Try using base64-encoded image as recommended in below documentation:
When using a custom image, rather than specifying an absolute URL to the image file hosted together with other web part assets, you can have your image base64-encoded and use the base64 string instead of the URL.
A number of services are available online that you can use to base64-...
If you put an ASPX file to a document library it will be downloaded when you click on it.
So, instead of the document library, you need to put your ASPX page to a different location. For example:
If you put your HTML Page (with an aspx extension) to any of the above, it will open just fine.
However, there is one ...
The only way I found using the UI in the SharePoint site was to click on the site title, and then scroll down on the popup that shows and under "Apps" click on "Teams" to get a link to navigate to the actual team.
I did tinker around and bit and found out that you can craft a link using F12 developer tools which can get you the same link as above.
Use the ...
No, MS Forms does not have the capability, you can do some branching logic within the Form, but only based on previous questions within the same Form.
I think you would be better off building a form in PowerApps. The interface to build is not nearly as quick and easy as MS Forms, but you have a lot more direct integration with other O365 data sources, ...
Documentation for the GET /users is here.
You can "play" with the Graph API using the Graph Explorer.
You can use the odata filter to get users whose manager property equal a certain value. Or alternatively, you can get the single user object for the supervisor, then use that user object's directReports property to find the users that report to them.
What’s the permission of the user?
Make sure the user have "Add and Customize Pages permission" via checking permission in the site settings->site permissions->check permission.
If the issue still exists, how did you create the aspx page? Try to go to SharePoint Designer 2013 ->site pages->Page->create a new aspx page and check if it can be opened in the ...
Changing the Framework type did the trick. I am using VS 2019 (16.4.2) and my target framework was .net core 2.1. It was constantly giving 400 bad request errors. The same code when translated to Powershell was working perfectly fine.
When the target framework was changed to .net framework 4.7.2 (or 4.5), things worked perfectly. Try making a console ...