Time for another book review on my blog! This time, I chose the book “Microsoft SharePoint 2013 Plain and Simple” from Johnathan Lightfoot, Michelle Lopez, Scott Metker.
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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 are missing buttons on your SharePoint ribbon, you might want to zoom out to have them magically appear again!
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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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Everyone who has been in a meeting or process to develop something new knows that it is hard. You have to be able to do abstract thinking, visualise designs and structures in your mind, be innovative, be constructive. You have to get the viewpoint of your customer, your target audience, the benefits, the hows and …
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Congratulations! You have been appointed to create the new intranet for the organisation!! Hurah! But how am I going to start on thinking about how I want to structure it? Ellen Van Aken has a great overview of +30 short movies from organisations that show their own intranets. These are not SharePoint movies, but show …
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I had the chance these past few weeks to do my first real SCRUM project. My task was, next to a content governance model, to deliver a “Product Backlog”. A Product Backlog is a collection of user stories, ordered by business value and risk. A user what? A user story! What is that ? Well, …
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It is now official: Microsoft bought Yammer for a lot of money.And we have a nice infographic to show why!
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In the default SharePoint “Issue Tracking” list you have the “Comments” field. Every time you add text to it and save the item, it is stored and the current text is added to the previous. You can get the same behavior an ony other multiline textfield in SharePoint 2010 you create. When you create the field, check …
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At my customer, we created a solution where users can fill in some comments in a SharePoint multiline text-field. Unfortunately, every time they entered some lines, they appeared a little bit too far from each other. Looking at the code, SharePoint adds a “p” or double “div”’s around the line. After some testing, the simple …
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