Had a blast today at the University of Louisville for SharePoint Saturday Louisville! Thanks to everyone who came and supported the community through their attendance, sponsorship, or sharing a session!
I presented a session called The SharePoint Code Bank: An Easy to Implement Community Resource! Continue reading
So learning more about Office365 as I figure out certain things. My church hosts it’s website on WordPress and had to figure out how to get emails to send from an Office365 hosted email address. We worked with our awesome web developer and he was stumped. Did what he could and contacted our form plugin software maker and tried to see if they had anything on it. We struggled for a while and figured out it was Office365 blocking them to prevent spam. Continue reading
The time has come! We’ve settled into our new home until Friday. I have a lot to be excited about at the SharePoint Conference 2014. Continue reading
So if I had to sum up the conference into my top 3 moments, they would definitely be:
1. Meeting Marc Anderson and learning more about SPServices from its creator.
2. Hearing about and seeing SharePoint 2013.
3. Exploring some pretty awesome 3rd party products. Continue reading
Ok, so I got to attend SPTechCon last year (SharePoint Technical Conference) in San Francisco. I learned LOADS and convinced my boss to let me go again this year. And now that I’ve actually traveled to a conference, I’m excited about some of the things I plan to do this year. There are a TON of sessions lead by some awesome SharePoint Pros (and even Microsoft MVPs).
So I thought I’d post a little bit about my game plan. Continue reading
Here are two links I reference pretty frequently. Wanted to share them because others might use them if they are ever trying to edit CSS.
For the old 2007 version: http://sharepoint.microsoft.com/blogs/zach/Master%20Page%20Cheat%20Sheet/Forms/ViewAll.aspx
For the 2010 CSS Classes: http://erikswenson.blogspot.com/2010/01/sharepoint-2010-base-css-classes.html
They have been very very helpful to me when editing classes. If anyone has a better resource, please be sure to share in the comments!
It’s been a while since I’ve blogged, but things are finally calming down at work (and now it’s the Holidays!). Anyways, this tutorial came about because someone had asked me “Is this possible?” and it is. This is out of the box. We don’t have any eCal or anything enabled at work, and dashboards are becoming a big deal, so I was able to pull together an easy dashboard. If you want to customize it, you’ll need to get a little more into what’s going on, but it should work if you follow my steps below. Continue reading
Yesterday was #SPSLouisville. It was a lot of fun. Had a little over 100 people come spend their Saturday at the new East Marriott Louisville to learn a little more about SharePoint!
It was my first time speaking at an event, and being a bigger part of the organizing committee putting the event together. It really gives me a new appreciation for all the work it takes to get it together, so I’m super happy with how it all turned out.
Speakers/committee members got legitimate baseball jerseys and all attendees got a SharePoint Saturday Louisville Louisville Slugger Bat (Seen above).
This has been something I’ve been looking to figure out for a while. If anyone knows a better way, please let me know. I’m kind of stuck with a mostly basic setup, but we were lucky enough to be able to do some InfoPath form editing at work.
Basic gist of what I was hoping to do is be able to hide several form elements depending on who is logged in. While I had hoped to be able to do this with a group, or a more dynamic way of editing said people…. I’m happy to have figured it out. Continue reading