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The cleanest link you can get for a document can be found when you open the Ellipsis (...) on the document or folder as the URL found in the dialog box formats the direct path to the document. (https://<server>/<site>/<library>/<folder>/<filename>) Teach your users to open and use this link when copying and pasting a direct ...


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The Lookup columns (or any complex datatype like user, multiple select) are not available to Calculated Columns. But (most of) the data is available in the JavaScript ctx.ListData object when the Page is built (I am not 100% sure SP2010 had the full functionality) Type ctx.ListData in the F12 Dev console to explore what is there You can use it in a ...


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<script src="//code.jquery.com/jquery-1.10.2.js"> $(window).load(function(){your code here...}); </script> This will upload your code only when all your DOM has loaded


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Most likely because the MDS (Minimal Download Strategy) Feature is enabled which makes only changed content on the page update. Disable the MDS feature or Write extra code to execute your JS always 2 Takes some serious programming, there is not much MDS information out there, besides, MDS has no future, it looks like Microsoft already disabled it on ...


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I would suggest to put your code inside document.ready() function and check. $(document).ready(function(){ **--- Your code here** });


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There is a mistake when you're selecting the elements using multiple classes. It should be like this $('.ms-microfeed-userName, .ms-textLarge, .ms-subtleLink').attr("href");  Instead of $('.ms-microfeed-userName ms-textLarge ms-subtleLink').attr("href");


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How can I implement a calculated column having return type 'single line of text' and the column should be a hyperlink. Not, outputting HTML is an undocumented feature that only works with non-Text datatypes Datatypes: Single Line of Text outputs the Calculation result as bare text (showing all HTML tags) Number outputs correct HTML, but wrapped in an ...


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or just edit view aspx in designer and add LinkToItem="TRUE" for the desired column example: <ViewFields> <FieldRef Name="DocIcon"/> <FieldRef Name="Title" LinkToItem="TRUE"/> <FieldRef Name="field3"/> <FieldRef Name="field4"/> <FieldRef Name="...


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There is another post regarding vanity URL's. This outlines ways to rewrite your URLs on the IIS. Link to post


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Added modified SafelinkURL code in Itemstyle.xsl as 'code' 'code' reference the SAFeLinkURL in the appropriate site column as : 'code' 'code'


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We've the same Issue, but only at at sites where 3 languages are activated. If we have enabled: english, Germany, France and deactivate France, quick Navigation is working again


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As an alternative (only to display a Hyperlink in a VIEW) you can use a calculated column, with the datatype set to DateTime (Number will align the HTML to the right) to output it as HTML. This also has the maximum string length of 255 characters BUT you can concatenate multiple strings up to the maximum Formula length of 4000 bytes ="<a href='http://...


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You can not increase the limit. Possible workaround You can use Multi-Text column find more here OR You can use URL shortener like https://goo.gl/ and then store the URL in your hyperlink column. Google's URL shortener has JavaScript API. So call this API from your JS code and then store it in your hyperlink column. https://gist.github.com/hayageek/...


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You can't increase the character limit of the hyperlink column. But you have a workaround for it, Add a Multi-Text column to your list Edit the item that has long URL Go to the Multi-Text field and you will get Rich-Content Ribbon Click Insert on the Ribbon > Link > To Address Add your Title and long URL in the respected field Source: ...



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