Display Templates

 

Based on the number of questions I receive in my mailbox, I can see that display templates are still not yet forgotten. A long time ago, I wrote about how to correctly include scripts into your display templates. Read more: Correctly including scripts into your display templates The main issue when using the default functions...Read More →

 

Do you have a refiner template that shows the refiners based on the hierarchy of a term set, or can you explain how to build it? These are probably two of the most asked questions I received the last couple of months/years. Back in 2015 I created such a template, but never shared it until...Read More →

 

I receive a lot of questions about why display templates are not working or why managed properties do not contain a value. Most of the times the solution is similar to what has been already asked before, so I thought of writing this down in order that it can help everyone with similar issues. For...Read More →

 

Creating display templates for SharePoint is a fairly easy job, but we all have our own ways of developing them. Over the last couple of months, I barely touched managed code. Everything I do these days is mainly achieved by using JavaScript and/or TypeScript in combination with Visual Studio Code. As I really like this...Read More →

 

Last week when I was configuring a content search web part to show the latest videos from the Office 365 Video Portal. I saw that the default video template which is available is not so feature rich as I expected. The default video display template shows only a preview image with a link to the...Read More →

 

A while ago I wrote a post about my 10 tips and tricks when working with display templates. Info: you can find the article here: My 10 SharePoint display template tips and tricks In that article, I highlighted two ways of how you could provision your display templates to a SharePoint site. The first approach...Read More →