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Check out this threads. http://spjsblog.com/2012/02/24/form-field-tooltip-for-sharepoint-2007-and-sharepoint-2010/ You'll have to modify add/new/edit forms of the list or document library you are working with. Then you can use any of the numerous tooltip js libraries i.e. http://jqueryui.com/tooltip/ to add tooltips to your form.


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my supervisor made me a Site Collection Administration, and now I see the input boxes. Thank you ECM4D for your thoughts.


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SharePoint 2013 is using Client Side Rendering by default, so form controls are rendered on client side on some other internal javascript events. It is possible that jQuery.ready() handler is firing too early while controls are not rendered yet and that could be main problem. My suggestion would be not to use jQuery.ready, where normal jsLink with CSR ...


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Please consider using Virto Form Extender (http://www.virtosoftware.com/products/content-mgmt/virto-ajax-list-form-extender). It is stated that fields visibility can be dynamic on new/edit list item form.


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WPQ2FormCtx.ItemContentTypeId will give the content type ID of the item in each of the forms newform.aspx, ediform.aspx and displayform.aspx. You can also use WPQ2FormCtx.ItemContentTypeName, if you want to compare name instead of Id. Here is a JQuery code to hide fields in the forms: <script type="text/javascript"> jQuery(document).ready(function($) ...


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Previously, an employee's name was entered into a people picker, which populated an employee ID field. The Employee ID field had a rule which set the query value from that, queried a data connection and was done. The Employee name field's default value was set to as the value of name = PreferredName, email field default value as name = WorkEmail, etc, up a ...


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Consider the JQuery web services library: http://spservices.codeplex.com/ for custom forms. This thing works on 2007, 2010 and 2013. It requires JQuery UI's CSS files though.



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