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Sitecore.UserScripts

A collection of user script that work with Sitecore, helping you to extend default shell functionality in order to increase productivity. A user script is programming that modifies the appearance or behavior of an application. A user script for a Web site, for example, can customize the way that content will display in the host browser, navigation and DOM manipulation is also a feature.

What's inside?

There are currently 4 script which you can combine (all or partly), or just use individually:

Making it work

Despite Google Chrome supports these scripts out of the box and treats them as regular extensions, I'd recomment installing TamperMonkey extension for Chrome or GreaseMonkey for Firefox:

Once installed, put the scripts into an extension and enjoy ;)

Demo

Preload Content Editor

Preload Content Editor script demo

Preview Multiselect Fields Values

Preview Multiselect Fields Values script demo

Related blog posts

Other notes

Compatible with most 8 and 9 verions of Sitecore, including the latest.

Contact author

  • Twitter - Twitter
  • LinkedIn - LinkedIn profile
  • Sitecore Slack - reference to a profiles at Sitecore Slack channel
  • Author's blog - "Experience Sitecore!" blog with plenty of interesting things about Sitecore and its implementation
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