Office Development MVP / Microsoft 365 & Azure Development

Elio Struyf is an independent Engineering Lead working for Struyf Consulting, Blogger, and Speaker on a mission to share his tried-and-true wisdom with as many IT developers as possible.

Creating a To-do List with ECMAscript

February 24, 2011

In one of my previous post I created a task manager with ECMAscript. In this post I will go a step further and create a to-do list. This to-do list that enables you to add new items, delete items and mark them as completed. To-do list final result Download the solution package

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Adding a Subsites Navigation Level Under the Global Navigation Row

February 17, 2011

Normally subsites are displayed in a dropdown menu when the site collection publishing feature is activated. Subsite navigation dropdown In this post I will show you how to display these subsites on their own navigation row. The end result is shown in the picture below. Final result Hide the subsites dropdown menu First you need to hide the subsites dropdown menu from the global navigation.

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Problem With List Views That Exceeds Browser Window Width

February 7, 2011

Last week a customer indicated that layout problems could arise with list views. The problem arises when the amount of data/columns that is visible, exceeds the browser width. This creates an empty space next to the title row when the user scrolls horizontally. This problem occurs when loading the page, the JavaScript of SharePoint sets the browser window width to the title row element.

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Task Status Manager With ECMAscript and jQuery UI

February 1, 2011

What if you could manage your task statuses by just a drag and drop action? Wouldn’t that be cool? This was the idea that a colleague and I had last week. Concept For this concept I am only going to use the following task statuses: Not Started In Progress Completed To visualise the task items, I have created three task status blocks.

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Visualise SP2010 Rest Data With Google Visualization API

January 21, 2011

Some time ago I was testing out the Google Visualization API with SharePoint 2010 Rest functionality. The Google Visualization API is very handy if you want to visualize your data. My intention was to create a pie chart to visualise the task statuses. The data was consumed from the SharePoint 2010 REST service with the help of jQuery.

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