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Certified SharePoint 2010/2013 and Office 365 technology expert with more than 9 years in IT industry and 4 years in SharePoint. Recently focused on development tools which improve user experience in SharePoint and reduce cost of development and configuration.


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answered Differences between environments in master pages
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Jun
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comment Dynamically hide column list item if the field is empty
I can recommend to leave default display form and place js-code before or after ListFormWebPart outside the WebPartZone
Jun
26
comment Dynamically hide column list item if the field is empty
Which version of SharePoint do you use?
Jun
25
comment Dynamically hide column list item if the field is empty
Hello, please, try to include jquery-library by using simple html tag: <script language="text/javascript" src="/SiteAssets/js/jquery-1.10.1-min.js" ></script>
Jun
20
answered Dynamically hide column list item if the field is empty
Apr
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answered How to disable/turnoff autocomplete in Sharepoint 2010
Jan
29
comment Add js to an InfoPath form
I can recommend you Forms Designer (spform.com) tool. It allows to create custom forms with your own javascript and css directly in the browser. But it's not free.
Jan
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Dec
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answered SP 2010: hide/disable column in edit form
Nov
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comment What is correct syntax for filtering a list on field values?
You can add calculated field into template of the library.
Nov
17
comment What is correct syntax for filtering a list on field values?
No, binded value will be the same for all items in the list. The best way is to use calculated column. Why don't you want to use it? It will not be visible for any user.
Nov
17
comment What is correct syntax for filtering a list on field values?
In queries you can use specific values, variables like [Me], [Today] and binded parameters of XLVWP or DVWP in the following way: {Parameter name}. msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ff630170.aspx
Nov
17
comment What is correct syntax for filtering a list on field values?
You can not compare two columns in CAML. As a workaround I've suggested to use calculated field.
Nov
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answered What is correct syntax for filtering a list on field values?
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answered Rating's not being saved
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