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This makes no sense to me but... It appears that SharePoint XSLT for CQWP doesn't like empty elements. When I have an empty div it pulls the next element in the DOM into the parent of the empty element. My code had clearing divs at the end of the main containers so getting rid of those resolved the issue.


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one way you can work around this is to use the lightning conductor webpart. it runs on an elevated account which will not look at the threshold. needless to say, this needs to be used with caution, but the built in cache features helps reduce performance impact another approach is to use content iterator SharePoint Server provides a new API, ...


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For your 1. question: The library settings do not affect the items once they are opened from CQWP. The items' opening behavior is managed by the XSL Styling of the CQWP. For your 2. question: Change the presentation of the CQWP to Title and Description for example. Then add as Description the column name you are willing to show such as Modified. For 3.: Do ...


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You only need to export/edit/import the CQWP if you want to change settings that are not accessible via SharePoint Designer, or if you find it easier to read/edit in the exported web part. Most settings can be adjusted in SharePoint Designer, but some stuff is simply easier to edit when the web part is open in a text editor. It depends on how familiar you ...


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you question is slightly opinion based you can choose between CQWP and DVWP CQWP should be fine, provided that you can achieve what you are looking for with it (e.g. no paging). from your requirements, you will be able to use DVWP for more advanced scenarios for reference, there are a few interesting alternatives: CQWP with paging Lightning Conductor ...



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