Is there an upper limit to the number of item that are displayed in the Navigation Editing and Sorting control in the ‘Site Navigation Settings’ page?
I have 49 items in the global Navigation and 54 items in the Current Navigation (most of which are hidden). I’ve added a new page to the pages library and I’d like to hide it from the navigation menu, however it’s not showing in the Navigation Editing and Sorting control.
This made me wonder if there was an upper limit to the number of items that are shown.
Is there a best practice, or limit regarding the maximum number of items in a term set? I did a quick test, and imported 50,000 items using the import tool (all items with the same parent). I got an error during upload, and when I looked at the resulting term set only 9996 items was imported.
I am editing the following master page which my current SharePoint site is using (I am using SharePoint 2007 + Windows Server 2008), http://www.mediafire.com/file/mmvj5ijgm3j/BlueBand.master Currently, I am using the hard-coded value "120" to set the width of the left navigation bar, here is the related code in the master file. How do I set the width of left navigation bar to be automatically changed according to the max length of items on left navigration bar? <SharePoint:AspMenu ID="CurrentNav" width="120" runat="server" datasourceID="SiteMapDS" orientation="Vertical
content type. Each of the derived content types have custom form rendering templates. I am using a custom usercontrol with codebehind added to the .ascx page as a control to redraw the forms differently. One of these forms renders without issue and the rendering template loads along with my control. The other list and its template will not load following the exact procedure as the first one. What I mean is that the link will carry you to the newform.aspx page and it will load the listform webpart as I can see it when I view source. It is just not loading the template I asked it to load just like I
Users seems to have a hard time picking the right document template when the "New" list contains more then 50 items. As one of lists on the web contains a SPChoiceField it should be possible to limit the number of items based on the value of the SPChoiceField by using the SPContentType.Hidden property. Edit: I have access to an event handler that will be triggered each time the above SPChoiceField is changing value, so I guess it should be possible to change the visibility flag on each content type in the library? I noted the answers that recommends a JQuery approach, alas we have
I am using SharePoint 2007 + Windows Server 2008 with SharePoint 2007's publishing portal template. When I add a new web page, current location navigation bar under top global navigation bar displays location from web site name? For example, my web site name is "inc" and page title is "Press Release", it will be displayed as inc > Press Release. Here is a screen snapshot? http://i35.tinypic.com/2lms1w2.png Any ideas to change the current location navigation bar display from site name "inc" to fixed text "Main Page"?
navigation bar and left side navigation bar. The current issue is, the length of characters of items on the left side navigation bar is short (e.g. I am using some short words, like car, pet, book, etc.), but the width of the left navigation bar is a couple of times width of the length of characters of items on the left side navigation bar, which makes the UI look a little bit ugly. How to make left navigation bar's width automatically scale according to the width of the length of characters of items on the left side navigation bar? Or some ways to make the left navigation bar's width smaller?
for a while. I would simply envisage us having a link on either our global navigation, or the current navigation (the vetical menu on the left..), which when clicked upon brings up the issue tracker application within the same master page/branding layout that everything else on the SharePoint site is displayed within. ... suggested to take into account for each site is what site template you will base it on. A number of the sites on our site will be existing ASP.NET applications that we're embedding into the new SharePoint
So I did create on an SPWeb 20 custom lists and then a tasks list. For each of those 20 lists I've created 20 site lookup columns. I then created 20 Content Types based on Task content type. Then I've added each content type to the Tasks list. After that I've added each lookup site column to the corresponding list content type. So far so good. I've built a custom WebPart that displays task items using ListViewByQuery control. Here is how an SPQuery looks: <Query> <Where> <Eq> <FieldRef Name='Relaterat_x0020_till_x0020_avtal' LookupId='TRUE
While accessing My Site -> My Interests and Newsfeed Settings, I am getting this error: Error An unexpected error has occurred. Troubleshoot issues with Microsoft SharePoint Foundation... Server on Windows 2008. I am using Administrator ID to login to the site. Digged the LOGs and found this: 04/08/2010 14:33:14.55 w3wp.exe (0x0828) 0x1AFC SharePoint...**. FindControl requires that controls have unique IDs. at System.Web.UI.Control.FillNamedControlsTable(Control namingContainer, ControlCollection controls