Category Archive: Javascript

Sep 02

ListView Web Part issues with JSLink and Display Templates – A solution?

Back at the start of August, I posted about the issues you might find using the JSLink Display Template when rendering multiple list instances on a page that all inherit from the Custom List Template. If you’re not sure what the issue is, Have a read of that post first, then come back here. The …

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Aug 01

List View Web Parts and JSLink Display Template rendering issues

JSLink Display Template Rendering Issues One of the greatest improvements in rendering technologies in SharePoint 2013, has been the introduction of JavaScript display templates (I’m sure some will argue that point though!). These templates give us the ability to change the way that fields, list views, search results etc display, through the use of JavaScript, …

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May 15

Preventing the context ribbon from appearing.

Selectively preventing the ‘inconvenient’ context ribbon. Quite often I use list views to display summary data to the end users. This data often takes many forms from either a simple single list item displaying information about a site (I use this quite often in project sites.), to a full featured kpi display from multiple list …

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Mar 26

Using SharePoint hosted infopath documents as contents in a SharePoint page.

In a recent project, I was creating a contracts management portal within SharePoint. As part of the contracts request process, the sales team were able to link info path documents that represented each of the service lines that formed the contract. Each of these service line documents (InfoPath forms) formed the basic service outline and …

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Nov 24

Should I change the name?

To once a month updates? I haven’t stopped since I got back from SPC and have been dashing around between clients working on SharePoint 2007 issues. Doesn’t anyone understand I want to play with SharePoint 2010 now? Or more to the point, I need to upskill in some areas very quickly to get the most …

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May 07

Using JQuery to remove Linked List Items Hyperlinks – Revisited

So in an earlier post I talked about using JQuery to remove the A tag that is automatically included in the rendering of a linked list item in display mode. I really liked this solution as it avoided having to go to the lengths of writing a custom field to solve this and can be …

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Apr 22

Overriding Core.JS functions

A client of mine recently required adding an additional E-Mail link adding to the Item Drop Down menu that drops off of the ECB menu within Document Libraries and Lists. Now this functionality is provided by the function AddSendSubMenu(m,ctx) within Core.JS. Editing this file is NOT SUPPORTED (You all know this by now I’m sure!). …

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