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When building a SharePoint Framework solution which includes application customizers. One of the important things about their functionality is how they behave during navigation events/page transitions. These days in modern SharePoint most of the page transitions are achieved from the client-side, which means that it does not fully reload the page, but only partially. Which...

 

When developing solutions with SharePoint Framework it can happen that you need to navigate to another page from code. Normally in JavaScript or TypeScript this is very easy. All you have to do is set the new location like this: location.href = "<your-url>"; When you do this in SharePoint Framework, it has the side effect...

 

Note:Probably one of the most difficult things when working with application customizers is how it behaves while navigating. Modern sites have their own page navigation mechanism which provides a great user experience as the page does not require a full-page refresh. Only the things that are changed will get loaded/unloaded from the page. This system...

 

Working with cross-site publishing in SharePoint can be fun, but it can also give you some headaches. One of the things were it can go wrong is the permissions, it all seems very simple just some clicking in the UI and you're all set. That is correct, but what happens if it goes wrong? This...

 

This week a client made me aware that links in the top navigation and in the quick launch (from SharePoint 2010) cannot be opened in a new tab from the Right-Click menu of Internet Explorer. If you try to do it, the option is not available. If you do it on a regular link, you...

 

Normally subsites are displayed in a dropdown menu when the site collection publishing feature is activated. 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. Hide the subsites dropdown menu First you need to hide the subsites dropdown...