Monthly Archives: April 2005

List templates going from WSS to a Portal

I am a big fan of the list template workaround that Mads posts about, but I have discovered that while this trick does work for a WSS list template created on a portal… the UI isn’t so hot. The template takes with it the WSS UI, so the list when selected by a user on a portal, jumps to the WSS UI. What is up with that? Continue reading

VisiBone HTML/CSS Products – Lifesaver references

I am a VisiBone card user and lover… I have used these for years and I can’t say how often I whip it out for a quick reference.    With today’s technology being so vast, tidbits of basic info seem to get pushed back into the dark side of my brain and my VisiBone card always helps remind me of this or that attribute.   THESE ARE A MUST!  Check it out!!

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Great list template workaround for SharePoint site definitions

Mads posted this GREAT tip a while back about a workaround for creating lists in a SharePoint portal in a different site definition than the list was originally created in.   But this is definitely worth bringing it up again.

This workaround allows you to use a list template in any site definition on a portal.  I have used this several times and it works great!

» Read Mads Post telling you how to do the workaround

How about CSS/HTML issues for SharePoint V3???

Mart blogs about the CSS and HTML issues with SharePoint.  I agree with everything Mark has said and would like to add that I would love to not only see the CSS and HTML streamlined, but to also see better templates for SharePoint.  Continue reading