Some amazing SharePoint 2010 templates for free.
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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) – …
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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.
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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 …
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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 …
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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 …
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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 …
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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 …
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What are you talking about? A new feature in SharePoint 2010 is the validation option. I already blogged about it but I soon came to some limits. You have 2 kinds of validation settings: – on a column with the restriction that you cannot refer to other fields; great for when you want to check …
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