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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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┬ánumbers to numbers with commas in SharePoint Dataview┬áI used the xslt format-number() function Result was empty …
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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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Every page in SharePoint has a search box on the right upper side. If you want to hide the SharePoint Search box on one page, add a Content editor webpart with following CSS.
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On some pages I just want to hide the SharePoint ribbon. Right now I am working in a multinational who has a lot of different technologies at their disposal: Fill-in forms all have a very uniform look&feel, no matter what technology is behind it. When you want to make them in SP2010, the SharePoint ribbon …
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What are you talking about? Don’t know if you have encountered this already, but when you add a webpart to a list, you no longer have the possibilty to choose a view on that list. Let me elaborate: When you have a list, you can click right next to the name to select a view. …
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What are you talking about ? In SharePoint 2010, when you are working with a wiki or Site Pages library, a new menu appears on the quick launch navigation telling you which documents were recently modified. That is great to know, but if you are using the library for publishing purposes, your end-users don’t need …
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