Google Analytics is the most widely used web analytics service in the internet, providing a concise analysis with reports of everything that happens in your site as well as real time reports. Although mainly targeted for public sites, it also works on intranets. Intranet portals are the central hub of companies. Important information is communicated […]
Creating and editing SharePoint files in Windows is easy with SharePoint Designer but, if you are a Mac user, you are in tough spot! You can do pretty much everything from your browser, but uploading a file every time you want to change CSS is a tedious process. In this article, I’ll explain how you […]
The answer to this question is yes, but… not for all situations and not all types of sandbox solutions. SharePoint sandbox solutions were introduced with SharePoint 2010 and provided a mechanism to execute code outside of the ISS worker process. The sandbox solutions do not affect the entire farm; they are installed per site collection […]
Breadcrumb navigation was available by default on SharePoint 2007 and 2010 but with the introduction of SharePoint 2013 it was removed and until today it wasn’t reintroduced. Today I’m revisiting one my most read articles. Back in 2013 I wrote an article to explain how this functionality can be added again to SharePoint and, judging […]
If you work with SharePoint, at this point you’ve probably realized that SharePoint Designer is one of your best allies but it is still a bit temperamental and it sometimes just refuses to work properly. In this article, I’ll cover the most common issues with SharePoint Designer and how to fix them.
The SharePoint Framework, which was announced on May 4th, introduced a new model for developing SharePoint web parts that is radically different from its predecessors. SharePoint development previously required a specific environment, with SandBox and Farm web parts you need at least one server with SharePoint and Visual Studio to develop and debug the code. […]
Until now, no matter the effort you invested in branding your Office 365 sites and keep your collaborators involved with your company brand, the Sign In page was impossible to change. Now if your Office 365 environment is associated with the Azure Active Directory you are able to customize the appearance of the Sign In […]
By default SharePoint 2013 detects if the site is being displayed in a mobile device and shows the content in a very simplified portal that remove most of the features. Sometimes you just want more control over your mobile website. Deactivating this view can be useful if you want to get the full site to […]
By default SharePoint web part editor is static and sometimes the web part and the editor are not visible at the same time. To change this behavior I came across this solution originally developed by Matthew Koon which I tweaked a little to work both with BindTuning themes and the original Seattle theme. SharePoint default […]
This is the third webinar in a series of Bind Tuning tutorials, focusing on customizing, downloading and installing Bind Tuning themes in Office 365 public facing website.