You can find the OOTB onet.xml of blog site template at the following location
C:\Program Files\Common Files\Microsoft Shared\Web Server Extensions\15\TEMPLATE\SiteTemplates\Blog
I was surprised that there is not any default.aspx page for this blog template which was available in SharePoint 2010. ... [More]
Some time when writing a custom solution in SharePoint which takes some time to process, it is nice to show end user some message screen saying something like “Please wait we are dealing with your request”.
In SharePoint 2010 this functionality is available out of the box, we can call S... [More]
During an extranet migration to office 365 we need to find out a custom content editor webpart usage. That web part was used in many location that I would be waste of time to find all the references. I decided to write a query again extranet site content database to find out webpart us... [More]
To make SharePoint site a trusted site in order to avoid multiple logon prompts while opening or downloading a document, these following changes are required on client pc.
1. Open Internet Explorer
2. Log on to the site http://SharepointSiteCollectionURL/ or simply copy and paste this URL if... [More]
I received a request from business to restrict site editor not to use OOTB fonts and styles while they edit the contents of “Content editor web part” in SharePoint 2010. This is nice to have if you want consistent look and feel across the site without much end end-user training.&... [More]
We have upgraded a SharePoint intranet site form SharePoint 2007 to 2010. While I was fixing the minor issues in new site I came across this issue. I could not create any document in document library because the “New Document” option was greyed out in ribbon as shown below.
I had a requirement in past where I need to create an InfoPath form which will be reusable for other custom solutions.
I have decided to create a re-useable template in InfoPath 2010. I think it’s worth showing the steps.
I have created employee info form which was going to be used aga... [More]
The SharePoint 2010 server is always set to a specific time zone. Users from all over the world can change the time zone by using “My regional settings”. I wanted to achieve this programmatically as a batch operation.
To do this, I have used the following code.
SPRegionalsettings spReg... [More]
In the following article I will explain how to change SharePoint 2010 authentication mode. In the following example I will change authentication provider of SharePoint 2010 web application from windows authentication to claim base authentication.
To do this you need to user SharePoint 2010 ma... [More]
Deploying and testing solution to SharePoint online is different from SharePoint on premises environment. For SharePoint online we can only create sandbox solutions which are site collection scoped.
There are two options for SharePoint online testing environment
1. Create new site collection
Our ... [More]