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Cross Browser Support for SharePoint 2010 Public Site Branding Tapas Guzille
When building a public facing website in SharePoint 2010 it is important that the site function properly in all major browsers. Ordinarily with Intranets the company is accessing the site almost exclusively in Internet Explorer as it is the only browser that supports all OOB (Out-of-the-Box) functionality. However, with public facing sites you have no control over what browser the user will be using to access the site. Internet Explorer, Mozilla FireFox, Safari, and Chrome are the “big 4” and it is reasonable to build a public site with support for these browsers in mind.
10/24/2016 5:25 AM
Creating Free Digitally Signed Certificate for InfoPath Code Solutions Isali Potts10/24/2016 5:25 AM
SharePoint 2010 – How to Create Custom XSLT Horizontal Bar Charts View Anstit
To facilitate this request, a column was added to the projects list which allowed the client to enter a two-digit number to represent the percentage of the budget that had been used, and then go back to the list item and update the budget amount as needed. To help simplify this example, the screen shot below is a custom web part displaying just the project name and budget percentage used.
10/24/2016 5:24 AM
SharePoint 2013 Foundation - Secure Store Service to be Removed office Resistance
​In the initial release of SharePoint 2013, the Secure Store Service was said to be available in Foundation, according to a TechNet article.  The Secure Store Service was even listed as an option under New Service Applications in the Central Administration.  That being said, the Secure Store Service does not work in SharePoint 2013 Foundation.  Microsoft has just closed a case that we opened months ago.  The official decision, as it stands now, is that the Secure Store Service will be removed from SharePoint 2013 Foundation in a future hotfix or service pack.
10/24/2016 5:22 AM
Sending Plain Text Emails from SharePoint 2010 Workflows Avenida Hill
​​We recently had a client that was using an IT ticketing system that only accepted emails formatted in plain text. The default setting for the SharePoint 2010 Workflow “Send an email” action, however, is to send an enhanced rich text formatted email notification, with all of its content wrapped in a set of HTML and various other tags.
10/24/2016 5:22 AM
Great SharePoint 2013 Features for End Users Stade Wilkes
You’re right.  It DOES sound just like Facebook or Twitter.  What’s really cool is that when deployed, a user’s My Site Document Library becomes the default save location for files from Office 2013 Preview.  No more temptation to save docs on a desktop or local drive.  For you who think that the automation is too good to be true, your The My Site Document Library can be synced to a local drive similar to DropBox where you can even have offline access.
10/24/2016 5:21 AM
Search Tips for SharePoint 2013 Mese Allach
Remember these guys?  Boolean Operators expand or narrow search results.  The operators themselves need to be in all caps, but otherwise capitalization doesn’t matter.  Just don’t forget to capitalize the Boolean Operators themselves.
10/24/2016 5:20 AM
Getting Personal with [me] Strada Bandeira
Ok, so you’re getting a great overview of SharePoint 2013 and have discovered that lists and list data are key to its power.  Lists can be anything: contacts, documents libraries, tasks or anything else you want them to be.  But, how can you show data that is ‘closer’ to you when these volumes of lists are so overwhelming and an end user just needs to show personalized data?
10/24/2016 5:19 AM
​How Can Community Sites Actually Help the End-User? No Parking Studen
First, Communities promote open communication and information exchange by enabling people to share their expertise and glean knowledge. Since Communities are permanent and contain the history of posts and replies, a more recent member of the community is able to jump intelligently into an ongoing discussion after reading background on the site.
10/24/2016 5:19 AM
Social Networking in SharePoint 2013 Puertas Ayton
It no longer feels like you have to go out of your way to participate socially in your enterprise.  Although some of the features are new, others have just been made more accessible and “obvious.” For example, the familiar discussion board has morphed into a new site template called the Community Site.
10/24/2016 5:18 AM
Social Networking in SharePoint 2013 Pt 2 Gardien Lane
Community Sites are new in SharePoint Server 2013. They provide a forum experience that enables people to discuss common interests. Community Sites provide features to organize discussions, moderate conversations, and promote participation of members through incentives such as reputation points, gifted badges, likes, and best replies. These features help people share and locate knowledge through persistent, searchable information.  Community sites are powerful in their ability to organize and recall information from My Sites and Outlook.
