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Aug
5
comment Library name in Content Query Web Part
I found it, I extracted the GUID of Document ID using this script. <FieldRef ID="{3b63724f-3418-461f-868b-7706f69b029c}" Nullable="True" Type="Text" /> worked for me! Thanks again.
Aug
5
comment Library name in Content Query Web Part
Thanks. It worked but I can't access DocumentID with it (I enabled DocumentID feature on Site collection for all Form libraries). Any thoughts how to make it work? I tried both <FieldRef ID="{3b63724f-3418-461f-868b-7706f69b029c}" Type="Text" /> and <FieldRef ID="{ae3e2a36-125d-45d3-9051-744b513536a6}" Nullable="True" Type="Text" />
Oct
14
comment Sitemap: Expand only current site
2010 Enterprise.
Oct
14
comment Sitemap: Expand only current site
Thanks for the jQuery solution. But I don't have LI and UL in the DOM. The menu is created with a complex nested tables. Is there a way to located those TRs?
Sep
11
comment HTML tags in breadcrumb
+1, &#x2082 did the trick. Thank you.
Sep
3
comment Multiple master pages or layouts?
+1. CSS made it so striaghtforward and easy. I am more interested in learning @PerJakobsen's way :-) Thanks for your input!
Sep
3
comment Multiple master pages or layouts?
+1, thanks for the input. But I already have a delegate control inside the footer for search bar. Please take a look at the Update section of my original post. Can you please explain how to digest the entire block in a User control and activate the feature. I am new to SharePoint publishing sites. A little explicit steps would be brilliant! :-)