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You can actually use Christophe's HTML Calculated Column, please have a look at following question: how to show HTML code in column? So based on average of a column, you build up your HTML in calculated column to show the image and you put the JavaScript that does the magic to convert that String representation of HTML to actual HTML.


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These other answers tend to be too simple or way too complicated... ;) This should do what you want, you just might need to change the url variable and the select parameters to conform with your environment -- but I took my best guess based on the information you provided. You could also remove the jQuery reference if your page already has it. Here is a ...


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This should do it. But you have to use jQuery and SPServices in order to make it work. You can create a simple HTML Select (If the options will not increase) or just can populate using SPServices in case that you list keeps growing. HTML: <select id="dropdown"></select> JS: <script ...


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<script src="http://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/1.4/jquery.min.js" type="text/javascript"></script><script type="text/javascript"> // Execute the following JavaScript after the page has fully loaded, when it's ".ready" $(document).ready(function(){ //Set alert based on drop down selection ...


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You can use JQuery to create menus as you like Please check the following link Please let me know in case of any query


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The error you are getting (I presume) is a side affect of the problem... YOu have a few miss-matched curly braces... I found this quickly just by copying your code and pasting it into a code editor... it highlighted the syntax issues... Try this: (function($){ $(document).ready(function(){ value = $('div[id="cl"]').length; ...


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According to this article Sandboxed Solutions support both custom actions as well as visual web parts. The following are not supported. Application Pages Custom Action Group Farm-scoped features HideCustomAction element Web Application-scoped features Workflows with code


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You can extend the SPSecurityTrimmedControl class to create a custom control that discriminates based on group membership rather than permission level. using System; using System.Collections.Generic; using System.Linq; using System.Text; using Microsoft.SharePoint.WebControls; using System.Web.UI; using Microsoft.SharePoint; namespace My.Custom.Controls { ...


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This seems like it would be natively supported in a Content Query Web Part. It would require some rework on your part to add your links and thumbnails to a list, configure the CQWP slots, and style the CQWP appropriately but at least you know it works and is possible.


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This seems pretty similar to what I encountered yesterday. It's not within the CEWP but you could use a script editor that uses css to hide the element and target that to whichever audience(s) of your liking. Target audience for a stylesheet


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Well, to me it seems this should be pretty easily done with a custom content editor webpart. Create a new Webpart and have it derive from the Content Editor webpart. Add a custom action to the rich text editor so that you can use to easily inject an additional wrapper xml element surrounding the pieces of html you want to target. Use this XML element to ...



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