As announced at Ignite 2018, Microsoft is rolling out an easier way of formatting your lists and libraries columns. Until now you had to do this in Json script, which was very hard for end users or power users to do. Luckily, Chris Kent has a great webpart to make it easier, but that still …
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Turn off the “Minimal Download Strategy” when you are running scripts from your masterpage!
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No more huge scripts to add rows to your promoted links. Here is an example to do it with just 3 lines CSS.
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A quick howto on changing the title shown in a SharePoint 2013 site on a specific page with JavaScript.
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A quick how to on how to hide column titles in various versions of SharePoint with a small piece of css code that you can add in a content editor webpart
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Small piece of XSL code to let your Content Query Webpart show a message when it returns no items – for SharePoint 2010
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if you have a lot of columns in a SharePoint list or library, here is a quick and dirty way to show those column titles vertically.
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In one of my blogposts I show you how to Hide dropdown values from choice fields in SharePoint via Jquery. One of the comments on that blogposts is that this doesn’t work when you want to hide dropdown items from lookup field.
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Marc Anderson has released a very nice slideshare presentation on how jQuery is used in SharePoint 2010.
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Kickstarter is a hot new social way to get investors warm for your product idea. It markets itself as a “funding platform for creative projects”. Those creative projects can be food, design, fashion, art, comics, games, technology, music, …  The deal is that you design a Kickstarter page,  stating all cool stuff your product would …
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