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By default you getting the *.dwp file which basically a XML. Content editor is not behaves like *.webpart. What you can be done is export the file as its and import in the visual studio in a empty module. Deploy it..it will be visible in the web parts section. I hope after then you know what to do. Following post would be useful: How to add content editor ...


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You can just rename .dwp to .webpart and use it.


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Try placing your code in "content place holder main" in editform.aspx


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If you are referencing to the js file, just remove those lines from the js file, use them only when embedding in HTML or ASPX page. <script src="http://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/1.4.2/jquery.min.js"></script> <script type=text/javascript> Your function </script>


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You need to activate the publishing feature on the site collection Site Actions > Site Settings >Site collection features > SharePoint Server Publishing Infrastructure Site Actions > Site Settings >Manage site features >SharePoint Server Publishing Please verify these and see if it works.


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Turn scripting capabilities on and off for SharePoint Online Tenant. It will enable\disable some features & webparts in SharePoint Online Tenant. You can follow the below mentioned link to enable scripting. Enabling scripting capabilities After 24 hours you will get features & webparts in your SharePoint Online mentioned in below link. The new ...



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