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You're almost there... a couple things to note: If you see the CAMLViewFields part of the SPServices code, you'll see that you only really need to retrieve two fields, Title and RequiredField. That can translate into a $select in your REST query. You probably need to specify the URL of the site you are trying to query against, so you could add ...


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We can hide the SharePoint list filtering option just by simply using the style below in the respective page, <style type="text/css"> .ms-headerSortArrowLink , .ms-core-menu-box{ display: none; } </style> where, .ms-headerSortArrowLink - is the arrow icon class .ms-core-menu-box - is the filter menu box class


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By Looking at your code, Either jQuery is not loaded properly or your selector for currency is wrong: Try below code: Using Plain JavaScript: var currencyField = document.querySelector("input[title^='Currency']"); //Here "Currency" is display name of field. var currencyValue = currencyField.value; currencyField.addEventListener('change', ...


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In your code there is a syntax error. In $(document).ready() the bracket { is missing. You can put your code inside this: $(document).ready(function() { //Your code goes here });


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Is there a good reason why you are not using either the PnP Search web parts (for Modern) or Content Search for Classic? https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/office365/enterprise/using-content-search-web-part-instead-of-content-query-web-part-to-improve-perfo https://github.com/SharePoint/sp-dev-solutions/blob/master/solutions/ModernSearch/react-search-refiners/...


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You can use custom action for such requirements. In below blog you can find the detailed explanation to approve/reject multiple list items: SharePoint 2010: Approve/Reject Multiple Items. I found another similar thread which is updated solution for above code reference: Updated – Approve or Reject multiple items in a SharePoint 2010 list.


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I am not sure if it is doable with promoted-links web part. The workaround i can think of is using the search result web part. You can use certain rules to show only wanted document libraries with KQL. A sample query only returns document libraries in a site. Add more rules to limit. path:"https://yoursite.sharepoint.com/sites/sitename/" contentclass:...


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