Tag Archives for CSR

Creating a Document Rollup Using SharePoint 2013 Search

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One of the most powerful (and most overlooked) features in SharePoint 2013 is SharePoint Search. Unfortunately, few people realize just how powerful it can be. I suspect that this is because most people just envision a search box and search results when, in fact, is that there is so much potential with SharePoint Search–huge potential […]

Hiding SharePoint 2013 Form Fields based on Permissions

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In a previous post, I explained how you could use a new feature in SharePoint 2013 called Client Side Rendering (CSR) to color code a list view. Using that same methodology, I’ll be going over how you can easily hide a form field based on SharePoint permissions…another one of those things that I’m always asked […]

Color Coding a SharePoint 2013 List View the Right Way

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In this post, I’ll quickly go over how you can very easily customize an out of the box SharePoint 2013 List View using a lesser-known feature called Client Side Rendering (CSR). CSR basically provides a way of customizing List Views, Forms, Fields, and Search Results using nothing but HTML, JavaScript, and CSS. For this example […]