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try opening the page and adding ?contents=1 to the end of the URL to get to the WebPart maintenance page. There you can see existing WebParts. Try referencing this solution


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Simple way to hide view header would be to use CSS - Add a content editor webpart on view page (under Media & Content Category). Add below code in the content section. .ms-viewheadertr { display:none; }


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In a nutshell, Apps use client-side API, and traditional solutions use server-side API. Apps are more limited in terms what you can do, but are generally considered to be easier to maintain and deploy in the long run when these apps need to span over several SharePoint versions. This blog post describes all aspects and links to further articles with details ...


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Webparts are deployed as part of SharePoint solution files (wsp). As well as there are standard webparts that are available as part of SharePoint install (content editor etc.) Removing a webpart from a page will not affect the same webpart installed on other pages. While if you remove a webpart solution it basically remove the webpart files from the farm ...


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Here are the steps you should execute Get the XML for webpart Load Limited Webpart Manager object Add web part. You can find details on https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/office/hh185010(v=office.14).aspx#sectionSection1 Add an existing WebPart Using the Sharepoint client object Model


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Try putting following script in Script Editor webpart on the page. Hope this might help you out. <script type="text/javascript" src="https://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/1.11.3/jquery.min.js"></script> <script type="text/javascript"> $(document).ready(function(){ $(".ms-list-itemLink > a").each(function(){ ...


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You can do this even without using $(document).ready(function(). Attach JS in your webpart. <script src="/sites/DevNum/testjd/SiteReformeTest/js/palette.js"></script> You just need to remove $(document).ready(function(){ from your code. Write only below function in your JS file. function getItemsToBeUpdated() { ... ...


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You should try below code without $(document).ready(function(){ $( "#palettebutton" ).click(function() { ---------- Your code will be here ---------- alert( "Handler for .click() called." ); });


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You can do it quite simply by including a little bit of JavaScript on the page. Either add it through a script web part of save to a file and add the file through a content web part. window.onload = function () { document.getElementById('inplaceSearchDiv_WPQ4_lsinput').placeholder = 'Ex: SMS12345'; ...


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This is not sharepoint problem rather it is issue with I.E. Enhanced security which is causing the issue. You can disable the certificate check from IE to disable it or use the below link for other options http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/ie/forum/ie9-windows_other/error-content-was-blocked-because-it-was-not/7528770d-0031-49ea-a61f-201b1958eb15?auth=1


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If it's SharePoint 2013 you can go to that file (ms office files) click on the elipses so you get the preview, at the bottom of the preview there is a drop down, click the drop down and select embed information. Copy the code and paste it in a content editor.


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Apply the css rule to the page you are displaying the Picture Slide show: You can either add a script editor web part on the page and add the following css: <style> div[ID^="MSOPictureLibrarySlideshowWebPart"] {text-align:center;} </style> Or add it directly to your custom css You can see in the screen shot above, the title of the ...


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Edit the page and then edit the web part in question and you can change the view. You can select one of the different views available, or create one that matches what you want!


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If you are using SharePoint online (haven't tried it in SP 2013), you can use the following: _spPageContextInfo.userId; and this will return the user ID you can then take that and append your URL!


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Shefali has the correct answer but if there are multiple lists on the page this will remove them all. If you want to only target one of them select it in IE Developer of Chrome Developer and find the web part ID. Preface this first. ex #MSOZoneCell_WebPartWPQ01 .ms-viewheadertr { display:none; } I would also put the style tags in... It should look like this ...


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It is important that where you do this in the web part life-cycle. If you do it as part of the Render method it will be too late - the chrome has already been drawn by then. On the other end of the scale if you do it to early then your setting will be overridden when SharePoint applies the settings from the toolpart. Look at doing it in something like the ...


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Sorry mate but it might not be possible. You must have to change the controls settings using SharePoint designer. As you have mentioned, You do not have access to SharePoint Designer so i think it might be not possible using any script. Because you must have to change StaticDisplayLevels and MaximumDynamicDisplayLevel within V4QuickLaunchMenu to make it ...


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You need to activate the publishing feature on the site collection Site Actions > Site Settings >Site collection features > SharePoint Server Publishing Infrastructure Site Actions > Site Settings >Manage site features >SharePoint Server Publishing Please verify these and see if it works.


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Turn scripting capabilities on and off for SharePoint Online Tenant. It will enable\disable some features & webparts in SharePoint Online Tenant. You can follow the below mentioned link to enable scripting. Enabling scripting capabilities After 24 hours you will get features & webparts in your SharePoint Online mentioned in below link. The new ...


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Do you mean that the Project Task and Issue are lists on your site ? You can add a ‘content query web part’ to display the project task or the Issue .Then detailed steps are like following: Open the change on which you want to show the web part . Click Site Setting >Edit Page>Add a web part >Content Query web part>Edit >Modify shared web part. Set the ...



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