SharePoint Client Browser v1.2, get it while it’s hot!

The release is out since January 13th, but didn’t got the time to write about it. I have released a new version of the SharePoint Client Browser 2013 (#SPCB). It supports new nodes like associated Visitor, Member and Owner groups of a web object and showing the User Custom Actions for site, web and list... Continue Reading →

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Build your own custom administration

Managing application specific configuration is mostly done within an application page (aka layouts page). Navigating to these pages is done via custom actions, which adds links to for example the Site Settings page. The challenge starts when the number of application pages grows. Do you keep adding them to the Site Settings page? Do you... Continue Reading →

Adding script like jQuery to your pages

When working with the post of Andrew Connell I faced some challenges with implementing my solution. I wanted to add multiple scripts with dependencies to my pages. When creating one elements.xml containing all three script links the order of the <CustomAction Location=”X” ScriptScr=”Y” /> elements is important. The following elements.xml is packaged in a feature.... Continue Reading →

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