In some pages, like Wiki pages, over on the left hand side of the page, you will find a list of pages under a heading of ‘Recently Modified’. To some of us, this isn’t really useful, and want to remove it.
I know this sounds like a totally ridiculous tip, because everyone knows it, but you never know when you really need it.
If you ever get this error, whether it is in a SharePoint app or ASP.Net app, or directly in SQL Server, never delete the files directly. This will most likely cripple your application. Instead, truncate the database transaction logs directly from SQL Server Management Studio.
I was working with exporting and importing site templates, when I came across an error trying to import a site template. It gave me a GUID and informed me that this feature must be activated in order to install this template.
I have found that, there are times when you need to deal with HTMLControls, using ASP.Net or SharePoint in code, rather than with a design surface. The situation then becomes how to deal specifically with CSS styles within the code. Naturally, it’s fairly straightforward in the mark-up, either doing it directly in the tags, or […]
For those of you who don’t know, when you want to see how a page (with a web part, in this case) looks in a mobile device, all you do is, after the full url, type in the querystring ‘?mobile=1′. But – just in case you think that you can create a Visual Web Part […]
One of the great string methods that was introduced in dotNet 2.0 is ‘IsNullOrEmpty’
If you would like a quick page to see the differences in features between Foundation, Standard and Enterprise versions of SharePoint 201, go here: http://sharepoint.microsoft.com/en-us/buy/pages/editions-comparison.aspx
You’ve probably noticed that, when you create webpart pages, there is no Quick Launch navigation area on the left. Some of you might find this a little irritating and are wondering how you can change it so you have it show.
A handful of steps are required in order to set up anonymous access in SharePoint 2010 sites. Below, you will learn what is required to do so:
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