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Adding User Profile Picture On Dashboard

Here are some tips on how to add in a user profile picture on the dashboard. 1. Insert the script into the head of the Master Page to get the Current User Properties. 2.  Normally the script should be like this to display the User Profile Picture on Dashboard. But the script has a problem is user...

by July 4, 2016January 8, 2018
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How to extract User Profile Picture from O365 into Custom List

Sometimes, we are not aware that some Sharepoint features exist until customer request it. Recently one of our customer request to retrieve users profile picture from O365 to Sharepoint custom list for the staff directory. By default, we can use SPServices to retrieve the user information. However, using SPServices requires the users to fill in the data...

by June 16, 2016January 8, 2018
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How to link XSL file to Content Query Web Part for Customization

Here is a tutorial on how to link XSL file to Content. 1. Create 3 XSL file for the Content Query Web Part 2. Go to Style Library > XSL Style sheets Make a copy of the 3 existing file called (ContentQueryMain.xsl, Header.xsl, ItemStyle.xsl) to your own folder and rename it accordingly. 3. Insert Content...

by June 9, 2016June 9, 2016
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Manage SharePoint Online site collection storage limits

If you wish to allocate quota to SharePoint Online site collection, you need to have a SharePoint Online admin account. Firstly, login to SharePoint admin center by clicking on Admin -> SharePoint. 2. Select settings. From Site Collection Storage Management, select Manual then click OK. 3. From Site Collections tab, you can choose one or more site...

by June 9, 2016February 20, 2018
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AutoCalculation for Sharepoint Custom list using javascript….

We can include calculation and some customizations in SharePoint default custom list using javascript. First, you need to retrieve user input in the column to be used in calculation by using following code.      $(“input[Title=’Unit Price’]”).val(); The column name can be changed at the title. In this case, we used column name called “Unit Price”  Once...

by June 9, 2016June 9, 2016