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You may need to wrap or delay that function until SharePoint controls finish loading that with _spBodyOnLoadFunctionNames: So: function fireOnListItems(){ $( ".wj-cqwp-ProjectDashboard ul li" ).each(function() { // big chunk of code above entered here }); } _spBodyOnLoadFunctionNames.push("fireOnListItems");


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This was used at the end of the page, just passed the piece of Javascript. <div class="portfolioFilter text-center" > <a href="#" style="display:none;" data-filter=".fakeCategory" id="Fake" class="current"><img src="../SiteAssets/all.jpg"/></a> <xsl:call-template name="dvt_1"/> ...


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try to use responsibleOWS:{User.Name} instead of responsibleOWS={User.Name}


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Without XSLT you cannot change the view of list in Content Query Web Part. XSLT don't include any tough scripting and coding it is just formatting like table tag. Please refer this link to get more details explanation Modifying XSLT for CQWP Thanks


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If you are using CQWP to display list items then you can manage the view and look and feel of your list items in any of the manner which you want. You have full access to work with look and feel of List item in CQWP using SPD. Please have a look to this link Customizing the Content Query Web Part and Item Style Or if you want to read full article on this ...



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