In classic list views/forms and on-premise environments, your choice columns allow you let users specify their own value. But the label is literally “Specify your own value:”. This can be changed. Note: If you’re using the modern experience, you don’t have this issue. To change the label, add the following script to your newform.aspx page, […]
Note: This post applies to on-premise/server lists or O365 lists set to “classic” view. This will not work on modern views. A little style on column header rows goes a long way. For example, just a background color and font adjustment can take your list from: Before: to After: Here’s how you can apply your […]
Below on the left are two traditional, out-of-the-box solutions for showing Today’s events in SharePoint. Notice how both take up a lot of extra space repeating today’s date (which we don’t need to see at all in a web part called “Today’s Events”) or showing gray space where there are no events. Soak that in […]
I jokingly said at a recent presentation that I thought adding weather to our intranet’s home page was a good idea for employees like me who work in the basement and don’t see much of “the outside.” But it can also help with planning and decisions depending on your industry and daily routines. Accuweather has […]
Your image slider is okay. But you’d like it better if it had a makeover (50 points to whoever can guess the commercial reference). This post will show you how you can take your out-of-the-box content search web part slideshow from this: to this: This solution supports multi-line descriptions that don’t get cut off. It […]
People jokingly (or not) sometimes tell me the only reason for which they use the intranet is the cafeteria menu. So on a recent draft of a redesigned homepage, I introduced a prominent “Menu” button that would always be linked to the most recent menu uploaded by dining services. Previously people would click a link […]
Did you know you can adjust the page size of your reports in Power BI? Each tab/page of your report can be a unique size specified by you down to the pixel. This comes in handy for creating “widget-like” visuals for embedding or for creating reports for print and optimal display on various screen sizes. […]
Power BI Report Server (as of the time of this post) doesn’t allow preview features, therefore doesn’t allow custom themes (easily). But with a little work, anyone can easily “install” a custom theme for their report in PBIRS in just a few steps.
Use scripts called in CEWPs to show more than three views in a classic view SharePoint list.
You probably don’t need parts of your custom css such as headers and footers loaded into modal dialog windows. Here’s how to keep those dialogs decluttered.