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You could try using jquery according to link to a post using jquery, A.Saéed's answer provides the code, you just need to adapt it a little for your own purposes. You will need to familiarise yourself with using web parts too, since you would need to edit the actual form to insert a web part, select a Media and Content>Script Editor web part, then paste in ...


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This sounds like you'll need to use Form Validation. It's similar to column/field validation but you're able to reference any column in the calculation. To get to validation settings go to... 1. List/Library Settings 2. Under General Settings, click 'Validation Settings' 3. From there you can enter your required formula and error message. The formula wants ...


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Yes, by using the embed webpart. Step 1 : Copy the NewForm.aspx page url. Step 2 : Add embed webpart on the page where you wish to show the form. Step 3 : Open webpart property and add the embed code url. <embed width="800" height="600" src="http://mysite.sharepoint.com/sites/mysite/lists/mylist/NewForm.aspx?IsDlg=1" /> Step 4 : Save the page. It ...


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I suggest you create an HTML form in another page, and let that form submit to the list (but you also need to consider the permission levels you would give to the users in order for them to be able to create/update an item) Since 2010 environment is in classic, you can easily create a form via content editor webpart, use jquery/plain javascript to submit ...


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What are the contents you want to hide from end users? If you do not want to show items created by other users, you can enable item-level permission If you do not want the user be able to edit list page, break the inheritance on the site pages library and only give them read permission. Or a bit more complex way, you can create a dummy list with the ...


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Modify the code as below. function getUserInfo(peoplePickerElementId) { try{ var toSpanKey = peoplePickerElementId+ "_TopSpan"; var peoplePicker = null; var ClientPickerDict = this.SPClientPeoplePicker.SPClientPeoplePickerDict; for (var propertyName in ClientPickerDict) { if (propertyName == ...


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instead of $(document).ready() function, declare a variable above to it. Example: var txtAppArchitectId = ""; $(document).ready(function(){ //Do your stuff }); function getUserInfo(peoplePickerElementId) { try{ var toSpanKey = peoplePickerElementId+ "_TopSpan"; var peoplePicker = null; var ClientPickerDict = this....


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