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Add a pop-up tag to SharePoint master page. Manage the display of the pop-up and page using CSS. Based on whether user accepts or rejects the disclaimer, define script functions. On acceptance, set some value in User Profile properties to validate his/her choice for the next time the user logs in. For some pointers on doing the same, you may have a look at ...


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I usually use REST for this sort of thing. This example is looking for a list called 'FooterLinks' and populating them into a div with the jquery each method. $.ajax({ url: "/_api/web/lists/GetByTitle('FooterLinks')/items", type: "GET", headers: { "accept": "application/json;odata=verbose", }, success: function (data) { ...


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Try adding the type="text/javascript" in the <script> tag references, like this: <script type="text/javascript" src="http://yoursite/sites/yourlibrary/jquery.min.js"></script> <script type="text/javascript" src="http://yoursite/sites/yourlibrary/StickyHeaders_v2.9BETA.js"></script> Also see these posts: sharepoint 2013 / ...


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Try adding the query string parameter to the URL: IsDlg=1 Can't test right now but that works for dialogs. Maybe it works for the page viewer too. I can try it out when I get back to my desk. EDIT Thanks to Akhoy for pointing out an issue with IsDlg when using the PageViewer web part. David Lozzi's blog describes the issue but basically, use IsDlg if ...


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Maybe a ListView WebPart and then change the View to Filter by Title or Tags


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I will try to answer your first question first: The error you are posting is just a generic message that can be displayed because of several causes. Please take a look at your ULS logs and tell us which is your issue in detail. Here the solution to two of them based on ULS information: 1) App Management Shared Service Application Proxy not installed 2) ...


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Did you check your permission on the site? It is possible that you have access on parent site but for this site the permissions are broken. Please goto site settings->site permissions->Check Permissions You'll require EDIT permission to actually edit the page and then save it.


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I have had the same struggle. I have found a way to make it work via a site column. I created a new site column with the choice of Summary Links data. I added the site column to the content type I am using for my page layout. This allowed me to add a working summary links snippet to the page. The snippet will show up under Page Fields instead of Dynamic ...


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There's a lot of locations in your code that may fail with an NRE. For instance, it could be the group that is not found, or a group with no email address... You're only hope is to get more information on the error (like the Stack Trace). For that purpose, you may: Add try...catch blocks in your code (a best pratice anyway), and display detailed ...


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under Advanced options in webpart options, you have at the bottom option named Target audience. you can look there and check if that can help you.


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By Default search should bring you results across all Sites (the users has Access to). Or you did somehow scoped the results to current Site


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There are few things we need to check. Is Outlook installed on your SharePoint 2013 server? If yes then, have you referenced it? Ways to reference the dll which is to be used in Application Page or else where Best Practice: If you are making a deployment .wsp for your project then place this dll in your package. Open up your SharePoint Project in ...


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You can do this by using something called a Control Adapter. Here are a couple of links to get you started Removing Web Parts tables in SharePoint Remove Web Part Zone table with Control Adapter


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I've not encountered this issue before, but I don't think I've encountered a list with over 50 public views either. You may also want to consider just using either a content query web part or search webpart and customize your view from there. You then have flexibility in using XSLT or display templates. You can still link back to the actual calendar list ...


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It seems that the List View Web Part is limited to 50 views appearing in the Selected View drop-down field. See the Tech Net discussion thread Dashboard (web part) pages - cannot add view to web part and also see Not all views being displayed in my web part. It sounds like this limit is not well-documented, though. You can use the Edit the current view to ...


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That is very odd. The "Open on page" column shows your webparts are already on the page. Usually the issue is under that column they are not open, and you need to re-open (of which they show up under a special category in the webpart ribbon for closed webparts). Check that you are not viewing the "personal view" of the page. If that is not the cause then ...


