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.cs file types are not visible for SharePoint pages/pagelayouts. In order for you to add your own to one of the Out-of-the-box pages like Home.aspx you'll have to Create a new .cs file in Visual Studio which derives from either Page or WebPartPage Example: public class MyCustomCodeBehindForHomeAspx : Page Then you have to open Home.aspx in e.g. ...


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I think the best solution for that is called jslink. https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/magazine/dn745867.aspx


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Found a solution. Since the old WebPart had its own div-element which was still in the page (even after deleting the WebPart with the SPLimitedWebPartManager) I was able to swap the IDs in the div without adding any extra HTML-code and thus keep the position. Here's the updated Code (just the functionality, without error handling etc) if someone runs into ...


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You probably can retrieve the value from list A by using a HttpSend activity in your workflow. I only tried this for an app I created in Visual Studio, but the logic probably is the same for SPD as well. Steps I took: Get the site Url with the LookupWorkflowContextProperty activity --> gives xSiteUrl (probably you can omit this step, but it's necessary in ...


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You will need to use CSOM-JS. Refer to this: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/2767461/sharepoint-form-webpart-with-javascript on how your html form should look like and this on how to do basic JS operations in SharePoint 2013: https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/office/jj163201.aspx (SharePoint 2010: ...



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