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I jumped on the SharePoint train in 2005 and have been hooked ever since. Through the years I have worked in over 60 environments building Intranet, Extranet, and Internet Sites. Having the opportunity to work in an array of industries including financial, publishing, media, life sciences, law, real estate, manufacturing, education, and local governments has provided me with an excellent foundation. While I mainly focus on adminitration I also do a lot with SharePoint Designer, InfoPath, and from time to time Visual Studio.

I work for Cardinal Solutions a Microsoft managed partner from their Charlotte, NC office.


Apr
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awarded  Yearling
Feb
20
awarded  Necromancer
Jan
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awarded  Popular Question
Sep
9
asked SharePoint Online: Getting Current User Information
Jul
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awarded  Tumbleweed
Jul
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asked Hide first navigation node in top navigation in SharePoint 2013
Jun
10
comment Error caused after adding XSLT list web part to page with Document Library web part
CQWP is my preferred method, but I am on SharePoint Foundation as mentioned at the bottom of my post. No CQWP available, though I may have this client on SharePoint Online in the coming months, fingers crossed. I have had plenty of luck with these list views in the past when they have been needed.I am wondering about this server in particular, though I now have it patched to April 2013 CU.
Jun
9
asked Error caused after adding XSLT list web part to page with Document Library web part
Apr
18
comment SharePoint 2010 RSS Viewer Web Part Fails to Load
There doesnt seem to be any real consitancy besides load order with this. I myself am having a similar issue, I have two RSS feeds and 3 CQWP's on a page. The RSS feeds show when the page is checked out or checked in, but as soon as I publish the page they get stuck in loading.
Apr
13
awarded  Yearling
Mar
29
comment Issue checking for contains in CQWP, comparing against Managed Metadata field
I am filtering by the PageFieldValue in web parts that need it but the requirement is to not filter out the content but to conditionally format the items so that they are still there but are essentially grayed out. The managed metadata field type doesnt work like a lookup or choice column would in the CQWP, it only allows for contains. I did give it a shot with equals in my if statement but that did not appear to work.
Mar
28
revised Issue checking for contains in CQWP, comparing against Managed Metadata field
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Mar
28
asked Issue checking for contains in CQWP, comparing against Managed Metadata field
Feb
27
comment Get current page title in Itemstyle.xsl without script
Its not looking like this function grabs the page title though, looks more like it just gives you the page url. I just used the Outer.Template.GetPageNameFromUrlRecursive which is called from the Outer.Template.GetPageNameFromUrl. It essentially does a substring-after /. I could probably do a transform on this to get the value I want but thats relying a lot on the end users. Thanks for the tip, it got me going in the right direction.
Feb
26
comment Creating a URL in the page layout based on page field
I think that post will work with a little tweaking on my end. Thanks for finding it.
Feb
25
comment Creating a URL in the page layout based on page field
nope tried that too, its looking like Ill need to use jquery
Feb
25
comment Creating a URL in the page layout based on page field
I cant use code blocks in the page layout, thanks for the suggestion though
Feb
25
asked Creating a URL in the page layout based on page field
Feb
25
comment How to save infopath form with unique filename when it is published as site content type
Well you would need a submit connection anyway to submit to SharePoint so that it can be published correctly, unless you are making the form more intelligent with code behind. So you would configure it in your submit connection. I haven't used an InfoPath form to submit to multiple libraries before so not sure how you would let the form be smart enough to know where it is submitting too in this scenario.
Feb
25
answered How to save infopath form with unique filename when it is published as site content type