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Publishing and Web Content Management : New in SharePoint 2013 (part 2) - Catalog Enable List/Library
Destination site collections use cross-site published content via Content Search Web Parts. These Content Search Web Parts use the search index to retrieve the content from the source collection.
Publishing and Web Content Management : New in SharePoint 2013 (part 1) - Content Authoring Improvements, Image Rendition
Image Rendition controls the rendering of images, across a site collection, in different sizes. Previously, content owners had to upload different versions of image files—full size, low bandwidth sizes, thumbnails, etc.—for different views of a single image.
Smashing Html5 : Working with Color Values - Integrating Your Color Palette with Your Web Page
Having a color palette doesn’t mean that your page will look good — even color-wise. Within the same palette, some colors go together better than others
Smashing Html5 : Working with Color Values - Creating a Color Scheme
In addition to creating a color palette from a base color, you also can load an image, and Kuler automatically generates a color scheme based on the image’s color.
Smashing Html5 : Working with Color Values - Adding Transparency to Color
One of the new features you can see on an HTML5-compliant browser is transparency, or variable opacity. A fully opaque object on the screen blocks whatever is beneath it, while a fully transparent object allows anything beneath it to be fully seen — like glass.
Smashing Html5 : Working with Color Values - Understanding RGB Color (part 2) - RGB decimal integer settings
A second way of mixing your colors using the rgb() value assignment is to insert values from 0 to 255 (a total of 256 values because you count the 0), instead of the percentages used in the earlier example.
Smashing Html5 : Working with Color Values - Understanding RGB Color (part 1) - Using names, RGB and HSL percentages
If you’ve ever mixed colors in anything from finger paints to a watercolor set, you have a sense of what happens when you mix colors. For computer screens, red, green and blue lights are mixed to generate different colors. For example, if you mix equal amounts of red and green, you get yellow.
Web Security Testing : Automating Specific Tasks with cURL - Impersonating a Specific Kind of Web Browser or Device
Some web applications react to the User-Agent string that is passed from the web browser. The software actually selects different pages to display or different code to execute depending on what kind of browser it thinks it is talking to.
Web Security Testing : Automating Specific Tasks with cURL - Checking for Directory Traversal with cURL
Directory traversal is a problem where the web server displays listings of files and directories. Often this can lead to unexpected disclosures of the inner workings of the application.
Web Security Testing : Automating Specific Tasks with cURL - Following Redirects Automatically, Checking for Cross-Site Scripting with cURL
The most basic kind of cross-site scripting (XSS) is called reflected cross-site scripting. The vulnerable web software reflects user input back to the web browser without encoding it, modifying it, or filtering it.
Web Security Testing : Automating Specific Tasks with cURL - Fetching Many Variations on a URL
There are often times when we want to fetch a variety of URLs that vary in only a small way. For example, you might want to fetch variations on a product page by varying the PRODUCTID parameter.
Web Security Testing : Automating Specific Tasks with cURL - Fetching a Page with cURL
For starters we just need to fetch a web page. We want the whole page, unadulterated, exactly as it would be delivered to a browser. This is fundamentally what cURL was designed to do, so it should be no surprise that it’s simple. We will use a couple different options to send the output to files.
Sharepoint 2013 : SharePoint Publishing Infrastructure (part 6) - Check In/Out, Versioning, and Content Approval
If you followed the steps in the previous sections, you should have a publishing site and a new page instance—currently checked out and unpublished. Do not worry if you do not; I will walk you through content approval and versioning via one of the default published pages in the publishing site collection.
Sharepoint 2013 : SharePoint Publishing Infrastructure (part 5) - Content Management - Putting It All Together
As you can see by looking at Figure 9, the pages library is similar to any other document library, in that it contains a file and associated metadata—page instances.
Sharepoint 2013 : SharePoint Publishing Infrastructure (part 4) - Content Management - Master Pages,Page Layouts
Typical modern day User Interface design of web sites calls for a consistent look and feel throughout all pages in the web site.
Sharepoint 2013 : SharePoint Publishing Infrastructure (part 3) - Content Management - Site Columns, Content Types
A primary reason for using SharePoint publishing is to make use of content management. The whole point of content management—Web Content Management to be precise—is to allow content owners to create and edit content without needing IT, or worrying about how their content impacts site design.
Sharepoint 2013 : SharePoint Publishing Infrastructure (part 2) - Publishing Features
The publishing infrastructure consists of a number of features. Each feature is a unit of discrete functionality and exists within SharePoint as a collection of files in the hive and (most often) assembly files in the Global Assembly Cache.
Sharepoint 2013 : SharePoint Publishing Infrastructure (part 1) - A Publishing Site
Before delving into the specific publishing features of SharePoint 2013, you will create a new publishing site collection, so that you may see the various features and functionality available as part of this site definition.
Show the whole car kingdom “What’ll you do?”, Porsche (Part 1)
Ever since Carl Benz strapped a three-quarter-horsepower four-stroke to his Big Wheel, man has been fascinated by the top speed of an automobile: How fast does it go? And more important, can I make it go faster?
Sharepoint 2013 : List and library essentials - Organizing items by using folders
In SharePoint 2013, you can create folders to organize your lists, similar to creating folders on your computer. However, for the purposes of organizing information, adding a folder in a list can interrupt the display of the captured information.
