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Using Content Types to Define Types of Content in SharePoint

Content Types may be one of the more underutilized and misunderstood (“un-understood” may be a better word) things in SharePoint. At least in the out of the box realm of SharePoint document management.

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Save Your SharePoint Online Public Site from the Chopping Block

If you’re like me and have one or more SharePoint Online public sites, you may or may not be aware that they’re currently on the chopping block! In this post, I describe what’s going to happen, and I also cover the process you can follow to extend the life of your SPO public site for another year.

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New & Improved Cascading Dropdowns for SharePoint Classic Forms

Almost three years ago I posted a script on how to create cascading drop downs for SharePoint 2013 and SharePoint Online using REST.

Cascading Drop Down Lists in SharePoint / Office 365 using REST

Since then I’ve had a lot of comments asking for additional functionality to that script. So, I decided it was time to update the script and make it a little more modular. If you are a user of the previous script, the biggest change you will see is how you execute the cascade function. Now, instead of passing in an object to the cascade functionality, you pass in an array of objects. This allows you to set up multilevel cascading.The updated script can be found on GitHub at https://github.com/mrackley/HillbillyCascade

As always, take a look at the video at the end of the blog post for step by step instructions and to see the script in action.

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SUM it up: Avoid the Ugly SharePoint URL

Short 
Unique 
Meaningful 

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5 Things SharePoint Client Side Developers Should Stop Doing Immediately (5/5)

…in order to prepare for Modern sites, pages, and the SharePoint mobile application.

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5 Things SharePoint Client Side Developers Should Stop Doing Immediately (4/5)

…in order to prepare for Modern sites, pages, and the SharePoint mobile application.

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