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Like Arsalan said, there is no out of the box support for that. You might consider if Document Sets don't fit your scenario, since they have the Welcome Page that lists the selected columns at the top of the page.
Out of the box it is not provided, once you are inside the folder you select items/folders/documents inside that folder and you can view properties for the selected. You can of course create a custom Ribbon action to show the current folder properties, you can actually create exactly the same display as that of Display Form.
Just create a link with the template file. You can find template url location from Document Library Settings => Advanced Settings ->Template URL
It can be possible. You have to modify the view. Default view is Allitems.aspx which show all items in list. If you want to show items that is created for today only the: Go to List settings>Views>Click All Items> In Filer Section> Select Created or Modified Column> Equal to> [Today] By doing this, you will see only items that are created or modified ...
I've followed this post: http://jbarkes.blogspot.it/2014/04/sharepoint-2013-create-custom-wcf-rest.html Thanks
Open the list in SharePoint Designer. In the Forms section, click new and give a name you want for the URL (ex: neweditform). Select "New item Form (...),"and check "Set as default form for the selected type. Click OK and you will see the page in the Forms section. Then open the new page neweditform.aspx click the Insert Tab from the top section of the ...
As time is of the essence on this topic, I just deleted everything and now it works. I don't know why it did't work the first time because I did everything exactly the same in my second try. However, it works. Thank you guys for the support!
Take a look at this article: Creating a Page layouts content types. It describes everything you need to know. Just make sure you select parent content type from as Publishing Content Types and Parent Content Type as Page. After that you just need to add this content type to the library where you want to add it. Page layout html can be anything you want to ...
if you want to do it all in the same css you'll have to inspect the html if you do, one thing you'll notice is that both the list and the blog post have a div with a particular id before the ul#ms-blog-postList. The id from the list is different from the post page so you can use that to specify css. e.g. ...
Yes you can extend the REST API: Here are the high level steps of what you must do: Create a class decorated with ClientCallableType Add methods and properties to the class, decorate with ClientCallable, ClientCallableMethod, ClientCallableProperty Create the Object Factory that inherits from ClientCllableObjectFactory (this will create an class instance ...
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