In a dashboard project we had to display certain valuta fields that came from a SQL-SERVER table.Those fields had following formatting: 139367709,8800 0,00000,00 51345998,3700 The goal was to display them as European style valuta: 139.367.709,88 0,00 51.345.998,37 To format those numbers to numbers with commas in SharePoint Dataview I used the xslt format-number() function Result was empty …
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At a dashboard project I was using the SharePoint Designer DataSource functionality, getting data from a SQL-Server (more on why in this blogpost). I was having a funny issue however: all dates I got from SQL-SERVER had 1 hour off. When I had the date “15/10/2011” in SQL, I would have “14/10/2011 23:00:00Z”. Sidenote: in …
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Someone on the MSDN forum asked how to remove the original message when replying to a thread.
That smelled like a jquery job to me!!Here is the code.
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By default, lookup fields in SharePoint are really small. Change the width with these few lines of jQuery code!
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Hide title bar in SharePoint

November 6th, 2011 | Posted by Marijn in code | css - (0 Comments)

If you want to hide the title bar in SharePoint, just add a Content Editor Webpart to the page with this piece of CSS.
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The ever handsome and cunning Marc D. Anderson (I felt like giving the man credit, since I use so many of his solutions!!) saved my behind once again with a fantastic javascript!
This time I was looking to find a solution to get the value from a people picker field via jquery.
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Quite a title this time 🙂 Let me explain: I have a list where people can add items to: requests for a ticket. Those tickets are ( if approved ) getting into a workflow: every ticket becomes a folder in a list, where we can have actions as list items. The problem was that my …
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My previous blogpost was about how you could replace the SharePoint:SaveButton with a input type=Button in order to add a redirect after you have filled in the form. Today I wanted to add the PreSaveAction() functionality and it didn’t work. After some research and testing I found out that the input type=Button does not have …
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A client had a business requirement that if someone added an attachment to an item in a list, a metadata field had to be filled in. So I put on my jQuery glasses (they are quite special, looking a bit like Dame Edna’s) I ended up with following code which uses the PreSaveAction, a default …
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why bother with costly external picture sliders or Silverlight scripts that have to be developed and deployed when you can simply use jQuery Cycle plugin?
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