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You may use below javascript to handle this scenario: var inDesignMode = document.forms[MSOWebPartPageFormName].MSOLayout_InDesignMode.value; /*(inDesignMode === "1") means Edit Mode; "0" DisplayMode */ if (inDesignMode === "1") { for (var i = 0; i < Page_Validators.length; i++) { ValidatorEnable(Page_Validators[i], false); } }


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If all instances of the Web Part have the same properties, maybe you can try to: Do the job once (i.e. add the Web Part, edit its properties, fill form required properties, apply). Export the Web Part from the Web Part's top-right menu Save the exported file (XML file with extension .dwp or .webpart) On every other pages, instead of adding a Web Part ...


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This might help you: On the View menu, click Manage Views. In the Views task pane, select the view whose margins you want to modify, and then click View Properties. In the View Properties dialog box, click the Page Setup tab. Under Margins, select the options that you want.


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You can Use Sharepoint Designer 2013 for it. This tutorial gives you a step by step description on how to create Custom Forms: http://social.technet.microsoft.com/wiki/contents/articles/23955.sharepoint-2013-building-custom-forms.aspx


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Yes. Use SharePoint Designer 2013. Create a New form for your list and write your html in the xslt part.


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Let's say your Web URL is http://server/sites/site01/sub01, and your list is at http://server/sites/site01/sub01/lists/list01. Your field display name is "My Field to Hide". If you have access to the SharePoint server, the best approach would be to set the field as hidden in new forms, as follow: Log on the SP server Launch a SharePoint Management ...


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You can hide fields using PowerShell in either newform, editform or viewform: $fld = $list.Fields["HideThisField"] $fld.ShowInNewForm = $false $fld.Update()



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