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If you can grab the offending NOBR element via JavaScript, you can then hide it and insert a less offensive element adjacent to it with the same (or modified) HTML content. // 1. grab the NOBR tag via CSS selector var nobr = document.querySelector(".ms-standardheader.ms-WPTitle nobr"); // NOTE: Replace above CSS Selector with one that grabs the title of ...


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A Content By Query Web Part displays a dynamic view of content on a page The Web Part has two major aspects: query and presentation. Query determines what content you want to show and presentation determines how you want to style and present the content. The Content By Query Web Part uses XSL style sheets to render these columns by default. If you ...


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I finally found the solution using the activate event of the tabs: <script> $(function() { var tabCount = 0; $(".dfwp-item div.groupheader").each(function() { $("#tabs ul").append("<li><a href='#tabs-"+tabCount+"'>" + $(this).text ()+"</a></li>"); $("#tabs").append("<div ...


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This looks to be malformed $("#tabs ul").append("<li><a href='"+encodeURI(test.aspx?Myfilter="+$(this).text())+"'>" + $(this).text()+"</a></li>"); try: $("#tabs ul").append("<li><a href='"+encodeURI("test.aspx?Myfilter="+$(this).text())+"'>" + $(this).text()+"</a></li>");


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Turns out I was using the wrong web part. 'Content Search' web part is the one I needed. This is now less confusing.



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