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Edit the webpart properties and set item style as "Image on left". Now there will be three text box values we should fill in Image Title Description In the Image field, put the field which holds the image URL. The fields internal name should be entered. In the Title field, put the field which holds the title. In your case product attributes. The fields ...


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I had a similar issue, albeit in MOSS so not sure if it will solve your issue, which I resolved by using the field guid in CommonViewFields and then renamed the field in the DataColumnRenames property. <property name="CommonViewFields" type="string">447493f6-8639-4683-940f-3438d1893f97,Lookup</property> <property name="DataColumnRenames" ...


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I would create a custom page layout for that. Then create the 200 pages and configure the fields (the propertise of the pages) that the page layout uses to do the queries. Do the queries either with a Search WebPart or a Content Query WebPart.


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I would just use Content Query Web Part with custom XSL template to get the desired look and feel. In CQWP you can define the actual query, including pointing it to show items from your new list. Edit \Style Library\XSL Style Sheets\ItemStyle.xsl and copy existing template, rename your copy (change name and match properties) and modify the HTML it provides. ...


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I actually ended up using the list view app instead and applied some custom styling to it. Much simpler.


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No, you cannot create a lookup field against a web property. If your skills in JS and Display Templates are up for it, you might already have access to web title and url in the ctx object. http://blogs.technet.com/b/sharepoint_quick_reads/archive/2013/09/03/3588171.aspx


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I found "Title" field was included, so it required custom fields to be included. I did that using CommonViewFields property of CQWP. This blog helped me to put correct column type. Here is how CommonViewFields property looks like in my case: <property name="CommonViewFields" ...


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Unfortunately just specifying resource string for WebUrl property of ContentByQueryWebPart web part is not enough since resource string could not be resolved dynamically (basically not supported) using SharePoint web parts infrastructure like in case of Url tokens (e.g. ~sitecollection). But, you could consider the following approach. Solution The ...


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You can create new feaure and in it's "FeatureReceiver.FeatureActivated" you can get web part on the page and change it with your resource file. Look these two relative questions: How to localize webpart title, description, group, quickadd group in Sandbox solution CQWP - dynamically setting the list


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Try this. <xsl:variable name="Rows" select="/dsQueryResponse/Rows/Row" /> <xsl:variable name="RowCount" select="count($Rows)" /> <xsl:variable name="IsEmpty" select="$RowCount = 0" /> <xsl:for-each select="$Rows"> CODE </xsl:for-each>


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Add this <xsl:variable name="Rows" select="/dsQueryResponse/Rows/Row" /> <xsl:variable name="RowCount" select="count($Rows)" /> <xsl:variable name="IsEmpty" select="$RowCount = 0" /> <xsl:for-each select="$Rows"> <xsl:if test="position() mod 2 = 1"> <div style="" class="Odd" > <DO SOMETHING> </div> ...


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Using the below option in CQWP you can control the item limit to display:



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