a few details for us developers to experience and work out.

In the past I have had many clients bring up the question of "Why should we put our highly functional site in Sitecore?"  As in the content of the site involves forms, developed conditional logic, and third part tools and services to make up the majority of what is displayed.  At face value Sitecore is a CMS with a lot of use for a site that is heavy content.  However the tools that Sitecore provides can still be of great value for a functional site.