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Apr
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answered Query the month portion of a SharePoint column in the query text of a Display Template
Mar
7
comment Does Sharepoint 2013 really have a jquery conflict with $?
This is more of a religious war than a technical one. There are many opinions about whether to use jQuery, go with pure JavaScript, etc. You should make decisions based on your requirements, skills, and technology stack.
Mar
2
comment $().SPServices.SPArrangeChoices saving not working
What happens when you save? Do you get an error? Are the values saved incorrectly?
Feb
21
comment Create multiple items in another list using PreSaveAction
Swapping out the button wouldn't make the new items save at exactly the same time, though. You've still got a lag there.
Feb
15
answered Create multiple items in another list using PreSaveAction
Feb
15
comment AJAX/Rest only returning 100 items instead of full list
You can also set top to some number greater than 100 to retrieve more items in the initial call. I think that values can go as high as 1000, but I'm not positive.
Feb
7
comment Extract Email ID, Mobile phone, sipaddress ,other attributes from PeoplePicker Field in SP 2010 CustomList NewForm
Without testing on my end, this looks like the right way to go.
Feb
6
revised How to delete orphaned list view SP 2013
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Jan
29
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Jan
28
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Jan
28
revised Create a list item when item is created in another list
The link provided was dead, so removed it.
Jan
16
comment Is mQuery stable to use instead of using jquery in Sharepoint 2013 and higher?
@Danny, that seems a bit harsh. Every tool has a purpose, and jQuery can speed up your developoment time, should you choose to use it. If you'd prefer to use pure JavaScript, that's great, but that wasn't the original question.
Jan
14
answered Is mQuery stable to use instead of using jquery in Sharepoint 2013 and higher?
Jan
5
comment CAML Query Where (x AND y) OR Z
You need to squint and turn your head sideways to get CAML right. It actually makes a lot of sense once you get it, and its odd structure makes it easier to build up programmatically.
Dec
29
revised URL redirect from a button
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Dec
29
answered URL redirect from a button
Dec
24
answered Calculated field based on a field in another list
Dec
11
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Nov
29
revised Adding a “next” Button to displayform.aspx
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Nov
29
reviewed Approve stratusforms tag wiki