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  1. Creating Meta Tags

    When you need to add HTML meta tags to a Portal pages head section   The changes need to be made in the base portal. Click on the wrench, which will take you to Settings. Under Portlet Management, click on “Portlets”. Find the web content...

    Written on: Feb 12, 2016    Author: uid=ylee,cn=users,dc=asponte,dc=com uid=ylee,cn=users,dc=asponte,dc=com

  2. WCM Tools Series: Add Site Area Children to Project

    Introduction We ran across a use case where we needed to be able to preview draft changes within a project on the portal pages.  This is typical usage for WCM with projects, however the content that was being displayed on the page was an amalgamation of a...

    Written on: Feb 11, 2016    Author: Chris Knight

    Filed under: tools, jsp, wcm, custom

  3. Site Builder

    What is Site Builder? Site Builder allows an author to create an entire website using a wizard-style interface. Site Builder comes with four default sites, each of which may be customized. For example: You can let Site Builder create a brand new library for...

    Written on: Feb 10, 2016    Author: Bryant Poole

  4. Speech to Text Bluemix Service Integration Demo

    IBM BlueMix offers a variety of services running in the cloud. Today, we're going to demonstrate the IBM Watson Speech-To-Text service transcribing audio we capture in our IBM WebSphere Portal server.   

    Written on: Feb 8, 2016    Author: Philip Cheshire

    Filed under: portal, websockets, speech-to-text, bluemix, integration

  5. Top 6 overlooked things when Securing WebSphere Portal

    When setting up your WebSphere Portal site usually you will want to harden the site to prevent unauthorized access, inadvertent disclosure of protected data, and malicious attacks. 1.  If your site requires authentication you will want to secure at a...

    Written on: Feb 3, 2016    Author: Admin

    Filed under: portal, security, appserver, websphere

  6. WCM Tools Series: Introduction to using custom JSPs

    Introduction   We constantly find ourselves using custom JSPs from within WCM for various reasons: To use the WCM API to allow for custom rendering  to provide functionality that WCM does not out of the box. To use custom JSPs within authoring...

    Written on: Feb 2, 2016    Author: Chris Knight

    Filed under: tool, jsp, wcm, series, custom

  7. Learning the Differences: WCM Tag Availability in 8.0 vs. 8.5

    If you happen to be doing WCM work in different environments, you may have had the misfortune of trying to use tags that work in one, but not another.  WCM has been growing with each new version and fix pack, and if you are working in different versions...

    Written on: Jan 28, 2016    Author: uid=nciafardoni,cn=users,dc=asponte,dc=com uid=nciafardoni,cn=users,dc=asponte,dc=com

    Filed under: ctc, 8.0, tags, 8.5, wcm

  8. Changed to Resource Rendering Type? You will need to Apply Template

    Recently, I was working with content that had a file resource component.  I had forgotten about the Rendering Type option that you can set on the Authoring Template.  I left it on the default rendering type of 'Content'.   I created some...

    Written on: Jan 28, 2016    Author: Maria Rauba

  9. Dissecting a Watson Explorer REST API Response

    Written on: Jan 22, 2016    Author: Philip Cheshire

    Filed under: portal, rest, api, explorer, watson, wcm

  10. WCM Custom Rendering Plugins Series: StringReplace

    Introduction A use case that you may run across is the need to manipulate Strings from WCM component design.  You can always do this with JavaScript of course, but sometimes you need to make these changes server side.  The use case I had was that I...

    Written on: Jan 20, 2016    Author: Chris Knight

    Filed under: developer, plugin, wcm, rendering, custom

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