Embedding your JavaScript into a SharePoint page

A very typical approach for client side development in SharePoint is to throw the code onto the page where you need it. You can alternatively put into the master page, but generally speaking, most code doesn't need to run on each and every page. The following describes my preferred, tried and true, method of handling this.... Continue Reading →

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Navigating multiple calendars in SharePoint

This topic came up over on SharePoint.StackExchange.com, and I thought I'd share here too. You may want to setup a single page to view multiple calendars. Calendar overlay is a great way to handle this, but what if you want to see these side by side, and let the user navigate the dates in unison,... Continue Reading →

Color code your SharePoint calendar

A nice new feature in SharePoint 2010 is the ability to roll up multiple calendars into one, and color code them. In previous versions of SharePoint, this was something that was only doable with third-party products or some serious jQuery. Consider the following scenario. The sales department of Contoso has a single calendar they use... Continue Reading →

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