Does anyone know of a way to change the text color of a calendar item when a specific date is reached? I have a sharepoint calendar that uses the data in a list. Only the 'End Date' is used to display the item on the calendar. When the calendar reaches a day that has an item dispayed ( the items date column has the End Date), i would like the text color to change so the users know that this item
Last modified by jermaing on 5/11/2012 5:01:56 PM
Thanks for the nice article. From the coding point of view I didn't find any resources on customizing the report viewer webpart for SharePoint which works for all zones. But, with some customization in C# we can solve this issue. I have written the complete details on it on my post.
I believe this will help t
Last modified by Praveen Kumar Reddy B on 9/1/2011 8:17:15 AM
There is a way to make Linq to SharePoint work across site collections. Check out the link below:http://blog.codenutt.net/2011/05/using-a-spmetal-generated-datacontext-across-site-collections.html
Last modified by Cody Nutt on 5/30/2011 9:50:07 PM
Hi,Microsoft.Sharepoint.Publishing.WebControls.AssetUrlSelector.DisplayLookInSectionThe value of this member of the AssetUrlSelector simply will not affect the way the picker is displayed in any way. Regardless of this property, the picker still is shown only with the "new" tree view browser section.
Does any one know if this really is a bug or if it
Last modified by TheJesper on 10/27/2010 11:57:11 AM
Note that Linq to SharePoint doesn't work across site collections so if you need to query data in another site collection you're back to CAML. Sigh.MS: Or you could have separate DataContext objects for each site collection and merge the results into a List<T> object which is then queried with List to Objects.
Last modified by Rickee on 10/21/2010 10:06:46 PM
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Last modified by Andrew Connell [MVP] on 9/13/2010 11:00:14 AM
Here's a quick way that I use to create my HttpContext objects outside sharepoint domain. (ie. creating unit tests for sharepoint)http://novatecno.blogspot.com/2010/02/how-to-create-sharepoint-http-context.html
I hope it helps
Last modified by Thomas Lee on 9/2/2010 4:18:26 PM
I found that if you follow this article, it results in flyout menus with transparent backgrounds. The CSS tag in the coreV4.css file that controls this is:.menu ul.dynamic ..I was able to successfully add the background using the IE dev tools, so I assume you would have to create a CSS file and specify it in the CssClass tag of the menu control to overcome this issue.You can also use the new after
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