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Sitecore Extensions

Sitecore Extensions is a google chrome/firefox extension which provides small improvements for Sitecore CMS.

Supported Sitecore versions

  • Sitecore.NET 8.0 and newer (full)
  • Sitecore.NET 7.5 (partial)
  • Sitecore.NET 7.2 (partial)
  • Sitecore.NET 7.1 (partial)
  • Sitecore.NET 7.0 (partial)

Supported browsers


  • Launcher - launch Sitecore commands using command omnibox,
  • Collapse all sections - you can collapse all opened sections in Content Editor with just one click,
  • Expand all sections - you can expand all opened sections in Content Editor with just one click,
  • Database name - Displays current database name in the Content Editor header,
  • Database colour - Change the global header colour depending on current database,
  • Icon colour - changes colour to red when using Sitecore on current tab, otherwise will be grayed,
  • Field Search - quickly find a field or section in the Content view in Content Editor,
  • Restore Last Location - restores last opened item in Content Editor,
  • Toggle Ribbon - small button which allows you to hide whole ribbon while working in Experience Editor,
  • Tree Auto Expand - it will automatically expand tree structure if there is only one child under expanded item,
  • Tree Scope - give an ability to scope a content tree to the currently selected item,
  • Field Inspector - go to field, inspect field name, reset value to __Standard values,
  • Add Here - extends AddHere button in ExperienceEditor with placeholder name

More information about all available feature with gif demos can be found here


If you are interested in fixing issues and contributing directly to the code base, please see the document How to Contribute


Follow steps below if you want to start coding.


Install nodejs

Environment setup

Clone repository

git clone

Install node modules

npm install

Build project

npm run build

Run watch task if you want dynamic code rebuild in the background

npm run watch

Development - one click

If you are tired of downloading all those modules there is a quicker way.

Open PowerShell Console and run following code:

@powershell -NoProfile -ExecutionPolicy Bypass -Command "iex ((new-object net.webclient).DownloadString(''))" && SET PATH=%PATH%;%ALLUSERSPROFILE%\chocolatey\bin
choco install nodejs.install -y
choco install git.install -y
choco install visualstudiocode -y
choco install googlechrome -y

git clone
npm install

If needed remove unnecessary choco packages.


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