My coworker at Belfius just found this cool trick to make your input screens cooler. He pointed me to the blog of Tobias Lekman: You can use the SP.UI.ModalDialog namespace via javascript. What his code does is open a SharePoint 2010 screen as modal dialog: The code Simply point the url to the page you …
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Some large organisations might still use older browsers, like IE6 browsers for SharePoint 2010. If you open a SharePoint 2010 page in those browsers, you will get a popup saying that “Your browser will have problems displaying this web page”. This blog has the answer on how to turn off that warning message: The masterpage …
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Working on a dashboard page for users with limited possibilities, I had to disable the close and minimize webpart functionality. Instead of just hiding the functions, I chose to have a minimalistic view and hide SharePoint WebPart header menu dropdown arrow. The webpart header consist of following parts: tr class =ms-WPHeader (which is the header) td …
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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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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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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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