Small piece of XSL code to let your Content Query Webpart show a message when it returns no items – for SharePoint 2010 Read more

if you have a lot of columns in a SharePoint list or library, here is a quick and dirty way to show those column titles vertically. Read more

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 … Read more

The additional value when you work with SharePoint and InfoPath is very clear: you can use the forms to enhance the way you input and edit information in our favorite platform. Here is a video on how it was meant to work: Working offline with InfoPath 2010 As you will probably know, InfoPath was build … Read more

I was blown away this morning when I went through my tweets and rss and saw this video of an intranet.
It was created and used by the people of Canadian SharePoint organisation ITGroove and it looks awesome! Read more

One of the cool things in SharePoint 2010 for end-users is the validation of columns. In normal applications you can have a validation on a field; examples :– a field number must be between value x and value y that are also on the item– a date must be smaller then another date on the … Read more

Imagine you have a site diagram like this: A -B – C If you are in level C, normally when you click on the “up” navigation element: A – B – C If you choose not to inherit the top site navigation, the top site will not show up in your navigation element. For instance, … Read more

When you have SharePoint 2010, you will immediatly notice the new UI. You either like it or you don’t. In SP2007 it was really easy to change a view when you were in a list: you had a button on the right hand site listing the views. In SP2010 you can do the same by … Read more

Els Aerts on the Web Usability Blog hits the nail with her blogpost about Error messages. Not only true for all kinds of websites and client apps, but just the same in SharePoint..My customer doesn’t want a fat-ass code page telling him in a bizarre language that something is wrong..some SharePoint errors are just downright … Read more