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SharePoint/Exchange/Outlook enthusiast with a dedication to usability & accessibility and branding & Web design.

Loving extreme SharePoint GUI customization & tweaking and enhancing built-in functionality.

Strong dedication to cross browser/device/operating system support when architecting & building SharePoint branding solutions.


Nov
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revised Displaying SharePoint List View in a ASPX file
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Nov
19
comment Hiding data from anonymous users in SharePoint Foundation 2010 site
All hosted SharePoint offerings I have evaluated and/or used myself over the past seven years neither allowed web.cobfig access nor deploying SharePoint farm scoped solutions to run SPWebConfigModifications via a feature. However, I'd be happy if you could proof me wrong and provide a name of a commercial hoster which does.
Nov
18
revised Displaying SharePoint List View in a ASPX file
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Nov
18
answered Displaying SharePoint List View in a ASPX file
Nov
18
awarded  Civic Duty
Nov
15
comment SPF2010 Blog displays “Alert Me” for anonymous users
Thanks! But this is for a SharePoint 2007 DataFormWebPart/DataViewWebPart using SharePoint Designer 2007. I'm looking for a way to change the SharePoint 2010 XsltViewWebPart blog.xsl source without SharePoint Designer 2010. How would I apply the info you supplied in that case?
Nov
15
comment SPF2010 Blog displays “Alert Me” for anonymous users
Do you have an example how to add the parameter for the current user?
Nov
14
answered Customizing the default alert type on /_layouts/subnew.aspx?
Nov
14
comment SPF2010 Blog displays “Alert Me” for anonymous users
Changing the permission level for anon users is grayed out and I cannot change anything there :(
Nov
14
answered Error in GetUserProfileByName (after August Update)
Nov
14
comment SPF2010 Blog displays “Alert Me” for anonymous users
Thanks for the pointer! Followed your steps but now my authenticated readers don't have the alert link but anonymous still have it :(
Nov
14
comment SPF2010 Theme not getting applied for anonymous users
Sorry, didn't spot the link you added. Now I wish TechNet would have more details how such a link should look like. Well, it looks like I'm going to whip up a custom DelegateControl to have a generic solution without messing with the masterpage.
Nov
14
revised SPF2010 Theme not getting applied for anonymous users
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Nov
14
comment SPF2010 Blog displays “Alert Me” for anonymous users
I seem to be too dumb to figure out how to remove the Create Alerts option form the Read permission level only for anonymous users. Any hint where to look?
Nov
14
awarded  Scholar
Nov
14
comment SPF2010 Theme not getting applied for anonymous users
Sorry, I meant AAM is NOT used either.
Nov
14
comment SPF2010 Theme not getting applied for anonymous users
Thanks! Marked this as answer. Do you by any chance have a link to the TechNet source and an example how such a link should look like?
Nov
14
accepted SPF2010 Theme not getting applied for anonymous users
Nov
14
comment SPF2010 Theme not getting applied for anonymous users
No, the WebApp is not extended and no AAM is used either. As mentioned already, it happens with a simple stock SPWeb without any special config.
Nov
14
comment SPF2010 Blog displays “Alert Me” for anonymous users
Sounds good. Will give it a try and post back here. Thanks!