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What I would suggest is organizing and utilizing the SharePoint Group. I would create a SharePoint Group called "HomePage Viewers Group" which will only have read access to the homage of the site and once that is setup what I would suggest is using "Audience Targetting" to the webpart on that hompage where you dont want them to be seen by ...


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The post is very old, But if anyone facing this issue can write the inline function at delegate to resolve the issue. clientContext.executeQueryAsync( Function.createDelegate(this, function() { //On success }), Function.createDelegate(this, function() { //on failed }) );


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The code snippet in the post you mentioned seems to be used to modify the page layout (in classic pages), which I’m not sure if it can be used in modern pages since customizing Master Page / Page Layouts are not supported. I would suggest you build additional columns in a web part section (also the second answer in the post) and then insert images within the ...


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no one's actually answered his question; it's partly a function of maybe not understanding what he's asking. I have the same need: develop multiple pages each with a distinct filtered view of a single document library. In SharePoint 2010 Ganesh is correct. But in Modern SharePoint pages using a Document Library web part leads to a world of pain and ...


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Per my knowledge, we do not have this feature to open the image-based links in a new tab. You will need to right click and choose open link in a new tab. Or you can middle click the image. Here is a userVoice post you can vote.


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Change a browser to check if the issue still exists. Turn off the debug mode in the Web.config file of the SharePoint site then compare the result: <compilation batch="false" debug="false"> In addition, Report Viewer web part cannot be used on modern pages within SharePoint.


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You could try to use onSelectDate property: My test code: <DatePicker className={controlClass.control} label="Start date" isRequired={false} allowTextInput={true} ariaLabel={desc} firstDayOfWeek={firstDayOfWeek} strings={DayPickerStrings} ...


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You are getting this error because selected property does not exist on DatePicker control. To check the available properties, refer to this URL. If you are adding this control on a Editform and need to have a date prepopulated , you can add your logic in value property as below : <DatePicker className="form-control" id="duedate" value=...


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