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<SharePoint:DateTimeControl ID="dtControl" runat="server" DateOnly="true" DatePickerFrameUrl="../_layouts/15/iframe.aspx" />


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Had the same wish for my SharePoint environment, but I didn't find anything I liked. So I took the default stuff and made it "ok". Two days ago, I posted the english version how I did that. Maybe it will fit for your requirement, too. If you like it, please give this post a vote up or mark it as answer if you will do it the same way.


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Make sure the visual webpart is in the package in your visual studio project. Update the solution with this command Update-SPSolution -Identity contoso_solution.wsp -LiteralPath c:\contoso_solution_v2.wsp -GACDeployment If the webpart is still not there, reactivate the feature or reinstall the feature.


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Each WebPart should have its own ID, and you can iterate over all WebParts in the manager (I don't do backend, but conceptually the same as front-end) As for best pratice; don't mess with styles. Transfer all your display logic to CSS classes, and only set those Classes in your code. That way your presentation is a lot more loosly coupled with your backend ...


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The issue is because the Subscription Plan in the Tenant site does not Support Content Search Web Parts. May be the error should have been “ Your Subscription plan cannot activate the feature.” :) Learning : Check the Service Description of the SharePoint o365 Plans before troubleshooting .


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Try adding the dll as SafeControl entry. Steps are given below: Navigate as shown below: Under Advanced Tab, select as shown below: Fill as shown below in the Add Existing Assembly window. Note: You can place your dll in the web application's BIN folder in the server and pick like shown above.


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I would also add to the list of the web parts that you can use to change your AD password within SharePoint environment is Virto SharePoint Change Password Web Part. It supports both AUTH methods - AD and Form-based. You can download it here. As I know boost has a similar web part too. Hope it will help you!


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I personally found that extending the maximum width of the main area and the Post List was the best method: .ms-blog-MainArea { min-width:560px; max-width:1460px; width:100%; } .ms-blog-postList { padding:0px; list-style-type:none; margin-top:0px; margin-right:24px; margin-bottom:0px; min-width:370px; max-width:1270px; } This allows the blog post section ...


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You can use the OOTB blogs list-view webpart. But you also need to add categories listview webpart and blog tools to make it work. ->Add a webpart ->select Apps->Posts ->edit the webpart select "summary view" in view dropdown ->add categories listview webpart in the same way and "change the vieww to "summary view". ->Add blog tools webpart from Blog ...


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It's a long mess but eventually I got a solution through a custom App Part and angular. It definitely needs some more help before I'll be happy with it but it is functional. Here's a good start point for people. If someone wants to add to it please post a link here. I'll do it when I can. "use strict"; window.Communica = window.Communica || {}; var app = ...


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If you create one per query / transaction, it is much easier to manage "closing" the connections. I can see why common sense dictates that you should open one and use it throughout, but you will run into problems with dropped connections and multi threading. So your next step will be to open a pool, say of 50, connections and keep them all open, doling them ...


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I had a similar issue. Somehow the properties of the files in my web part got erased. I set the properties again and when I deployed the web part was once again in the web part gallery. These properties have to be set: The web parts' element.xml deployment type should be set to ElementManifest The ascx-file build type should be content, deployment type ...


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It sounds like others have had problems with editing pages in SharePoint 2013 and the page just refreshes instead of opening in edit mode and web part properties can't be changed. This is related to Internet Explorer 11 not running in compatibility mode. Read this article and the comment from Waseem Khan in the comments section: ...


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You can do this using a Content Query Web Part. Add the Content Query Web Part to the page where you want to display a list of the links to other pages. Then open the web part properties and expand the Query section. For the Source: section, select the Show items from all sites in this site collection option. Then in the List Type: section, select Pages ...


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You don't add web parts to a list, you add them to a page. A good thing to keep in mind is that lists and libraries are where you store and manage your data, pages and web parts are for presenting it out. To add a web part, go to the page you want to add the web part to, then edit the page (you can do this using the Page tab in the ribbon if it's there, or ...


