My previous post Tabbed Web Parts in SharePoint 2013 / Office 365 walked you through using a script to place SharePoint Web Parts into the jQuery UI tabs. Based upon the response (and since I’d already done most of the work) I thought I ‘d throw together a quick script for putting Web Parts into jQuery UI’s Accordion feature. Follow the exact same instructions as in the aforementioned Tab blog post but use the scripts in this blog post instead. The script <!– Reference the jQueryUI theme’s stylesheet on the Google CDN. Here we’re using the “Start” theme –> <link Continue reading SharePoint 2013 / Office 365 Web Parts in a jQuery UI Accordion
THIS SCRIPT HAS BEEN UPDATED WITH BUG FIXES AND ADDITIONAL FEATURES, PLEASE USE THE UPDATED SCRIPT LOCATED AT: http://www.markrackley.net/2015/08/16/sharepoint-tabbed-web-partshillbillytabs-3-0/ I think many would agree with me that one of the best things to ever happen to SharePoint 2007 in terms of an improved user experience was Christophe’s EasyTabs over at Path To SharePoint. This script turned several web parts that were stacked on top of each other into a much more elegant tabbed view. And there was much rejoicing. Christophe updated this script to work for SharePoint 2010 as well. I know countless people who have used it with great Continue reading Tabbed Web Parts in SharePoint 2013 / Office 365
Body: Okay! So! Finally able to get back to work on my little side project to set my family up with SharePoint. SharePoint for Everyone! Yes, Even for Your Family! Wow, did this step in the process take me on a little side adventure! My goal is to show you guys how quickly, easily, and cheaply the average person can get up and going on SharePoint. I see so many potential uses for it and I know when all is said and done at least *I* hope to get some benefit from it. Getting the services Anyway, this past Sunday Continue reading SharePoint For Everyone! Is SharePoint Online Ready??