Lance Hollander

Sep
10,
2014
by Lance Hollander

Meet Kevin Renton, leader of the recruitment charge (have we mentioned we're hiring?) and lover of all things "sport" (in his native Scotland, they don't add an s on the end - those crazy Scots!). Kevin is always on the hunt for great people to bring to Delphic, so if you know of anyone, get in touch

Nicole Hess

Sep
05,
2014
by Nicole Hess

Everyday someone here at Delphic Digital is sharing something interesting - a tool, a tip, a result or an experience which we all benefit from reading.  Even if its not in our direct line of work; it's actually the posts from the other teams that inspire me the most, giving me insight into the work of other teams and better able to provide a client with a holistic approach, rather than one siloed by my area of expertise. 

Chloe Yeung

Sep
05,
2014
by Chloe Yeung

Sitecore Symposium

Delphic Digital is a proud sponsor of the 2014 Sitecore Symposium hosted in Las Vegas. The 4th annual Symposium event will take place September 8-10 at the ARIA Resort & Casino. The Sitecore Symposium is two intensive days of strategic insight, technical education, product roadmaps, and networking. It is extremely informative for anyone working with, or considering working with, Sitecore and great for all to attend. 

Joel Soucie

Sep
03,
2014
by Joel Soucie

I was flipping through the channels last night and came across an oldy, but a goody (I guess it depends on what you consider oldies and goodies): "Seven" starring Brad Pitt and the eternal Morgan Freeman. If you don't remember the film or have never seen it, here is the summary straight from good ‘ol IMDb. 

I'm not a front end developer - I'll be the first one to tell you that (I'm a chef!). That doesn't mean I don't feel the pain of being a FED, though. In the past, a really tough task for our front end team has been styling Sitecore's Webforms For Marketers. The way these forms work, the HTML that is outputted onto the page is generated during the page load, so all of the style definitions have to be made and put onto the page beforehand. After many hours of tedious CSS tinkering, eventually the form looks the way we want and stays in the right place.   

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