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How do I: Add new values to a drop-down list from the new item form

November 12, 2012 Leave a comment

If you want to have the ability to add new values from new form item you have two options. (that I know of) First you could use $().SPServices.SPLookupAddNew. Or, you could use the technique I have demonstrated in the video below.

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How do I: Set the ID attribute of a table row using jQuery

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How do I: Set the ID attribute of a table row using jQuery and SharePoint Designer

November 9, 2012 Leave a comment

While customizing an “add new item” form, you might find yourself needing to manipulate form elements via jQuery. However, before you can do that you must and an #id or .class to the elements in question. I will be adding an #id in this demonstration. But why would I want to manipulate form elements in the first place? If you wanted to hide/show a textbox based on the user selection of a checkbox you could use this technique.

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How do I: Implement $().SPServices.SPCascadeDropdowns

November 5, 2012 1 comment

Documentation for $().SPServices.SPCascadeDropdowns

In my opinion, the tricky part to this is the third list “CascadeExample”. It was unclear to me after reading the documentation on the SPServices website that the two columns “Country” & “Region” in the “CascadeExample” list need to be lookup columns. It might be obvious to everyone else.

How do I: Implement $().SPServices.SPAutocomplete

How do I: Implement $().SPServices.SPLookupAddNew

Hiding/Showing InfoPath 2010 form element using jQuery

November 3, 2012 Leave a comment

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InfoPath 2010 is a great tool. However, while building forms in InfoPath it’s only a matter of time when you have a user requirment that InfoPath alone simply will not do. In that case you might have a few options. You could add custom code using VSTA, which means you will need to publish them as an administrator approved form template.You could ditch InfoPath completely and build your forms in Visual Studio 2010 using asp.net. You could build them using the client object model. Lots to think about. In addtion, you could manipulate some form element using jQuery. The video demonstrates a simple way to hide/show a textbox element using jQuery.

Using jQuery to hide form elements based on checkbox value

November 1, 2012 Leave a comment

Let’s say you wanted to hide/show a specific textbox only if a specific checkbox has been selected. You can use jQuery to do this via SharePoint Designer 2010

How can I validate a textbox using the PreSaveAction()

How do I: Create a simple form to collect data in SharePoint 2010

How can I hide/show a textbox based on a radio button selection?

How can I hide/show a textbox based on a drop-down value?

Why can’t I access the column in my SharePoint list programatically?

October 26, 2012 2 comments

The answer might be simple. The first time a column is created and you title it “Column1” the database records that. If you (or someone else) later changes the column title to “Column2” your application will break. Why? Because behind the scenes that column is still “Column1”

How do I: Create a FAQ page in SharePoint 2010

October 26, 2012 Leave a comment

This was done on a SharePoint Online site.

 

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