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Along with acting as VP of BIWUG (Belgian Information Worker User Group), Elio is an independent contractor for his own consulting company, Struyf Consulting.

Replacing the OOTB Small Search Input Box in SharePoint 2013

This week I started with a branding upgrade project from 2010 to 2013. Throughout this upgrade process I needed to customize the OOTB small search input box (the search box that is shown at the top right of the site). The requirements were the following: Changing the default text (change the “search this site” text); Allow query suggestions (this is enabled by default in 2013); Change the result page address.

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Sub-Site Theme/Composed Looks Inheritance How To

With the new theme engine from SharePoint 2013 I had a few questions about how sub-sites could inherit the theme/composed looks from the parent. Let me first start with the differences between the 2010 and 2013 theme engine. Differences between SharePoint 2010 and 2013 Theme Engine In 2010 when you uploaded a PowerPoint Theme file to the theme gallery (Site Settings > Themes), it was also available to use on all sub-sites.

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Migrating WCM Sites to SharePoint 2013 (SharePoint Conference – SPC12)

In this session we will discuss upgrade and migration strategies for taking an existing SharePoint 2010 WCM internet site and moving it to SharePoint 2013 – while taking advantage of the new features and capabilities for building web sites. We will demonstrate the common steps needed for migrating a site from 2010 to 2013 and provide a hand on demos for different site migration options.

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Customizing the way SharePoint 2013 looks (SharePoint Conference – SPC12)

In SharePoint 2013, it’s easier than ever for end-users to make a site feel like it’s their own. But how can developers and IT Pros get involved? Find out in this deep dive into the new & improved SharePoint theming platform where you’ll learn how to integrate with product stylesheets, build your own themes, and make your own themable master pages.

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