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I fixed this issue by adding a content editor webpart. Inside this content editor webpart I refer to a custom css. Inside this css I have a fixed width of the left navigation.
You can't, this is an all or nothing setting. It is either content approval for everyone, or no one.
http://truapps.portalfront.com/how-to-copy-and-move-files-between-sharepoint-document-libraries-and-folders.html Select the Library tab > choose the > 'Open with Explorer' tab and it will allow you to easily move files to folders, copy/paste, etc. Provides the same functionality windows explorer allows. *requires Windows OS and 32 bit browser
You can use a list or a pages library on a publishing site. The publishing feature is only available with the Enterprise license. You can build a list view web part, a data view web part (DVWP) or a content by query web part (CQWP). DVWP can easily be styled in SharePoint Designer. CQWP styling requires changes to some core XSLT files, like itemstyle.xslt ...
I don't think there would be a way around. Because it seems that they have intentionally kept this feature and hence provided the Save Conflict popup to deal with the situation. Update : Using Page Layout you can hide it as follows. Wrap <b> <SharePoint:EncodedLiteral runat="server" ...
You should either call the GetListItems method recursively for each subfolders, or even better, you should call this method using the <QueryOptions><ViewAttributes Scope='RecursiveAll' /></QueryOptions> query option, that returns all items and subfolders. See a sample here. If you need to perform the action from a web page via ...
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