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I’m sorry, but you have a case of… WordPress

Have you ever found out you owned a website you never knew about? Do you regularly get emails with “comments” about certain types of enhancement and EXPERT SEO SERVICES!!!? Does your ITSec know the website you’re calling about before you tell them it’s compromised? If so, you may have a case of WordPress. WordPress is […]

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Attack of the AEM Link Checker!!

Nearly every user of Adobe Experience Manager underestimates the AEM Link Checker. Most people think of the AEM Link Checker as that annoying feature that incorrectly strips links in AEM. But, it can do far more. Not only will the AEM Link Checker remove links and incorrectly flag links as broken, but it can also […]

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Perficient Digital Wins Gold dotCOMM Award for Cyber Security Site

Perficient Digital prides itself on producing exceptional work that transforms clients’ digital platforms. Together with a leading cybersecurity company, Symantec, we worked on the design and development of Support.Symantec.com which earned a gold dotCOMM award. Our submission included in-depth content and design strategy, along with consultation from our artificial intelligence (AI) team.  As Symantec’s award-winning […]

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Where’s the Workflow??

Workflows are some of the most powerful tools in the toolbox of any AEM developer, however, due to some questionable UI choices in the TouchUI, they are somewhat buried. To understand why, let’s take a look at the process for starting a workflow from the AEM Assets console: Image credit Ahmed Musallam   Which of […]

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New ACS AEM Commons Contribution: Tag Reports

Tags are one of the most powerful features of Adobe Experience Manager (AEM), using tags content authors and asset managers can create secondary taxonomy associations between content. The challenge with many AEM installations is that tag taxonomies tend to grow over time, especially if ad-hoc tags are enabled. AEM’s Tag Administration console allows Taxonomy Managers […]

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Running a Local SonarQube Server with AEM Rules

SonarQube is undoubtedly one of the top tools for code quality. By default, it has a whole lot of rules that catch common bugs and code smells. It even reports code coverage! In this post, we’ll look at quickly setting up a local instance that devs can use to improve their code quality and we’ll […]

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Migrating AEM Content with Groovy

Migrating content into AEM is nobody’s idea if fun. Creating experiences and authoring content in the powerful AEM authoring experience is great, but identifying, classifying and mapping legacy content? Not so much. AEM’s repository structure contributes to this challenge. AEM, being based on the Java Content Repository (JCR) offers a massively more flexible content taxonomy […]

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SELinux Configuration for AEM Dispatcher

If you are like me, you hate setting up a dispatcher (and revel in the benefits of having someone else do that). One of the common problems I see is SELinux stopping the dispatcher from doing dispatcher things. I’m going to share two easy fixes I’ve found for the two most common ways SELinux becomes […]

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Simple Markdown Documentation For Your AEM Components

Documentation Documentation Documentation. I believe documentation is one of the most important aspects of delivering a product, or in this case, an AEM component. If you aren’t already, you should use the Granite UI widget fieldDescription property to add helpful tooltips to your dialog fields. You can also use the Granite Alert Widget for quick […]

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5 New Features in AEM 6.5

  Now that AEM 6.5 has finally been released at Adobe Summit 2019, we can talk about some of the new features and functions available in the product. Here are 5 new features I’ve already seen in exploring AEM 6.5.   Feature 1: Edit Folder Metadata   I am so excited to see this as a […]

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