For a while now Microsoft has been rolling out the new look for document libraries. At first I didn’t like it, but everything new takes time to learn and get…
When exporting xsltlistviewwebpart webpart Export webpart menu is unavailable or missing
When adding Ribbon Custom Action to Site Assets library using Visual Studio, the list template 851 is selected incorrectly, it simply does not exist. The list template for Site Assets is 101 and to add custom action to it we need to use List Instance.
If you need to display a mini calendar on your page, there’s no need to create a new webpart, simply add custom styles to the normal calendar view. It looks great and even functions exactly like the normal calendar
It’s a very common SharePoint scenario to use lookup fields pointing to the lists on other sites. However, SharePoint doesn’t always like it when we use such lookups. One such example is when we try to read or update values in those fields using a workflow – we get “The field ‘Lookup’ is not supported in query. The lookup list is in another web” error. Fortunately, now SharePoint Designer has HTTP Web Service action that we can use as a workaround.