The code to hide “Updated Pages” part on wiki libraries has changed somewhat from older versions of SharePoint. The code now is: Simply add a “Content Editor webpart” on your page. Go the html source and add the following script. The script just hides the block via CSS.
Every now and again SharePoint still manages to amaze me. One would think that after 8 years of intensive SharePoint activity, I would have learned all tricks of the trade. Yesterday, I had another eye-opener that I was not prepared for (in a good way)! The clients question was: I have a list with titles … Read more
My slides from SharePoint Saturday Belgium 2014: Using SharePoint to get a LEAN enterprise. Read more
No more huge scripts to add rows to your promoted links. Here is an example to do it with just 3 lines CSS. Read more
Here is an excellent overview by”Learning SharePoint“on what the various top level elements on your SharePoint online are and how to hide them if you want to! In short (mostly for my own reference): You can find much more information and code on the learningsharepoint.com website!
There is a big difference between these 2 webparts: there is no advanced mode for the “items matching a tag” webpart! Read more
Just like last year, I submitted a speaker submission to the SharePoint Saturday UK event. This year it takes place on November 9th, at Hinckley. Read more
A client was creating a public site and wanted to show a list of documents.
We need to hide who created and modified the document from the dispform. Read more