Ensure users can find what they’re looking for on your intranet. Understand your users, understand your content, and consider a few easy changes to ensure everything on your intranet is easily findable.Read More
Since SharePoint 2013, Microsoft seems to have embraced jQuery, and you can now happily use jQuery or $ as you please in the SharePoint environment. Here are some code samples and explanation on how to use it.Read More
Learn how to properly and easily load dependencies in SharePoint and Office 365 (classic). In this article, you’ll find some code samples on how to properly work around some of the issues that may arise when following the prescribed documentation from Microsoft.Read More
This article aims to help you access the data AFTER you’ve successfully loaded the list data.
With proper code samples, learn how to write clean, maintainable JSOM/CSOM for SharePoint and without overriding other third party frameworks already running on your site.Read More
SharePoint 2013/2016 links to standard and more obscure SharePoint features. Some are easy to find within the application interface and others quite difficult to discover. I broke them down into the more obscure ones (first) and the standard site settings (as viewed from a Site Collection) links.Read More
Currently, there are 3 places for users to administer: Content Type data, SEO and Page elements (web parts, article field, etc). Why not combine these in a nice format so users can administer all the page properties in a single area? This article explains how.Read More
This option is missing, as you know. Microsoft has confirmed this is a problem, and here’s how you get around it.Read More
So you have an image that is styled to max-width: 100% but it displays at its native width and pushes over your other content.
max-width: 100% works well in Chrome, but IE and Firefox (and potentially some other browsers) don’t honor it.
This article explains why and how to fix it.
Hiding SharePoint content from anonymous users in public websites (and still keep the functionality intact for logged-in users)
Building a SharePoint site to be fully functional in an authenticated view vs. what the public sees is actually fairly simple. This article covers how to remove the Site Actions menu and Browse bar from SharePoint only for Anonymous view, while keeping all the SharePoint functionality in play.Read More