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One way is to put the page in to "maintenance" mode by simply adding "contents=1" in the query string. So for example: http://sharepoint.yours.com/site/pages/page.aspx?contents=1 Then, you will see the types of web parts on the page.


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I found a solution. Here it is: I modified the view of my documents Library to display all elements flat, without folders. Then I created this JSLink: var DocuView = DocuView || {}; DocuView.itemHtml = function (ctx) { var title = ctx.CurrentItem.Title; var fileRef = ctx.CurrentItem.FileRef; var fileLeafRef = ctx.CurrentItem.FileLeafRef; ...


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On the OOB Document content type, Name is the required field that is the name of the file, Title is optional. Is it possible that the Title field was never filled out for the documents in question? I believe the internal name of the Name column is FleLeafRef, so if you change your display template to use <span ...


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If I understand you correctly, I would create a new CSWP display template. That way you can add in the code (shown highlighted in yellow) that will make the link open in a new window. I usually copy the Item_TwoLines.html display template and modify for my needs. You can find it in the site collection master page gallery > Display Templates > Content ...


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One option could be to use Excel charts/graph and publish it on SharePoint Online with Excel Services. Check the links below: http://www.dummies.com/how-to/content/how-to-use-sharepoint-online-excel-services.html https://support.office.com/en-us/article/BI-capabilities-in-Excel-and-Office-365-26c0548e-124c-4fd3-aab3-5f64568cb743


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Try the below code in a content/script editor webpart. Change the name of the column. I see the max-width of the column is set to 500px. So if you want to make your column width more than 500px, then you have to change the max-width, otherwise that is not needed. I ran this code on SharePoint online and it worked fine. <script ...


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Blog posts will always have a Content Type Id starting with 0x0110, so this query will show you all blog posts: keywordQuery.QueryText = "ContentTypeId:0x0110*"; And this query will also let you filter by date - in this example, only display blog posts from 2016-01-01: keywordQuery.QueryText = "ContentTypeId:0x0110* Created>=2016-01-01"; By default ...



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