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does anybody know how I can directly switch the list view in the promoted links webpart?

Is it possible to attach an e.G. js-link to create a navigation above the tiles, maybe three custom buttons to switch the views?

I created three tileviews, but now I want the option to switch between those.

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I also tried using TopSPTabs.js but if I use that all webparts on the page are wrapped inside of the tabbed content editor. I only want the different tile views of my promoted links app inside.

Also I main issue is, that it only works in team sites for me. I need it in a publishing page but there I only can see the tabs when I am in Edit-Mode for the page. If I save the page the tabs are gone. MDS is deactivated.

Is there a real working solution for tabs somewhere? (SP2013 on-prem) Or does anyone have an idea how I can do that?

EDIT: I tried now hillbilly tabs, but they are also only working in team sites. Not in my publishing pages.

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Add all the needed list view web parts on the page and put them in tabs using jQuery.

See below link for putting web parts inside tabs. http://www.markrackley.net/2015/08/16/sharepoint-tabbed-web-partshillbillytabs-3-0/

EDIT: I see you tried the tabs solution with TopSPTabs.js. Can you explain little more on what issue you are facing with that? Does it not work with list view web parts?

  • edited my question. Hope it is clearer. I only want my promoted link app views inside of the tabbed webpart. – Patrick Jan 28 '16 at 22:31
  • What issue are you facing with hillybilly tabs? I tried it on a blank webpart page and worked fine for me. – Shashank Reddy K Jan 29 '16 at 20:49
  • I have found a solution for my issue. I am writing a Blogpost about everthing and will post it here. Not only the link with a picutre, but the solution. Otherwise it might get downvoted again. Thanks for you help! – Patrick Jan 29 '16 at 20:54
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I have finished part 1 of 2 for my solution.

The essentials of part 1 are, if you want to get more than one tile view from promoted links you have to create a new view and click on Custom View in SharePoint Designer.

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If you want to see the full part 1 blog post you can check out the german or english versions here:

Multiple tile view and list tabs 1 of 2 (en)

Multiple tile view and list tabs 1 of 2 (de)

Part 2 is now online.

Again the essentials here: I used the TopSPTabsNoBS.js from TopSharePoint.com and with that I was able to get great tabs. Note: It is important to set each webpart in the chrome typ to "title only"

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Endresult looks like that:

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Hope this answer is okay and don't get's downvoted again.

If you want to see the full part 2 blog post you can check out the german or english versions here:

Multiple tile view and list tabs 2 of 2 (en)

Multiple tile view and list tabs 2 of 2 (de)

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