To answer your questions:
Any change to the scripting setting made through the SharePoint Online admin center may take up to 24 hours to take effect. Usually changing these two settings will solve this issue.
Check the user permission in this site via the Site permission page and make sure the permission level “Edit Page” is included.
You can use Microsoft ...
Unfortunately, your requirement cannot be fulfilled.
Sharepoint does not have the ability to group in drop-down selection.
Actually your requirement is similar to displaying unique values in look up dropdown selections.
Maybe you can refer to this similar situation：
How to show unique values in a lookup column?
Unfortunately, there is no method to make the Attachments column required in Modern Experience.
By default, the Attachments column is not available in Column ordering of List Settings, So there is no method to change the order of Attachments column in "New Form" Modern Experience.
As per my analysis, this is a known limitation of document library web-part in SharePoint Online Modern experience.
I have seen the similar behavior in past. There are so many functionalities that are not supported in modern experience yet.
Version history was supported in classic SharePoint webpart pages. hope Microsoft provides this functionality in ...
Assuming you've verified that the data has been properly crawled without issue... I actually had this same problem on my 2016 Enterprise environment. There was no reason, that I could see, why information was not populating. It was only happening in specific site collections, even though they were created identically. All of my data was crawling and, in ...
The follow feature has a dependency on the OneDrive service as well - I'd suggest checking that if the sites and libraries concerned have not been locked down or had any features deactivated etc. have you verified that OneDrive is enabled - including that users have a OneDrive license enabled, OneDrive site and OneDrive client etc.? Check the user and ...
Follow below steps:
Go to Site Pages library.
Select the ellipses( three vertical dots ) next to your page.
Select Version history.
By default Version history is enabled on Site Pages library. Make sure it is still enabled on it.
To View/Restore/Delete Page from Version history:
Hover on the Modified field and click on the small drop-down arrow inside it....
Thankyou for clarifications. I created a simple solution for column formatting. You can improve in CSS part, while I am using old school CSS to render the bar graphs. Below example have four bars, each representing 25% completion.
Use the below link to see code on Github Gist.
There are ...
I've had the same issue and found that the only way to collapse it again is to remove any "?view_parameter_info" off the end of the URL and reload the page.
Not the easiest thing to explain to your end users when you've designed a list that expands well off-screen and requires scrolling to the right. Hope this is patched ASAP.
You can use Column/JSON formatting to achieve this. Use below JSON code to change the color of the text:
"color": "=if(@currentField == 'Open', '#ff0000', '#00ff00')"
I'm sure this will be "patched out" by Microsoft pretty quickly, but in the meantime you can have users run the following code if they get "stuck" but don't want to clear cache:
Press F12 in your browser (if IE, may need to go to '...' -> More Tools -> Developer Tools)
Click next to the ">" to focus into the Console and then paste the following:
If you want to create a horizontal bar inside your number column then try below code:
"txtContent": "@currentField + '%'",
This is how it is...
You cant prevent users from saving/publishing pages with an empty required field.
But you can vote for this feature: https://sharepoint.uservoice.com/forums/329214-sites-and-collaboration/suggestions/39672985-prevent-saving-of-site-pages-if-a-required-field-i
that's strange. The command bar should not have disappeared. In fact, it should show a command to collapse the content.
If you don't see that, you may want to clear cookies, at least those set in the last couple of hours.
For Site logo size is 64x64 pixels .png
For Favicon size is 16x16 pixels .ico
Place the custom favicon in "Site Assets" and update master page as:
<!--SPM:<SharePoint:SPShortcutIcon runat="server" IconUrl="http://sharepoint.YOURSITE.com/PATH/fav.ico"/>-->
I’m afraid it is not possible.
I tried to use a URL to a modern site page template under “Enter the URL of an existing document template”, but instead of using the template, it just open the page or the template when clicking New > Site Page.
My guess is that to change the default template, we will need to replace the CreateSitePage.aspx with a custom ...
Very interesting question, I don't know if there is another OOTB solution for it.
But i recommend you to work with SharePoint Approvals, don"t approve the site pages until the required information are filled.
This is by design in SharePoint Online Modern experience.
The list items/library files with incomplete/missing information will be shown in separate view called Items/Files that need attention like below:
Also it will show small message of Required info in column in list view (see in above image).
Set Default value to your "Content Type" ...