Tag Info

New answers tagged

0

In all the calendars that roll up into your master, you'd need to create a view that is filtered based on that checkbox being checked. Then you use those filtered views in your master. No code necessary.


0

Well, if I had to make such customizations, I would definitely choose FullCalendar as described here. Using this JavaScript library you have a lot more (and far easier) options for customizations, as in the case of the standard calendar webpart / view. You can get the calendar events via SPServices, see sample here (REST and the JavaScript Object Model have ...


0

Using the Set interval javascript function and calling your variables again you should be able to hind the time as required. After you have called your variable do a statement to check if it has been set previously so as to not wrap the div again. You set the variable v by assigning it again to the variable


0

With @Vince2322589 help, I found the solution to this by just using setInterval method and minor modification on my script.


1

Another option In O365 if you are using OWA you can create calendars directly in the interface and share the calendar. Go to the Calendar interface and create a new calendar with the "+" icon In the upper right hand corner - select Share Add the users or groups you will share with and they will get an email. The email will contain a link to the ...


1

One way of accomplishing half of your question is to make a Calendar in a SharePoint site that everyone in your organization has access to. Assuming someone can view the calendar app in said SharePoint site, the "Connect to Outlook" button in the Calendar tab of the Calendar app will sync the calendar with Outlook 2013. I didn't have any luck getting the ...


0

It might involve a workflow on the SP list. Make the WF trigger on change/create of the field and the n update a value in a dropdown based from your "Category" field. If Category A change dropdown field to A Else if Category B change dropdown to B and so on... build more ifs and then populate your dropdown in SharePoint.


0

You should also handle the child a tag as follows $('.ms-cal-topday').each(function(){ $(this).removeAttr('onclick'); $(this).removeAttr('onmouseover'); $(this).removeAttr('onmouseout'); }); $('.ms-cal-topdayover').each(function(){ $(this).removeAttr('onclick'); ...


0

I ran into the same issue, though I wasn't using custom content types. When you create a new calendar from the template, the template overlays are looking for the calendar ID that the overlay is associated with. In my case, I had deleted the original calendar before creating a new calendar from the template. To fix this, go back into calendar overlays and ...


0

Have a look at List Settings -> Validation Settings. You can put a Excel-look-a-like formula there. You can put something in like =DAY([BeginDate]) = DAY([EndDate]) (untested). It will only accept items where the DAY values of both date fields are equal.


0

Use below script <script type="text/javascript"> $(document).ready(function(){ var oTable = document.getElementsByTagName("table"); if (oTable != null) { for (i = 0; i < oTable.length; i++) { var table = oTable.item(i); if (table.className == "ms-acal-month") { for (var c = 0; c < table.rows.length; ...



Top 50 recent answers are included