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SPBasePermissions Enumeration (Microsoft.SharePoint) HideCustomAction Element. Hides an existing action that is implemented by default within the framework of Windows SharePoint Services Features, or within another custom action.

HideCustomAction Element

Note that HideCustomAction IDs are not limited to specific default SharePoint Foundation custom actions. You can also hide custom actions that you create yourself when you write your own features. This means that for any CustomAction ID available in SharePoint Foundation, you can have a corresponding HideCustomAction ID. Different actions may require using different CustomAction attributes to identify the menu where the custom menu item is placed.

You may also need to specify other parameters for the action, for example, a version, user permissions required to perform the action, or placement in relation to existing actions in the menu.

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Add a banner to SharePoint 2010. One of my most popular blogs is Adding a Banner to your SharePoint but is for SharePoint 2007.

Add a banner to SharePoint 2010

Here is how to do it for SharePoint 2010. Banner Image You need to create a banner at the top of the page. The image by default is replicated so I have created a large wide image which is 2500px by 100px you won’t see the replication. Building the CSS We need to create our own CSS file which will be uploaded with the banner image into the same folder. On your desktop create a new file and call it newcss.css. .s4-title { Calendar Colour Coding in SharePoint - Orbit One Blog. It’s nice to have SharePoint calendar entries colour-coded depending on their category, location, or other metadata.

Calendar Colour Coding in SharePoint - Orbit One Blog

In this post you will find an overview of different approaches for colour coding, applicable to SharePoint 2010 and 2007, with their advantages, difficulties and limitations. Calendar overlay.

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How to change the values of 'Created By' and 'Modified By' fields in SharePoint list? Each SharePoint list by default has these fields 'Created By' and 'Modified By'.

How to change the values of 'Created By' and 'Modified By' fields in SharePoint list?

The type of these fields is "Person or Group". Whenever a new list item is added, the value of the 'Created By' column is automatically set to the LoginName of current user. And whenever a list item is modified, the value of the 'Modified By' column is automatically set to the LoginName of current user. So if one need to modify the values of these fields, I did not find any work flows or any UI screen in the SharePoint yet.

Now the question is "why the hell one need to modify the values of these fields? ". I was just stuck with this problem, but finally found a solution. Using (SPSite site = new SPSite("SharepointSiteURL")) using (SPWeb web = site.OpenWeb()) web.AllowUnsafeUpdates = true; SPList list = web.Lists["ListName"]; foreach (SPListItem item in list.Items) LiveLabs - Home. SharePoint 2010 Branding and Customization Resources « Branding « Sharepoint « The SharePoint Muse. **Links updated 5/10/2012** This page contains a list of resources useful for SharePoint 2010 Branding, User Interface, Design and Web Content Management solutions (Right click to open link in a new window) As I was researching SharePoint 2010 Design for our new book Beginning SharePoint Designer 2010 (wrox), I collected several links to good resources.

SharePoint 2010 Branding and Customization Resources « Branding « Sharepoint « The SharePoint Muse

I hope you find them as helpful as I did. Announcements “Gotchas” On SharePoint 2010 Site Pages. In SharePoint 2010 site pages, the Announcements web part is not a default web part on the landing page like it is in 2007.

Announcements “Gotchas” On SharePoint 2010 Site Pages

It has however been created, look under All Site Content. To insert the web part, edit the page. Then insert the Announcements web part into the page. Don’t delete the default welcome message while the page is still in edit mode. If you do that, then save the page, the whole web part is deleted and you have to re-insert it. Gotcha 2 It should be part of your site governance that you always put an expiry date on your item so that when the event / news passes, the announcement no longer displays on the landing page. SharePoint 2010: Basics on how to apply branding. So, I have gotten a lot of great feedback within the comments of my blog.

SharePoint 2010: Basics on how to apply branding

I have heard from quite a few people that they either just been tasked with branding SharePoint and don’t know where to start. Or they have a basic idea about SharePoint, CSS and HTML but don’t know where or how to reference the custom CSS. Ten of the best - SharePoint School websites - Education. SharePoint in Education - Mike Herrity's Blog about SharePoint in Education. As those of you who know me personally will be aware two of my passions are technology and data!

SharePoint in Education - Mike Herrity's Blog about SharePoint in Education

For a History teacher this is fairly unusual but these are also two of my key roles in school as an Assistant Headteacher- e-learning and data. During the last week I have been very busy making sure all our systems will be ready with Windows 7 installed throughout the site and three refurbished computer rooms (two of which the contractor still hasn’t finished). Even more demanding should have been organising the A-level and GCSE download days which I am in charge of. For those of you that do not know download days are on a Wednesday the day before results day when schools have 24 hours to download and prepare the data to share with students and staff.

Now I said they should have been demanding days and indeed when I joined three years ago they were. SharePoint in Education - Mike Herrity's Blog about SharePoint in Education. Guest post by Chris Mckinley- Senior SQL/SharePoint Developer An occasional day in the Systems Office at Twynham School The System’s phone rings… “Hello IT.”

SharePoint in Education - Mike Herrity's Blog about SharePoint in Education

“The system has lost all my files!” “Where we’re your files stored?” “On the Gateway” “OK, do you know where on the Gateway?” “Oh! “Where did you last see the files?” ”In the revision resources section on the History gateway” “OK, one second… I’m just looking now…I can see about 10 files there” “Yes, it’s the one called ‘important course material 101′” “I can see the file on my screen here” “Yes yes, but it’s blank when you open it” “OK…Click, click, click…Right can you open it again”

SharePoint in Education - Mike Herrity's Blog about SharePoint in Education. How many schools are now s ending text messages to parents?

SharePoint in Education - Mike Herrity's Blog about SharePoint in Education

This seems to be a growing trend within schools largely to inform parents of absence. For me the real power of text messages is not only in absence reporting but in updating parents on other key information such as reports being sent home or a parents evening. Twynham School currently has an SMS solution which we have used but this is not in SharePoint. Over the last 3 months we have been looking at what options exist for integrating text messaging and in my email inbox today could be the answer. Sharepoint Designer 2010 Level 2. Synopsis You maybe someone who is already able to utilise SharePoint Designer 2010 to create and customise a site's lists, views and web pages.

This course will provide you with the skills and knowledge needed to extend the site user interface to allow end users to work on specific forms, use external data, or automate business processes. Objectives. SharePoint in Education - Mike Herrity's Blog about SharePoint in Education. Over the last two days we have been talking about producing online content to support and engage students. Having produced a working GCSE Revision Gateway and spent time talking with 30+ students about design was this enough to ensure success? At this stage we needed to identify if students were using the sites we set up and what they thought about them.

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Server Info. Lorem Ipsum Generators. CSS. Twynham. Web Parts. The SPTechBlog: Moving Web Parts in SharePoint 2010. By Ryan Keller By now you've probably been working with SharePoint 2010 and enjoying some of the new features. After all, some great advancements have been made in both the administrative and end-user aspects of SharePoint this go-around. But with some of those advancements come a few quirks that take some getting used to.

This article discusses one of the quirks end users might run across when building a page using Web parts, and an easy workaround to solve it. Let's say you've got a finely tuned Content Query Web part that you've dropped in the Page Content control. For reasons unknown, you cannot move Web parts from the Page Content area to a Web zone (and vice versa). By using a simple export/import process, you will once again have complete control over the Web parts on your page. In the Categories column, a new folder will appear called Imported Web Parts.

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