21 10 2011
21 10 2011
15 10 2011
Here’s a quick video about adding a search connector into Windows Explorer – really cool feature I’ve only just discovered. Probably because I spent too much time buried in Visual Studio writing CAML and C#. Anyway, here it is – enjoy! 🙂 Update: I forgot to point out that the Search Connector in Windows is […]
13 10 2011
Out of sheer curiosity and boredom, I’ve decided to have a poke at the huge query that is provided in the developer dashboard and shows up for nearly every page you load in SharePoint that has something to do with List Items. The query in particular is the one that starts ‘DECLARE @DocParentRefForRF’, and when […]
11 10 2011
Here’s a little snippet of code to grab the MySite host of the current environment using jQuery to pick it out from the user’s Welcome Menu.
var str = $('#ID_MySiteMenu').attr('onMenuClick');<br>var myHost = str.substring(str.indexOf('http://'),str.length-2);<br>alert(myHost);<br>
Nice and simple!
8 10 2011
Disclaimer: The examples shown in this post are extremely unrealistic in terms of real-life scenarios. The numbers and types of fields used in these experiments are designed purely to test the physical limitations of SharePoint. At no point is it suggested that a real-life use of such list architecture be used. If you do have lists […]
5 10 2011
Here’s a short presentation by myself in response to Mike Greene‘s post about CSS in SharePoint. It’s my first, it took all evening, so enjoy! SharePoint Branding with CSS Customisations from James Love on Vimeo.Talking through what to do and what not to do when customising SharePoint sites with CSS changes.
3 10 2011
This article is a cross-post of the originally published article from NothingButSharePoint.com, available here: https://www.nothingbutsharepoint.com/sites/devwiki/articles/Pages/Making-use-of-the-Property-Bag-in-the-ECMAScript-Client-Object-Model.aspx The “Property Bag” is a really quick and easy way to store key/value pairs that can be associated to a particular web site. You can use this to easily store settings for an application that you might want to scope to […]