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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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Just go to your display form, edit the page and add the listview webpart of the other list you want to get data from. Edit the properties of this listview and add a webpart connection that connects the listview with the display form. There you can choose which field connects to what. ...


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When we activate the "SharePoint Server Publishing" feature, "Images" library, "Pages" library and "Workflow Tasks" list will be created in the site. Please check if there any list or libraries with the same name are existing. If yes, please rename these list or libraries, or move them to another place in SharePoint Designer. Then try to activate the ...


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This is what the query should have been: Path:"https://sitename.sharepoint.com/projects " contentclass:STS_Web Site<>{Site.URL} Also remember to give SHarePoint a chance to index your new sites.


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You could either try with a wildcard Path:"https://sitename.sharepoint.com/projects/*" contentclass:STS_Web SiteTitle <> projects Or got with the URL Depth property: Path:"https://sitename.sharepoint.com/projects " contentclass:STS_Web SiteTitle <> projects UrlDepth=1 And to make it a little bit smoother, go with Path:{Site.URL} UrlDepth=1 ...


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In that case, did you tried the Content Search Webpart? It very easy to bring on multiple content types and from multiple lists.



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