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I can't say I've tried this myself, but I would expect this to work. First, take a backup of your .stp-file. Rename the file from .stp to .cab. Find the Elements.xml-file that deploys the list template (probably there's only one Elements.xml here). In the Elements.xml file, change (or add if it doesn't exist) the "Group"-property (or perhaps DisplayCategory)...


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Welcome to SharePoint! It's a wonderful world wrought with excitement and new discoveries everyday... What I would do in your situation is to create a view based on each of the tags. Once each view is created, you can switch back and forth as needed to see each individual view. And you can use each view to color code your items. Using the default view of ...


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I create my own "Category" column and set the type to "choice". Specify my choices, and all set! You can then leverage that to build a "Table of Contents" grouped by Category (as long as pages can only be part of 1 category). There's a great HowTo here: Link One step further (if you want to allow others to be able to add more categories without giving them ...


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Edit the page and then edit the web part in question and you can change the view. You can select one of the different views available, or create one that matches what you want!


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I would say add a Managed Metadata column. https://support.office.com/en-us/article/Create-a-Managed-Metadata-column-8fad9e35-a618-4400-b3c7-46f02785d27f#__toc355082380 Sorry... This link works.


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Not sure though but maybe create a choice dropdown column and use that. So when creating your pages select the coresponding category. hope that helps


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I FIGURED IT OUT. This solution still requires some styling, but at least I got it to work. The key is really to know what codes to paste in, to get a new category. And this can be found in "Design Manager > Edit Page Layout > Click on the Page Layout you want to edit > Snippets (in the upper navigation bar. It's easy to miss it)" Once you are in, select ...


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I can propose an alternative that can do something similar. Create an enterprise wiki site. All pages on the enterprise wiki site comes with a "Categories" column for you to tag the post. Your audience can then click on these "Categories" and it will bring them to a page with a list of pages with the same "Category" tagged.


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I think these steps will help to update it. Complete Uninstall the Solution( deactivate, Uninstall and Remove) Reset IIS Reset the SharePoint admin and Timer Service. Deploy new Solution Test now.


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If you have a fixed set of categories and category links are not generated automaticly I would suggest to: Just go to you list that you want to filter Make sure you have the column that you want to filter on in your view Filter the list by clicking on the column and selecting the correct value Copy the URL and use it in your category tiles list Other ...


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One option you have is to update the existing custom template tab name using the resource file in the 12 hive. Modifying files in the 12 hive is sometimes not advised as they may break with updates etc., but this is an option nonetheless. Under the "...\Web Server Extensions\12\Resources" folder, open the "core.en-us.resx" file (or the resource for the ...


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The top link bar will follow your site hierarchy. The fack that a link is within a page doesn't make it a hierarchy, it's just a view. To get the desired effect, you need to make it an actual hierarchy. For example, you could have Front and Back as subsites. The home page of the Back subsite would be your Back page, then pagename.aspx would be a page stored ...


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I ended up using the MetaDataWebPart that is on CodePlex. I had to fix some small bugs but it works beautifully.


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if category means group, just edit web part properties and change the group


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Most likely your only option is to deploy a custom Item EventReceiver for synchronous operations like Adding, Updating and Deleting. You'd check the field and group memberships and cancel the event if anything is wrong with the combination. A custom security trimmed control also comes to mind as a to-do item. Seems too complex to bother actually. Why not ...


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If you go to your document library and go into your document library settings, you should see your column Categories. When you click on it you can change the type of the column to "Choice" and then you can define the choices the user should choose from and the way it is displayed (by default a dropdown)


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The value of the category that you set in Outlook gets saved in a meta field in the SharePoint calendar item. By using the List web service GetListItems method, you can get hold of the category(ies) value by reading the field called ows_MetaInfo_Categories. The values get stored as a semi-colon separated string (eg. Category1; Category2), because a single ...


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Instead of having separate category and subcategory could you use a hierarchical term set? You could then use that as a filter to show the items in a separate list view on the same page.


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A category is a predefined Term Set that is made in the term store management.


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I am using SharePoint 2007 and tried the color coding with Content Editor web part. I have placed the TextToHTML-v2.1.1.txt file in Style Library on SharePoint Site. It showed following error on viewing calendar for all other accounts trying to access the site: Web Part Error: Access denied. You do not have permission to perform this action or access ...



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