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On vacation at Land's End (UK) I had some spare time to work on working code. First of all, the tested and tried SP Workflow method of writing the ID value to another Column is the preferred method, as it runs server side and thus garanteed to execute. As OP states he can not use Designer or any other type of CSR coding it is possible to do it with ...


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This is expected when you create a custom editform, and changes to the underlying list structure like fields being created manually or via a content type do not show up. They must be added manually in the custom form. Sharepoint has behaved this way since 2007 that I know of, and presumably in 2003 and 2001. You are essentially breaking the dynamic ...


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Just had to confront myself with the same problem (seems to occur only with filter webparts lol). I solved it by overriding the $3r_1 and making sure that the css class 's4-wpcell' is NOT being removed from the webpart. This works fine for me (even with 2 listview webparts it allows multiselection and the ribbon behaves correctly and it deselects items ...


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The ID used in Calculated Column Formulas is 0 for newly created items (because it gets its value from the database after all Formulas are evaluated on new item creation) [Update: regular SharePoint method is to have a workflow write the ID value to another Column; this can be done with Javascript code as well] You mention you do not have access to ...


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you can use this script to make you take to the home page of the site <div style="width: 100%; text-align: left;"> <INPUT TYPE="button" VALUE="Cancel to Homepage" CLASS="ms-ButtonHeightWidth" style="width:120px; background-color:transparent" onclick="parent.location='http://Sitename/Pages/Home.aspx'" title="Homepage" /> </div> and ...


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If you are using SharePoint designer, then you can upload your HTML file under Site pages section and just pass the URL.



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