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you can use sprite cow to generate your css http://www.spritecow.com/


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Unfortunately I cannot add a comment due to insufficient reputation. But I guess you configured your mysite to use another domain as your "intra" web application. If yes than I believe the problem is described as an issue which exists since the preview of SharePoint 2013 as you can see in the following link. You need to scroll one item up to »Can't post ...


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$site = get-spsite "http://sis-intranet" #Give URL of a site collection whose web application is associated with this user profile service application $context= [Microsoft.office.server.servercontext]::GetContext($site) $userProfileManager = new-object Microsoft.office.server.userprofiles.userprofilemanager($context) $profiles = ...


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I would try Updating the User Profile via Powershell. $ap = Get-SPServiceApplication –Name "User Profile Service Application" Set-SPProfileServiceApplication –Identity $ap –MySiteHostLocation "http://portal:8080" Also, have you tried restarting IIS/UPS?


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Before uploading pictures you can turn off versioning for the Master Page Gallery, which will ensure all files will be in approved state. You can do this by: On the Master Page Gallery, click Library Settings. On Settings page, click Versioning settings. On the Versioning Settings , in the Content Approval section, for Require content approval for ...


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We fixed the issue by using below code var userpicUrl = '/_layouts/15/userphoto.aspx?accountname=' + userProfileProperties.get_accountName() + '&size=M&url=' + userProfileProperties.get_pictureUrl(); $('.profile-image img').attr('src', userpicUrl );


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There doesn't seem to be anything wrong with your code from the surface with a read through. So it could be that you need to add your site to the safe zones of your browser. Have you checked this in other browsers? If this is the case for IE go to Tools > Internet Options > Security > Local Intranet > Sites > Advanced > Then add your site here. If this ...


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I would recommend you to go through these steps, Create an import PictureURL mapping Perform a full profile synchronization Run the Update-SPProfilePhotoStore PowerShell command Create an import PictureURL mapping Perform a full profile synchronization Or You can go through this awesome tutorial with pictures.


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Have you tried to edit the the webpart to set it at fixed width/height to prevent from being scaled too large at low resolution? If you're not opposed to using some j-query, one of the options presented here might work for you. http://www.brighthub.com/internet/web-development/articles/94717.aspx


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Go to picture library, from the ribbon click on library -> modify view -> item limit, you can see item limit is set to 30, change it to 100


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Are the dimmensions different than what they should be or is it just a file size issue? Here's a brief overview of how the Photo management works in 2010: http://iedaddy.com/2010/12/sharepoint-2010photo-management-for-social-mysites/ you're only supposed to get three sizes, of 144/96/32. So what happens when you run this PowerShell command? ...


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Assuming you use SharePoint 2010 this really is a non-issue: When the user uploads the picture using the GUI, SharePoint generates 3 thumbnails with a max with/height (depending on portrait or landscape) of 144px (actually 104px if picture is square), 96px and 32 px. The thumbnail pictures are saved in the User Photos library in MySite host site, and used ...


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there is an codeplex solution which let you create a column based on a new custom fieldtype: http://sps2010imagefld.codeplex.com/


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The OOTB PictureLibrarySlideshow Web Part has some wierd logic that if the Picture Display Mode is Sequential then it'll max show 300 pictures if it's Random then it'll show up to 1500


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You can only have a one way sync of user profile properties between AD en SharePoint. You cannot import and export attributes at the same time unfortunately. More info at http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/gg188041.aspx and http://www.harbar.net/articles/sp2010ups.aspx (search for the keyword "direction" in both articles)


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This typically happens if there is a change of url for the mysite. A resolution for this mentioned on this link : http://www.normanbauer.com/2012/01/27/how-to-fix-broken-images-after-mysite-url-change-in-sharepoint-2010/ If this is not the case , then there is a hotfix for the same as discussed on MSDN forums over here: ...


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OK, I got your code working for me. You should change the property getter to look like the following, I left in the original lines for reference: #$AccountName = $UPD.UserProfile[1].Values[0].Value $Prop = $UPD.UserProfile | Where-Object { $_.Name -eq "AccountName" } $AccountName = $Prop.Values[0].Value #$PictureURL = $UPD.UserProfile[20].Values[0].Value ...


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Just add a css style into your page will solve this: <style> .dfwp-item { float:left; } </style> You can add the css statement into your page directly (by SharePoint Designer) or put a Content Editor Web Part into your page and set its Html Source with the css statement.


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Check following link to do multi column layout using CQWP http://pholpar.wordpress.com/2010/01/21/displaying-results-in-multiple-columns-using-the-content-query-web-part/ http://pholpar.wordpress.com/2011/03/17/displaying-results-in-multiple-columns-using-the-content-query-web-part-the-other-direction/



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