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Yet More jQuery–Resize an Image Example

I inherited a web part from a client’s old vendor and it has an image size problem.  The images should be 60×50 but for some odd reason, the original vendor forced them into 42×42, so they look squashed:   Good Image Bad Im…

Implement a Global Pop-up Notification System

I wrote up an article for www.sharepoint.briefing.com entitled “Implement a Global Pop-up Notification System.”  This function was implemented for a community college to communicate school closings due to snow and so forth.  It uses a cu…

Take Control of your OK and Cancel Buttons

I wrote this article a while back, but looks like I didn’t link to it from my blog at the time, so here goes: This article describes how to force newform.aspx to redirect to one page when the user clicks OK and a different page when she clicks cance…

Quick Tip: Adding jQuery to MOSS Publishing Pages

When enhancing MOSS publising pages using jQuery, I hit the following speed bump: Server Error in ‘/’ Application. Parser Error Description: An error occurred during the parsing of a resource required to service this request. Please r…

In Praise of jQuery Enhanced Search-As-You-Type (by Jan Tielens)

I’m working on a BPOS demo (soon to be available up on Microsoft’s site) and I wanted to add a little pizzazz. I’ve known about Jan Tielen’s efforts for quite a while and I thought it would be a great technique to add to the demo, so I did. …

Securing SharePoint List/Document Library Views Seems (sort of) Possible with jQuery

This is another post in my on-going series on how to use jQuery with SharePoint.If you want to learn more about jQuery, I highly recommend: jQuery in Action by Bear Bibeault and Yehuda Katz. One of the first things I thought, once I started to play aro…

Quick and Easy: A Better Way to Use jQuery to Hide a Text Field on a SharePoint Form

This is another post in my on-going series on how to use jQuery with SharePoint.If you want to learn more about jQuery, I highly recommend: jQuery in Action by Bear Bibeault and Yehuda Katz. Previously, I wrote about how to use jQuery to locate and hid…

Quick and Easy: Use jQuery to Hide a Text Field on a SharePoint Form

This is another post in my on-going series on how to use jQuery with SharePoint.If you want to learn more about jQuery, I highly recommend: jQuery in Action by Bear Bibeault and Yehuda Katz. UPDATE (already!): I did think of a better way to locate the …

Quick and Easy: Create Your Own jQuery Sandbox for SharePoint

This is another post in my on-going series on how to use jQuery with SharePoint.If you want to learn more about jQuery, I highly recommend: jQuery in Action by Bear Bibeault and Yehuda Katz. Getting started with jQuery in SharePoint is surprisingly eas…

Quick and Easy: Use jQuery to Set A Text Field’s Value on a SharePoint Form

I started playing around with jQuery yesterday. I’ve been wanting to do this for a long time, ever since Paul Grenier started writing his series about jQuery for End Users at the venerable www.endusersharepoint.com web site. As I use it, I hope t…