In this little post we will see how to add Content Editor WebPart to SharePoint 2010 Page programmatically:
And this code for editing XSLTListViewWebPart programmatically:
Channel 9 has published this month all the sessions from the last SharePoint Connections to be played online or Downloaded in different formats.
Last month, Microsoft SharePoint Team published in its Blog an issue in order to clarify How customizable and manageable is SharePoint Online. This is an abstract:
For SharePoint developers and independent software vendors (ISV’s), the opportunities...
When you develop a SharePoint Solution you have many types of projects: Webparts, Features, Controls, … In this post we show how to make a PowerShell Script in order to automatize several deployments only in one ps1.
For example, in my use case...
In SharePoint 2010 we use Ribbon to get Contextual menu actions, but when you change “Browse” tab, to Page for example, then logo and top menu are hidden by contextual actions. See next image to get better idea:
If you (or...
In this post we will do a WebPart that display Navigation from current site (SPWeb):
I hope that you enjoy!
In SharePoint 2010 there are a new breadcrumb that it is integrated in the Ribbon, but when we need the typical breadcrumb (that is presented in one line instead clicking a button) we can apply this workaround:
1. Put this code in the Master Page:
In this post we will create a ASP Control that inherits from WebControl, the will install it in a SharePoint 2010 environment, and then we will configure it in order to display it in a Master Page.
1. Create Control that Inherits from WebControl
When we create a new Site in SharePoint, we have to choose what site template are going to use. We choose among a lot of options, considering what we are going to need in our Site, and after clicking on "Create", we forget the name of the template...
Today has started a new edition of SharePoint Connections event at the Hague, Netherlands. José Quinto and me (who signs this post) are here at the Hague as attendees of the entire event (Pre-Conference Workshops and Post-Conference Workshops included).