If you go to add a webpart, choosing the ‘Content Rollup’ category and you can’t find the Content Query Web Part, it’s actually a very simple fix.
Let’s say that you are in SharePoint and you have typed in a person’s name (into the people picker control) and even though you were sure you typed it correctly, it has been rejected as misspelled. Some people just don’t want to go to the ‘Open Book’ icon and search, due to time or whatever. […]
If you’ve forgotten how to do this and then searched the net to try to find out how to do it, you might have gotten frustrated since most of the examples on the net show you how to do it in Powershell.
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Let’s say you just created a brand spanking new document library and you want to transfer a bunch of files all at once because it would really be a chore uploading them one at a time. Then, when you open the ‘Add Document’ dialog, you don’t see the familiar ‘Upload Multiple Files…’ link. Also, the […]
In SharePoint, if one of your fields is designated as a Rich Text or Enhanced Rich Text field, and your output is showing the HTML tags, then it very well could be an XSLT problem. When I found this, it was a DataView web part XSLT problem.
You may have noticed that, if you add a Content Query Web Part to your page and use the bulleted title style, that when, due to spacing, if your list item wraps to multiple lines, the actual bullet centers vertically in the middle. This may not be what you actually need.
Ok – here’s the situation. You’ve got a library all set up and you want to add folders to the library, but when you go there, the ‘New Folder’ button is not available (not enabled) in the ribbon – it’s disabled. Have no fear, it’s not as dark and dreary as you would normally think.
If you just fill out the necessary items in a Content Query Web Part (link to the list, title, sorting, filtering, etc.), you might just forget a very important step.
How many times have you put a List View (naturally connected to a list), but only wanted to show one item from the list or multiple lines using one column as a filter? Well, you can do that with little or no work, using a query string.
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