Archive for September, 2008

When using Data view in SharePoint Designer and trying to make conditional formatting on something that current logged in user has created, I followed the usual way. Selected the elemtn, clicked Conditional Formatting and set the filter to “Created” — “equal to” — “Current user” like shown in the figure below: Surprise – even if […]

Monday, September 29th, 2008 at 15:05 | 7 comments
Categories: SharePoint

On my latest project I’m working on I was having serious trouble with SharePoint Designer. As soon as I opened a certain page it hung up, crashed, collapsed and in many cases it wasn’t responding. I’ve checked the proper syntax of the code (there was some custom XSLT), CSS, etc. Even tested the code in […]

Tuesday, September 16th, 2008 at 20:15 | 3 comments
Categories: Computer, css, SharePoint

If you’ve tried to insert a form into a sharepoint’s page you mus have been disappointed. The form just didn’t work. You can’t make the form to post or get to some url, because the whole SharePoint’s page is one big element. So I went a bit deeper on how Microsoft guys are doing it […]

Thursday, September 4th, 2008 at 16:30 | 29 comments
Categories: JavaScript, SharePoint, XSLT