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I want to add a verb (link in the top left menu of a web part) to all the web parts in Sharepoint 2010. Is there a way to inject javascript into a all the pages from a custom feature?

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You can write a custom control that uses the SharePoint scriptlink control and furthers registers your JS file using the ScriptLink.Register method on the page.

Next you can deploy this custom control as a delegate control. You can use any existing delegate control like AdditionalPageHead inside the master page or create a new one.

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somehow injecting javascript into all the pages just sounds like a bad idea, you could however alter the master page to include a javascript file and deploy the updated master page as part of the feature.

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  • This sounds good, but what if the user has customized his master page already? I will overwrite it. Oct 12, 2010 at 16:13
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Do you really need to add your action as a webpart verb?

Is Ribbon UI or a Site Action acceptable?

How to: Modify the User Interface Using Custom Actions

This series of articles goes into more depth.

Customizing Ribbon UI - Part 1

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  • This new verb will perform and action based on the content of the web part. So, I need a way to know which web part the user wants to perform this action on. I think I can use a ribbon button or site action as long as there is a way of knowing the specific web part. Oct 12, 2010 at 17:58
  • Ribbon UI can interact with the currently selected webpart.
    – Steve P
    Oct 13, 2010 at 13:14

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