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It’s really easy to remove the ‘Edit Links’ from Global Navigation in SharePoint 2013. Just add a little CSS to either the page or the CSS file: <style type=”text/css”> #DeltaTopNavigation > .ms-navedit-editArea { display: none } </style>

Changing the Favicon in SharePoint is very easy. 1. Create your icon and name it ‘favicon.ico’ 2. Go to the path on the server below and back up the original icon. 3. Save them both somewhere to be able to be used at a future date, if necessary. 4. Copy/Paste your new favicon.ico to the […]

Let’s say that in SharePoint, you want to use the Contribute permission level, but you don’t really want the users who have that permission level to be able to delete anything. It sounds harder than it really is.

December 1 , 2014 | | In: SharePoint, SharePoint 2010 Tips

Free SharePoint Videos

It’s always great when you can learn new things and it doesn’t cost you a dime. Here is a link that has over 200 SharePoint videos for free!

Scenario: You need to get the full name of the logged in SharePoint user using Javascript so you can fill a textbox (or whatever your needs are). This is actually more simple than you would think.

Let’s say you want to have a list of announcements, but you would like it to present itself in a blog format, so within SharePoint, you set up the Blog site template. However, since it’s merely announcements, you don’t really want any to be able to comment on each of the items.

The way I learned (a long time ago ) to hide fields in the New/Edit/Display forms of a list was to create new forms, set them as default and manually go in and remove the fields I wanted hidden. Of course the way to do that is using SharePoint Designer. The problem is that, if […]

Recently, I ran into a circumstance in which trying to Save as Site Template using the browser did not work for me. It just hung and never finished. So, I started looking for how to do it with PowerShell (SharePoint Management Shell). As it turned out, it’s very simple

I’ve done this before, but I really didn’t know what it did a long time ago. Then, recently I had a listview surfacing a list and the site owner asked me to remove the ‘Add New Item’ link at the bottom. I was looking through the properties and it really popped out at me.

February 3 , 2014 | | In: Sharepoint 2010

Error When Deploying a Solution

Every once in a while, especially when you’re in the testing phase, you can deploy a solution with a feature, web part, etc. and, instead of seeing ‘Deployed’ in the Status column, you see a red-colored ‘Error’. At first, you might be baffled, but it’s fairly easy to untangle the mess you are perceiving.

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