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Yes, you can use PropertyPaneLabel for that. Something Like: { groupName: "Custom group", groupFields: [ PropertyPaneTextField('textboxField', { label: "Enter a custom value" }), PropertyPaneLabel('labelField', { text: "This is a custom text in PropertyPaneLabel" }) ] } Output: Check ...


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You can use PnP SPFx property pane controls in your solution. They provide callout value for standard property pane controls like button, text, dropdown etc. Example: To install them, you can do that as below: npm install @pnp/spfx-property-controls --save --save-exact After that in your project you can use it as below: 1) add the necessary import ...


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Below are the official docs about how to add jquery library to SPFx web part, you may take a reference: Add an external library to your SharePoint client-side web part https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/sharepoint/dev/spfx/web-parts/get-started/add-jqueryui-accordion-to-web-part And There is a quick way to add Jquery: Create a project with jQuery using the ...


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Can you do this? getInitialState: function(){ return { active: 0} }


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Jose, Provided that you don't break the compatibility from one version to another, your web parts will update on a site collection by Sir collection basis with very little effort. When you update your web parts, you should change the package solution number -- I recommend following the [semantic versioning guidelines] (https://semver.org/). When you ...


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