Mark Anderson published today an article on his blog concerning an issue that currently exists in Office 365 and is called “Office 365 Update Changes ‘Display Name’ on Required Fields”. In this article he described that the rendering of fields recently have been changed in Office 365. I will take a look what can be done to solve this probably.
Recently, while I was working on a solution that works with attachments of list items, I accidentally discovered a faster way to add attachments to a list item. This option is hidden in the ribbon and allows to add attachments directly from the list view.
One big prejudice is that SharePoint is not capable to produce clean HTML output via the rich text editor. This was somewhat true with the previous versions of SharePoint. In SharePoint 2013 this has improved and can output all basic text elements without any additional style sheet classes. How is this possible? By using the […]
In most of my projects I had the requirement of storing additional data to SharePoint User. For these scenarios SharePoint user profiles match best because they are flexible and easy to extend with a lot of different data types. In this article I show a fast and flexible way to import data to SharePoint Online User Profiles. The import data can be stored in a tab separated text file. There are several challenges to master until the data can be imported.
This was my SharePoint 2013 year and some new exiting things will happen in the next year. Upcoming conference visits and SP24 conference that I organise with great people.
In this presentation I try to sum up Responsive and Adaptive Web Design and what SharePoint 2013 has to offer to connect the users, their context and the content.
Recently I stumbled upon various sites that are built on SharePoint 2013. All those sites have the same problem. The SharePoint plugin that those web sites try to load is only useful for collaboration but not for public facing web sites. This problem can be avoided and disabled.
I already provided a way to define a fixed width master page for SharePoint 2010. You might think that fixed width is not required through all the fancy responsive web design. Mastering a fixed width design in SharePoint allow you to master responsive web design too. This is commonly known as progressive enhancements.
The SPSecurityTrimmedControl was first introduced for SharePoint 2007. It is widely used to hide certain Elements based on user permission. In SharePoint 2010 a major improvement was introduced. The new property that made available was the AuthenticationRestriction, which gives you better control for anonymous and authenticated users.
The "Modified", "Modified By", "Created by", "Created" cannot be accessed directly via the SPView object because this simply doesn't store that kind of information. To request this information the SPFile object needs to be used instead.