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This needs to be configured in 2 places: Find pagesize="30" and specify the value you need there Find <xsl:variable name="RowLimit" select="30" /> and specify the value you need there.
I understand this is an older post but I was struggling with this same issue over the past couple days and have found a solution I thought I would share. The trick is in understanding how the CQWP actually builds the XML structure. You can see this by editing the ContentQueryMain.xsl (found at /Style Library/XSL Style Sheets) by adding a new template that ...
Not sure if this applies to SP2013, it is for SP2010 If you are only showing a single list you can also use a "normal" list view webpart (XLV). In the settings there is an option to define an XSL-link in the misc. tab. There are lots of guides about customizing XSL of an XLV.
You can use Map Network Drive feature - from there on you can use any IDE you want. The process differs depending whether you are connection to Sharepoint Online(Office 365) or On-prem. See this links below: Sharepoint Online http://nikpatel.net/2014/12/23/mapping-network-drive-for-office-365-and-sharepoint-online/ Sharepoint On-prem ...
This is working for me: <xsl:choose> <xsl:when test="string-length(@AboutUsDetailedIntroduction) > 500" > <xsl:value-of select="substring(@AboutUsDetailedIntroduction, 1, 500)" disable-output-escaping="yes"/> ...<a href="">Red More</a> </xsl:when> <xsl:otherwise> ...
After taking some time away from it, I figured out what was going on. When I initially added the list view web part, the TablePos column had not yet been created in the list, and wasn't included in the view of the web part. I was generating the XML using a second list view web part that included the TablePos column by default, so it was returning XML for ...
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