As every year, the Nielsen Norman Group announces what they think is the top 10 of the worlds best intranets. Here are this years winners, tips and tricks
Read more

Some amazing SharePoint 2010 templates for free.
Read more

I was searching around how to get and set the SharePoint UI language for a user (the language of SharePoint when a user is logged in) for a multilanguage project. John Liu helped me out on the msdn forum: To set the language for a user (make sure you have the required language packs installed) – …
Read more

Hide the SharePoint Search field

February 1st, 2012 | Posted by Marijn in css | customization | search - (0 Comments)

If you want to hide the SharePoint search box on a specific page, you can add a content-editor webpart to the page with following code.
Read more

At a client, I am building a custom formin SharePoint via a custom newform. One of the requests was that after the form is submitted, users have to be redirected to a “thank you” page. If you insert a dataview, you get a normal “input type=button” which you can customize like I described here. With …
Read more

After my last few posts about JQuery, I had some remarks from readers asking me what I meant with “reference to the jquery file”. So I think it will be useful to write this post on how to start with SharePoint customization with Jquery. What is Jquery ? JQuery is a JavaScript library, created to …
Read more

So you want to start customizing a SharePoint page? Let’s say, you want to load or hide something in a page. First steps include adding a content-editor-webpart on the page and adding some code on the source editor: SharePoint provides the “_spBodyOnLoadFunctionNames” array. When the body is loaded, the onload event handler executes each function …
Read more

I have created a new SP2010 aspx page for users to create a new request. When they have filled in the form they should be a redirect to a “thank you” page. I did this via SPD2010, creating a new page with a datasource to the “new” functionality of the request list. So I got …
Read more

Sometimes you want to show a list on your homepage. You can do that by adding the webpart to the page. But what is also does is show the headers: the column titles. For example, if you add the announcements with some own field, you don’t need those headers. You could create a walkaround by …
Read more

  • Subscribe to Blog via Email

    Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email.

  • Categories