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CQWP and XSLT – Part 2

So after a little prodding I finally decided to move this post up my priority list. In Part 1 we looked at creating a custom version of the standard CQWP which uses our own XSLT files. Just as an aside, … Continue reading

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Excel REST meets XSL

Firstly, I would like to thank all those that came along to my sessions at the Australian and New Zealand SharePoint Conferences in Sydney and Auckland. I am a big fan of empowering end-users and wanted to show a realistic … Continue reading

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Customising SharePoint People Search with XSLT

One of the clients I have been working with recently wanted to extend the normal people search in SharePoint with the ability to track staff who are First Aiders.  Exactly the same concept can be applied to other roles such … Continue reading

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SharePoint List Risk Matrix using XSLT

Representing risks in a matrix or heat map type view is pretty common so lets take a look at how we can do that in SharePoint. First of all we need to capture our risks in a list Create a … Continue reading

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XSLT and SharePoint – Part 1

Confession time – I love XSLT. Most will probably find this rather strange but as a non-developer I find it gives me so much flexibility to present information from lists or from other sources for that matter. If you are … Continue reading

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