Tag: Web Part


This article explains a quick tip how you can allow empty search queries. This functionality is necessary when you have pages on which you configured the search web parts to use predefined queries in order to show results when the page gets loaded. Note: This could be either configured in the web part itself or via a result source.


XSLT and SharePoint 2013, didn’t thought I was going to use it now that we have display templates. Almost everything can be done with display templates and JavaScript these days, but you need to be careful that you don’t build everything with JavaScript, because it could slow down the client experience.


The next blog post describes how you can create a Load More Results link as the name itself describes, loads more results. The solution is created to be used in a Content Search WebPart. For this solution you will need to create a new Control Display Template (or you can append it to an existing one).


The purpose of this post is to show you how you could use the Search Results WebPart to visualize dynamic data like the Content Search WebPart (CSWP). To help you in this process I created some cleaned up display templates so that it becomes a bit easier to create your own HTML markup in them.


For my next blog post I needed to investigate how to use a custom Group Display Template for the Search Results WebPart. Unfortunately you can only set the Control Display Template and the Item Display Template in the Search Results WebPart properties. Display Template Settings Search Results WebPart If you want to specify the group display template, you have two options:


SharePoint 2013 has a lot new features and functionalities that it can do out-of-the-box. One of these new functionalities is the JS Link web part property. With this property you are able to control the rendering of the web part. This will mostly be used in combination with List View Web Part.