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Not saying that this is necessarily the problem, but I have never liked dynamically loading scripts by writing a script tag into the head. So my first inclination would be to get rid of the loadJS function and just load the chart.js script normally: <canvas id="myChart" width="600" height="400"></canvas> <!-- just load the chart.js script ...


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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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You can use the JavaScript Object Model to create and delete items. For reference, see Common Programming Tasks in the JavaScript Object Model, the SP Namespace, and SharePoint 2010 Client Object Model Hierarchy and Identity. Here's an example function to get you started: function moveItem(sourceItemId){ var sourceListTitle = "My Source List"; var ...


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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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There are two views to each web part page, the shared or public view, and the personal view. If you go to the Welcome menu and select "Personalize this page" you will see this message: You are editing the Personal Version of this page If you go back to the Welcome menu and select "Show Shared View" then you can add the text on the ...



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