SharePoint Online’s Public Website Doesn’t Allow Users to View Display Forms

If you're used to SharePoint, and the display form on lists, you may be thinking you can use that on your SharePoint Online Public Sites as well. Sadly, by default your anonymous users cannot access the display form of a list item. Instead, SharePoint Online prompts the user to login. Annoying? Yes. It is due to... Continue Reading →

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Vertical Promoted Links in SharePoint 2013

I had the pleasure of helping out Veronique via SPYam. It’s a great use case for the promoted links list!

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SharePoint 2013 has nice little tiles called Promoted Links to link to stuff all over your sites.  However, they all display horizontally when you add them to your page. Silly Microsoft for not providing us the option to list them horizontally or vertically in the first place – but thank you SharePoint community for providing the work-around, (and specifically in this case, David Lozzi)! :)  I love copy / paste code!!  Learn how to do this from our discussion on Yammer – thanks for your help David!

promoted links vertical and horizontal

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Post Blog Update : So it seems not everyone is on Yammer.  Instructions and code copied and pasted below for your convenience. :)

<style type=”text/css”>
.ms-promlink-body {width: 170px }
.ms-promlink-header {display: none}
</style>

Drop it into the Edit Source bit of the Content Editor Web Part on the page to make it work.  If the web part is too wide, insert it into…

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