Office 365 & SharePoint Branding & Development


In this post all the search display template custom document properties of are explained. Here is an example of how an out-of-the-box display template document property section looks like: Content Type IDs The following values can be specified for the ContentTypeId property: Display Template ID Control Display Template 0x0101002039C03B61C64EC4A04F5361F385106601 Group Display Template 0x0101002039C03B61C64EC4A04F5361F385106602 Item Display...Read More →


In my last two blog posts I talked about how you could add sorting, and how to find out if a managed property is sortable. These two posts were created during the creating time of a table layout display template. Of course there are a couple of table layout templates already, but none had the...Read More →


In my previous post I talked about how you could add managed property sorting in a display templates. The problem with this is that you need to know that the managed property is sortable. If the managed property isn't sortable, it won't work. Unfortunately if you're going to sort on an unsortable managed property, this...Read More →

How to add sorting in display templates

on Jun 06, 2014 by Elio Struyf with 1 comment


An idea where I'm currently working on involves sorting of the search results in display templates. So I thought it would be interesting to share this information already. You will see that enabling sorting, won't involve a lot of code. You just need to know what you need to do, before you can start sorting...Read More →


This post was something that has been on my to-do list for quite some time, and was also requested by a couple of people. So finally I found the time to work this out. Back in SharePoint 2010 and 2007 we could easily group the results in the Content Query Web Part, but this functionality...Read More →


A client of mine is currently undergoing a migration from SharePoint 2007 to 2013. An important part of their migration is a blog site. This blog is used all over the company to spread news to the colleagues. Everything went fine during the migration process of the blog, but from the moment they started testing...Read More →