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Apr
30
answered How do I dynamically insert a web part onto a page using Sharepoint Designer 2010?
Apr
5
comment How to display only future events in Content Query Web Part?
Updated my answer for a calendar list. Created and Modified are in the filter list but not some other time and date fields. For example, the start date and end date fields of a calendar list are supported by the content query web part when you manual editing the .dwp and add the fields in as described on MSDN.
Apr
5
revised How to display only future events in Content Query Web Part?
grammar
Apr
3
comment How to display only future events in Content Query Web Part?
What is your source list? A time and date column in the announcements list for example, is named created.
Apr
2
answered How to display only future events in Content Query Web Part?
Mar
22
revised How do I apply a calculated column to new items only?
Rephrased title in the form of a question, removed unneccessary text
Mar
22
answered How do I apply a calculated column to new items only?
Mar
22
suggested suggested edit on How do I apply a calculated column to new items only?
Mar
18
awarded  Taxonomist
Mar
16
awarded  Popular Question
Mar
15
comment Use custom columns with Content Query Web Part
it may be because it's managed metadata.
Mar
15
comment REST and CSOM much slower than List Web Service
under what conditions? does order matter? did the second execution of any method return different results? benchmarking is tricky.
Mar
12
revised Deploying a webpart to multiple site collections?
Updated a spelling error in the title and re-wrote in the form of a question. Removed the word solution from the title as it confused the technical issue.
Mar
12
comment SP2010 - User profile results with mix-and-match NETBIOS/DNS domains
I'm not sure. There isn't much info available on UseOnlyPreferredDomainControllers.
Mar
12
suggested suggested edit on Deploying a webpart to multiple site collections?
Mar
12
comment Deploying a webpart to multiple site collections?
I agree with @Alexander. The wording in this answer is confusing. Solutions are not scoped. Features are.
Mar
12
comment SP2010 - User profile results with mix-and-match NETBIOS/DNS domains
I've updated with another possible solution for the case you specify in the comment.
Mar
12
revised SP2010 - User profile results with mix-and-match NETBIOS/DNS domains
added another possible solution
Mar
12
answered SP2010 - User profile results with mix-and-match NETBIOS/DNS domains
Mar
12
comment Deploying a webpart to multiple site collections?
good point. I've clarified the wording.