Customization

06

Jan'15

JSLink and SharePoint 2013 – How to Get Started

This simple tutorial is an introduction to JSLink, a new feature in SharePoint 2013, and how it can be used to customize views.

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01

Dec'14

OWAS and SharePoint 2013 – Overview and Installation

Learn how Office Web Apps Server (OWAS 2013) for SharePoint Server 2013 makes it possible to view and edit documents in a web browser.

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20

Aug'14

Versioning Settings for Lists and Libraries in SharePoint 2013

This post provides a general overview of the versioning settings available for lists and libraries in SharePoint 2013.

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13

Aug'14

How to Create Lists and List Templates in SharePoint 2013

This short tutorial explores how to create and use lists and list templates in SharePoint 2013. A vital skill for any SharePoint user to master given how heavily they are used.

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02

Jul'14

Mastering SharePoint Modal Dialogs

Leverage SharePoint Client Object Model by launching a page in a modal window for a more engaging user experience

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15

Jan'14

Customize the SharePoint Quick Launch Menu using the JavaScript Client Object Model

Although adequate for most purposes, customization through the SharePoint UI is somewhat limited, and you may find yourself needing something more. Let's look at how to customize the Quick Launch menu using the JavaScript Client Object Model.

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08

Oct'13

Q&A: How to change SharePoint site icon?

Changing a SharePoint site's site icon is a great way to personalize a site. It's also very easy to do, that is, usually. Here's how:

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02

Jul'13

Count the number of rows in a SharePoint table using jQuery

Ever wanted to count the number of rows in an HTML table automatically? I once had to do an inventory of a client's file share and used a directory printing utility that gave me the option of displaying the directory listings as an HTML table. The file share had over 12,000 files and 1,500 folders, and I needed to know how many files were in each folder.

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22

May'13

Running jQuery scripts on PerformancePoint data

I recently had a close encounter with a SharePoint PerformancePoint dashboard page that displayed its data in grids. My task was to calculate row and column totals and display the results in an additional column and row that would be appended to the right and bottom of the grid respectively. I had done something similar before using jQuery/JavaScript, so without much further ado I proceeded to make a copy from source of the data grid's generated HTML and write a script that would quickly and neatly do exactly what was required.

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06

May'13

Display email as username in Office 365 InfoPath forms

When designing InfoPath forms, it is a common requirement to have the form automatically capture and display the name of the person who is submitting the form. InfoPath 2010 has a built-in function userName() that returns the Account ID of the authenticated user.

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