10/24/2016 5:16 AM
Adding Files to a Library wind Sagnes
Whether you’re new to SharePoint or a pioneer near the first of the century (that sounds like a really long time ago, doesn’t it?), you’re still dealing with files in your library.  And, there are lots of ways that they got there.  They could have been added one at a time or in a batch.  Or, they might have been created within SharePoint.
10/24/2016 5:15 AM
SharePoint Branding Anyone? school Hawden
In previous versions of SharePoint, branding a site required specific technical expertise.  However, in SharePoint 2013, end users can author, design, brand, and extend sites, site design and branding elements as well as behaviors.
10/24/2016 5:15 AM
dataBridge SharePoint 2013 Webinar Series Logan Drama
If you're like most users, you are using a portion of the features SharePoint has to offer. Want to see a live demo of some of the things SharePoint does best? Register for one, or all three of these FREE dataBridge SharePoint webinars.
10/24/2016 5:14 AM
Importing an Excel Spreadsheet to your SharePoint 2013 Site Road Keep10/24/2016 5:13 AM
What is SharePoint? eckhan Alleras
Document storage space in SharePoint, also known as a document library, is a centralized location used for the storage of documents. Document storage in SharePoint is ideal because it serves as the one place that a company’s documents live without the inconvenience of material being locked away on an individual’s hard drive. A document library in SharePoint offers features like: versioning history, check out to edit, setting alerts on a document or the entire library. A document library takes the hassle out of tracking down a document because they all live in the same place and can be accessed by anyone within a site collection.
10/24/2016 5:10 AM
Content crawling and search in SharePoint Server 2013 Plaza Fried
Consider the great deal of detail that spiders put into building those fascinating webs, the strength and elasticity of the silk that the web is made of and how resilient spiders are when it comes to being interrupted and starting again. The same concepts and methods are used with search and content crawl in SharePoint Server 2013.
10/24/2016 5:08 AM
To share or not to share? Site collections VS Subsites  Howden Sale
Just like an individual cell phone plan, a site collection stands alone. A site collection is not associated with another site, it is the top level and it has its own unique permissions and URL address. A site collection is not hosted by any other site but rather it can host sites below itself.  Since the recommended limit of data in a site collection is 200GB or less, separate site collections work well in companies that have large amounts of data that needs to be broken down into multiple departments. A site collection has its own unique content, columns, and workflows. Therefore, a site collection plays by no other site's rules because it creates the rules!
10/24/2016 5:06 AM
SharePoint Document Management 101 ABERNETHY plaza10/19/2016 7:01 AM
SharePoint Document Management 101 Piscinas CALVIN10/18/2016 9:10 PM
Displaying Static header image while still allowing users to add their own custom image using SharePoint site settings kontrolle ERVEL10/18/2016 9:10 PM
Displaying Enhanced Rich Text from a SharePoint 2010 List within an InfoPath 2010 Form century rade10/18/2016 9:10 PM
How to Integrate a SharePoint Tasks List in Outlook 2010 (SharePoint 2010)  SILAO CALLE10/13/2016 7:25 PM
SharePoint Document Management 101 OGoman Lawyers PRIVE10/13/2016 6:26 AM
How to Integrate a SharePoint Tasks List in Outlook 2010 (SharePoint 2010)  Dorchester 0364010/13/2016 6:09 AM
SharePoint Document Management 101 PERU MOORLAND10/13/2016 6:07 AM
How to Integrate a SharePoint Tasks List in Outlook 2010 (SharePoint 2010)  MAXIMA BLANCO10/13/2016 5:55 AM
Using jQuery to Make your SharePoint site Dyno-mite! or Just Dynamic BECKHAM AVENUE10/13/2016 5:36 AM
Using jQuery to Make your SharePoint site Dyno-mite! or Just Dynamic Rains BEECHING ROAD10/13/2016 5:30 AM
What is SharePoint? FOR SALE SANDY10/11/2016 1:20 AM
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