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Here are a few more differences I've encountered when working with both Wiki Pages and Web Part Pages, from a more practical standpoint: Wiki Pages Can place web parts inline with text and freely drag and drop them anywhere, including, for example, within cells of an HTML table, providing a means for very precise layout. Can choose from 8 "Text Layouts", ...


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You can use: 1. /_api/web/GetFolderByServerRelativeUrl('/LibraryName')/files. If this is not working for you, check the relative URL is correct. For eg: for a site collection starting with /sites/siteColl, relative URL would be /sites/SiteColl/SitePages. Also, navigate to the library to check the correct URL. 2. /_api/web/lists/getbytitle('LibName')/items ...


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So you have empty Wikipages which serve as a stub? The ductape approach is to place javascript on the page with a Content Editor WebPart <script> window.location='[YOURURL]'; </script>


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When you create or copy wikipages, be sure to add the propertie "wikiContent" as well as the web parts. Set the wikicontent with : Item[SPBuiltInFieldId.WikiField] = wikiContent; Item.Update(); Add webparts with the web part manager (this example copies web parts from one page to another): var wpManagerTemplate = ...


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AFAIK There is no "Clicks and Done" way. If you know sharepoint desinger. Open your home page in SPD Insert custom new form webpart in webpart zone Save the page Please see if below mentioned links help Display New Form of a List in a Web Part page ...


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Thanks John, for plugging my product :) OneNote online is indeed cool for a "wiki in a file" concept and I have taken to using that for my on-line documentation because it is so easy to work with. Sometimes however a wiki is a better option and so I reckon they are not dead just yet. The inadequacies of SharePoint wikis have vexed me for a long time, ...


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We use OneNote (which supports concurrent editors, offline, copy and paste, deeplinks, mobile apps ... the feature list goes on and on) for collaboration. Enterprise Wiki is a one-off publishing step for us, and we have a fairly competent SharePoint Content Owner (or rather, the owner has a competent lackey) that publishes the images from OneNote into an ...


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I hear all the reasons why SharePoint doesn't support this, but this feature is currently the difference between our users using the SharePoint wiki and not using it. It is a shame too, because it has lots of benefits, but there are no benefits if no one uses it. In Office 365, both the OneNote and Outlook web applications now support pasting images in the ...



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