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One of the ways of doing this (for all three forms) is to modify how the field itself is displayed. That is, go to list settings -> select your "Person or Group" field to open its edit field page. Now there should be a drop-down at the very bottom saying something like "Specify which information to display", and there you will get options like "Email", ...


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For SharePoint 2010 only. One can use below script for freezing header of the list. It provides both vertical and horizontal scrolling of headers. //jquery lib <script src="https://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/2.2.2/jquery.min.js"></script> //style sheet <style type="text/css"> .fixedBlock { POSITION: fixed; TOP: 15px ...


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I do not know if the default behaviour of HTML rendering can be overridden for BCS list, however I have used HTML editor to supply filter parameters to web parts before. Check out this article to understand how you could filter a web part externally i.e. maybe via a value in a text box or through a drop-down. The concept is, you create an HTML form with ...


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If you are using CQWP to display list items then you can manage the view and look and feel of your list items in any of the manner which you want. You have full access to work with look and feel of List item in CQWP using SPD. Please have a look to this link Customizing the Content Query Web Part and Item Style Or if you want to read full article on this ...


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Yes you can. Just go to modify view page, and add the filters like this: closing date is greater than or equal to [Today] publish date is less than or equal to [Today]


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The Windows Explorer view of SharePoint does not support views defined in SharePoint. Explorer view will simply shows the folders and documents present in SharePoint and ignore any views defined in SharePoint. Paul


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Just go to your display form, edit the page and add the listview webpart of the other list you want to get data from. Edit the properties of this listview and add a webpart connection that connects the listview with the display form. There you can choose which field connects to what. ...


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To update my post, i found what i needed in JsLink CSR & CSS so if anybody have the same need : do think of that solution.


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I assume you have proper user-groups setup. Filter with caml on user Groups in SharePoint designer like so: <Where> <Or> <Membership Type="CurrentUserGroups"> <FieldRef Name="AssignedTo"/> </Membership> <Eq> <FieldRef Name="AssignedTo"/> <Value ...


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Unless I am reading your post incorrectly, this should work: 1) Go to the library/list settings 2) Click the view you would like to edit at the bottom of the page 3) Navigate down to the Sort section 4) Select the primary and secondary columns you wish to sort by 5) Choose ascending or descending 6) Click OK FYI - On the same page as the Sort ...


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If users only need to see items they have created - then use the advanced list configuration and set item read and create/edit access that were "created by the user" Open your list In the ribbon go to settings Click on Advanced Find the Item Permission part of the page and set accordingly. Admins, owners or anyone with the 'Cancel Checkout' permission ...


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Limit is still 50 in SP2010. Users can select from 50+ views in the Current View drop-down but when editing the view in web parts you are limited to the first 50 views created. Not all views being displayed in my web part


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You can add the same list to a page multiple times, edit those web parts to show different views and change the web part titles to describe the views.


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Just put the tabs in a Content Editor Web Part and make each tab link to the corresponding view. I would reference a html file in the Content Edit Web Part on each page so that if it needs to be changed, you only have to change it in one location. If you need the active tab to be a different color, create an active class and set that in another content ...


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Without adding a Field and when no sort order is specified in the View, you may be able to use an old trick: Open your List Settings page .../_layouts/15/listedit.aspx?List=%7B...%7D manually change the URL to: .../_layouts/15/reorder.aspx?List=%7B...%7D But the internal [ID] field or a custom Order field (and Sorting in the Viewsettings) might be more ...


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There is already an internal field called ID for every SharePoint list (AFAIK). You can make it visible by modifying your view and making this field visible. Note: This field gets auto incremented as you add items to the list, you don't need to handle it.


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You can use Jquery or java script to display your list within site collection or another site also. Here is a article which has a details go through about this topic. You don't have to use SharePoint designer(SPD) for this solution. And if you are ok with using SPD to do the task, you can follow this article. This is comparatively easy. As you are saying ...


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what is your return type? Try Number to make sure it renders the HTML. Also use semicolons in between your parameters, not commas. ="<span style='height:1ex;width:"&(10*1)&"px;border:1px green green;background-color:"&IF(Rating="Goals ...


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If you are editing your page and you select Web Part from the Insert Ribbon then you should find the Content Query part in the Content Rollup category. If you cannot find that query then you you make sure these site features are enabled: SharePoint Server Standard Site features and these Site Collection Features: SharePoint Server Standard Site ...


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Answering to self question, may be helpful to others: The approach is, in UserRank list I added Count columns as numeric. After each email from webpart the user count get increment. if user exist then his count increments. if not exist then add user with count 1. Each user entry has its incremental date in datetime column. Now create view on page where I ...


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When used in a Calculated Column Formula (set tot datatype=Number/DateTime so it outputs as HTML in A View (and View only)) you have to escape the "(double quote) properly: ="<a onclick=""javascript:location.href='UploadDocuments.aspx' + location.search"">Save</a>"


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You can use below mention CSS to fix the height of all multi line textbox whether it is in list view or in quick edit view. .ms-rtestate-field { max-height: 100px; overflow: auto; width: 250px; word-wrap: break-word; } Change the height & width as per your needs. Apply this CSS in SharePoint master page if you want to to work for all ...


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I wrote a CSR override script that will collapse long text fields, and provides a "show more / show less" link on each one that will allow you to expand the collapsed field so you can see the full text if you want (and then re-collapse it). MultilineShowMoreLess.js var DC = DC || {}; DC.multilineOverride = (function () { function ...


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You can do that by editing the view. If you modify the view, you will see several options for the Title field: Title Title (linked to item) Title (linked to item with edit menu) Choose the option that includes the edit menu in your view.


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You can use approach of using calculated column and achieve your functionality.. Look into this blog, this will provide you all you need to create hyperlink using Caluclated Column on List View. https://devdotnotes.wordpress.com/2012/01/29/sharepoint-caculated-column-and-hyperlink-no-workflow-or-script-needed/


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Consider using Client Side Rendering and JSLinks. Sample code can be found here


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Turns out the offending style is: tr.ms-viewheadertr > th.ms-vh-icon:last-child { display:none; } Boarders had been applied and the above assisted the correct rendering of the right column. For now I have removed that portion of the styling and edit works as expected. In order to render the right boarder on the last column I set a boarder to the ...


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You'll need to edit the webpart and change the view of the webpart to the "All Items" view that you just edited. Each webpart can have their own anonymous view that isn't tied back to a list, but is custom to that specific webpart. All you need to do is change the view of the webpart at the top of the webpart properties.



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