rumremix


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Works in SP2013 (and I believe 2010). Provides site collection URL without trailing "/"
0 103 posted 7 years ago by rumremix
The following code fetches contents of each Title field from the list called "LandingMiddleLinks"
0 186 posted 7 years ago by rumremix
With jQuery and SPServices, we have very powerful tools for accessing and manipulating Sharepoint data and precisiely contolling the presentation, entirely from the client side. But such solutions generally need to be either hard-coded into pages or...
0 199 posted 7 years ago by rumremix
Place the following inside a `<xsl:template>` block
0 257 posted 8 years ago by rumremix
Use whatever is needed to select the input box. $('#searchBoxOuter td.ms-sbcell input') reflects some custom master page html I have so I used that.
0 208 posted 9 years ago by rumremix
Normal replace() function only replaces first instance.
1 121 posted 9 years ago by rumremix
Just syntax examples here. First block reads, second writes. Top function just a debugging helper. Using jquery 1.5, $(xData.responseXML).find("nodeName=z:row]").each(function(i)... may need to be written as $(xData.responseXML).find("nodeName='z...
0 174 posted 9 years ago by rumremix
<asp:ScriptManager> must be placed inside a form tag with runat=server, that is, beneath &lt;form&gt;
0 97 posted 9 years ago by rumremix
0 67 posted 10 years ago by rumremix
This code works for me without requiring any includes, plugins, or service packs. It should also integrate seamlessly with jquery. If needing to perform this process more than once on a page, make sure namedListItem variable is unique for each case (...
0 115 posted 10 years ago by rumremix
This code works for me without requiring any includes, plugins, or service packs. It should also integrate seamlessly with jquery.
0 95 posted 10 years ago by rumremix
converts date/time that sharepoint kicks out to m/d/y format.
0 85 posted 10 years ago by rumremix
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