Sharepoint 2013 : List and library essentials - Sorting or filtering a list view
If you find yourself continuously filtering the default view to meet your needs, why not eliminate that time by creating alternate views that you’ll access often? Here, you’ll learn how to modify views by using the sort and filter features.
Sharepoint 2013 : List and library essentials - Creating and selecting a list view
SharePoint 2013 provides users with flexible ways to display their list information by using views. You control which fields appear in each list, the field order, as well as filtering or sorting on multiple columns.
Microsoft SharePoint 2010 : InfoPath Forms Services - Responding to Events in InfoPath Forms (part 2) - Adding Code-Behind
You may have noticed in our demonstration form that no matter what is entered in the Company Name field, all companies are returned each time the Find Customer button is clicked.
Microsoft SharePoint 2010 : InfoPath Forms Services - Responding to Events in InfoPath Forms (part 1) - Using the Rules Engine
We can now publish this form and see the results using the browser. When the user clicks the Find Customer button, a list of customers is displayed, allowing the user to select an appropriate record.
Microsoft SharePoint 2010 : InfoPath Forms Services - Accessing Data in InfoPath Forms (part 2) - Data Connection Libraries, Modifying UDC Files
By default, our data connection is configured to use Integrated Windows Authentication. This means that connections to the data store are made using the credentials of the user viewing the form.
Microsoft SharePoint 2010 : InfoPath Forms Services - Accessing Data in InfoPath Forms (part 1)
One of the powerful features of InfoPath, especially when it comes to generating browser-based forms, is the ability to connect to additional data sources
Extra-Curricular Activity - BMW 218d Active Tourer SE - An Engine That’s Fit For A Juke - Nissan Juke Tekna DIG-T (Part 1) - BMW 218d Active Tourer SE
Space-functional concept. That was the working title of the fi veseat 2-series Active Tourer and next year’s seven-seat Grand Tourer. What’s in a name? More than you think. Especially when the initial connotation is MPV or – dare we say it – minivan.
The Porsche Macan S Diesel 3.0 V6 – The Ultimate SUV You Can Drive (Part 2)
On the inside, the Macan is more cockpit than SUV cabin. To begin with, you step into it, rather than up into it (as in an SUV) and the ambience inside is very sporty.
Sharepoint 2010 : InfoPath Forms Services - InfoPath Overview (part 5) - Using InfoPath Forms in SharePoint - Creating Document Information Panels
When creating Office documents for use with SharePoint, certain metadata is required by default, such as a title for the document and any relevant tags.
Sharepoint 2010 : InfoPath Forms Services - InfoPath Overview (part 4) - Using InfoPath Forms in SharePoint - Adding Formulae to Fields, Publishing a Form Template to SharePoint
Our Item data element contains two columns, LineTotalCost and LineTotalValue, that should be calculated based on the values entered in other columns in the row.
Sharepoint 2010 : InfoPath Forms Services - InfoPath Overview (part 3) - Using InfoPath Forms in SharePoint - Creating Form Templates
SharePoint form templates are similar to forms used by other Office applications such as Word and Excel. Using the InfoPath client, you create form templates that are used for a SharePoint document library.
Sharepoint 2010 : InfoPath Forms Services - InfoPath Overview (part 2) - BrowserForm Web Part
Rendering of InfoPath forms in the web browser is carried out by the new BrowserForm web part. So that we can see this in action, we’ll create a basic Hello World InfoPath form.
Sharepoint 2010 : InfoPath Forms Services - InfoPath Overview (part 1)
Introduced in MOSS 2007, InfoPath Forms Services allows forms created using the InfoPath client application to be rendered as HTML, allowing users to complete forms without having the client application installed.
Sharepoint 2013 : List and library essentials - Sorting and filtering lists
Information in lists can be organized and displayed by using views. Views can be created and modified to specify which fields are displayed, the column order, how they are sorted, and whether the information is filtered and/or grouped.
Sharepoint 2013 : List and library essentials - Using list and column validation rules
Being that we’re human, entries are bound to contain formatting errors. A SharePoint 2013 feature uses validation rules to accept or reject the entered information based on defined criteria.
Sharepoint 2013 : List and library essentials - Editing and deleting list columns
After you’ve created new columns for your list or library in SharePoint 2013, you might change your mind about the column name or data type. You might want to require that information is entered in a field or include a different default value. You can also delete columns that are no longer necessary.
Sharepoint 2013 : List and library essentials - Creating list columns
SharePoint 2013 provides several templates for common list types, such as Announcements, Calendar, Contacts, and Tasks. These templates can be used and then customized so that you don’t have to create a new list from scratch. Create additional columns to suit your list or library’s purpose.
Sharepoint 2013 : List and library essentials - Adding and editing list items
After creating a list, you’ll want to populate that list with the information for which it was designed. Each row in your SharePoint 2013 list is called a list item. SharePoint can support up to 30 million items in one SharePoint list! Depending on your permission level, you can create, edit, and delete items.
Sharepoint 2013 : Farm Management - Disable a Timer Job,Start a Timer Job, Set the Schedule for a Timer Job
To disable a timer job, execute the Disable-SPTimerJob cmdlet with the Identity of the timer job or a timer job variable. Listing 1 shows a sample command line.
Sharepoint 2013 : Farm Management - Display Available Timer Jobs on the Farm, Get a Specific Timer Job, Enable a Timer Job
To obtain a timer job reference object, you need to find the identity of the timer job. Using Get-SPTimerJob by itself (see Listing 1) displays all available timer jobs, as shown in Figure 1.
 
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