Choosing your domain name carefully is crucial to the survival of your website or blog. Like a company name, your domain name is a major part of your brand and your online identity. A lot of times people get so caught up in the design process that they forget that their domain name will usually be the first thing people see and remember. This article will get you started with domain names: I will cover the technical details about domain names, linguistic considerations when choosing your domain name, tools that help with your choice, and the actual domain name registration process.
You may someday need to hack into, edit and repackage a SharePoint WSP file. This article explains how.
SharePoint lookup column error:
“Value does not fall within the expected range”.
This lookup column error is very generic and can be very frustrating too especially when you have taken care to ensure that everything is right. I have often encountered this error when working with SPListItem values for lookup columns, people pickers and choice columns.
When the out of the box SharePoint approval workflow publishes an item, it sets the “Modified by” field as “System Account” instead of setting this to the actual user who did the approval. One way around this could be to add another column to hold the correct Modified by user instead of the out of the box Modified by column. But since not all clients will be satisfied with this approach, I will explain another way here.
For quick reference, here’s how to programmatically create a SharePoint document library from template.
I have often needed to manage web parts programmatically in SharePoint using the server object model. While the requirements have varied depending on the specific situation, common things I have needed to do include programmatically adding, deleting and/or moving either custom webparts or OOTB web parts. I have also had to programmatically modify some OOTB web parts using the SharePoint server object model. I have an example of how to do this for the content editor web part in the last section of this article. This article provides quick code samples to manage web parts programmatically. Copy and paste and enjoy!