The Web Part base class contains a set of properties that you and the users of your Web Part can use to control its appearance and behavior. For example, a Web Part's Height and Width properties can be set by your code, the user, or the Web Part definition file (.dwp) you use to import a Web Part. A ...

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Custom Web Part Properties in SharePoint 2010 Visual Web Parts-How to set it different for each user login

I have custom webpart properties for a visual webpart. This thread helped me develop the custom webpart properties. Now my issue is once a user sets the custom property it gets applied for all users, ...
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Webpart Properties Dropdown get selected value

In the properties of the Webpart I created a dropdownlist using an Enum from which I want to chose. public enum Farbart { [Description("Klartext")]Klartext, ...
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Things to lookout for, when adding a button to the properties menu of a webpart and even handler not executing

Ive built a custom Web Part properties menu, using a class which extends the Editor Part following this tutorial . I created a button with the following code this.testButton = new Button(); ...
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Custom Webpart Sections Missing on SitePage

I have a site collection in SharePoint 2010 that includes custom webparts and it is fully operational on my development server, which is just my desktop with Windows 7. For your knowledge, the ...