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Not sure but have you edited the page. Once the page is in edit mode then you would be able to see the Add a Web Part section.


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That is not how you add a form webpart. That will just redirect you to EditForm.aspx. Instead try this: Edit the page -> Add a page viewer web part by clicking on Add a web part. Once you've added the page viewer web part, edit the web part to show this URL: http://siteUrl/Lists/ListName/EditForm.aspx


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can u add "lists/yourlistname" for the property listurl ( make sure the list is located in the same root sitecollection or with in the subsite based on the location where ever you add) and give a try. Also, GUID property should be with braces.


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If you did create it as a content editor web part, then you should be able to export it. Once exported, It can be uploaded to the web part gallery and then used in many places.


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you can try the following code snippet and use it in a custom webpart/visual web part to filter and display the links of the specific template based sub sites. using Microsoft.SharePoint; using Microsoft.SharePoint.Meetings; public void DisplayLinks() { using (SPSite site = new ...


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Here are the sites you may want to read: CSR - Client Side Rendering The SharePoint 2013 programmers way http://www.viewmaster365.com/#/How Yes you can display HTML/Javascript without the need for CSR, in a Calculated Column How to use Today and Me in Calculated column How to display Today calculations in a View with JavaScript in Calculated Column (or ...


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There's quite a bit of info missing from this post, but here are some things you need to check: DNS - can users in y.local resolve sp.x.local? Network path - can you get HTTP or HTTPS traffic from x.local to y.local (ports 80, 443)? Authentication - Is your SP configured to allow users from y.local? My first port of call would be to use Fiddler from a ...


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i was able to achieve something similar in a page populated with several instances of Content by search webparts with display templates: i had to append parameters to all document links (both in and outside the webparts) first using $(document).ready didn't seem to work at all so i used $(function) to replace all links outside of the webparts cfr. ...


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Yes, move solution via wsp file taking in release mode by visual studio. Restore site collection backup if both environment are same otherwise you have to move single - single list library stp file.


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No, because this web part is part of SharePoint 2010 enterprise license. Technically, this is not only webpart you need but on the back end you need to turn on the features which are also part of EE. Even you get the webpart but still dependent features missing.


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When it comes to moving/copying/migrating lists and other elements from one environment to another i have good experiences of using the Product ShareGate. In the gui you select Source and Target and then you can map additional properties and thereafter migrate the elements (and/or content etc.). I am not sure of if it will be able to migrate your customized ...


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Best way to move SharePoint solutions is using .wsp file which is created as you deploy any solution just copy from development, paste in production and then add and deploy solution there by power shell. To move list use export functionality in central admin of development and then import the .cmp file in production. done!


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The Custom_AddListMenuItems injection point is called anytime the context menu is invoked on click event. To apply a different menu on all web parts connected to the a specific list only, just make a check on the ctx list name as follows: function Custom_AddListMenuItems(m, ctx) { if(ctx.listName == "{0738B7FB-4C2E-4595-8CB3-0F9C039E281C}") { ...


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after making any modification you must press ctrl+S to save the changes then click on another place in the page and all controls will be activated in the ribbon.


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Maybe you can use the BASE tag <head> <base href="[url]"> </head> http://webdesign.tutsplus.com/articles/quick-tip-set-relative-urls-with-the-base-tag--cms-21399 http://stackoverflow.com/questions/1889076/is-it-recommended-to-use-the-base-html-tag


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I'm afraid there is no other way than updating all the htm files. In SharePoint relative paths does not work that way, even if index.htm resides inside the Library.. href='page1.html' would simply mean rootsite/page1.htm Not even the inner site collection will be placed, that means if you have rootsite/sites/innersite/library/page1.htm and you refer it as ...


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How comfortable are you with JavaScript, REST, Asynchronous processing? The information you want is not available with one call, you have to recursively process Webs and Lists Starting points: Retrieve folders and sub folders from document library by REST call Get all Files and Folders in one call



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