Back in August of 2013 I released a script that allowed you to totally change the way your default SharePoint Forms look by creating a simple template out of HTML and CSS. Easy Custom Layouts for Default SharePoint Forms This was a great solution for people that didn’t need a full blown forms solution for SharePoint like the awesome free tool StratusForm. Since then I’ve had a few requests to enhance the script and I wanted to update it and make it easier to use. Based on those updates I’ve updated the script to allow users to move the save Continue reading Customize your SharePoint Classic Forms without InfoPath
I get it, I’m not everyone’s cup of tea. I’m opinionated, sarcastic, and the filter between my brain and mouth can be sketchy at best. I’m not perfect (shocker). The thing is, it looks like I’m REALLY disliked in Russia. Don’t believe me? Let’s analyze the situation. I’ve been posting videos to my YouTube channel for a while. I’m not what I would consider a YouTuber. I basically just post videos to support my blog posts as I find it a very effect way to communicate how to implement the solutions I create. At this point I have around 100 Continue reading Does Russia Really Hate Me?
I recently wrote about converting your Content Editor Web Part and Script Editor Web Part customizations to SharePoint Framework Client Web Parts: Converting your CEWP Customizations to the SharePoint Framework Since then, the SharePoint Framework has gone GA (General Availability) and there were quite a few changes made. I needed to recreate the project for it to work properly. The one major change that broke my project was the removal of the spPageContextInfo object in RC0 which was previously used to get the URL of the website for REST queries… …I ended up getting the website URL from the pageContext Continue reading Updated SPFx Content Slider Code for GA
Almost three years ago I posted a script on how to create cascading drop downs for SharePoint 2013 and SharePoint Online using REST. Cascading Drop Down Lists in SharePoint / Office 365 using REST Since then I’ve had a lot of comments asking for additional functionality to that script. So, I decided it was time to update the script and make it a little more modular. If you are a user of the previous script, the biggest change you will see is how you execute the cascade function. Now, instead of passing in an object to the cascade functionality, you Continue reading New & Improved Cascading Dropdowns for SharePoint Classic Forms