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
This great FAQ resource has been updated, and has a snazzy new design.
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 How about CSS/HTML issues for SharePoint V3???
AC came across a very cool tool, Brain Scott’s Cropper. I played with it a total of 2 seconds and was hooked! It easily and quickly takes screenshots. Continue reading Handy Tools
Mauro Cardarelli shares a great tip on how to get rid of the annoying listing checkbox located on the doc upload page. This is definitely something I will be doing!
Haven’t seen it in action… but this sounds pretty freaking cool….
What’s New Web Part for SharePoint Sites
Source code for a Web Part that walks through an entire site using the WSS object model and returns the most recently changed entries. Continue reading What’s New WP for SP
I have put together a list of SharePoint site definition files (and it is not complete) and what the file is on an actual SharePoint site. So for example Surveys in SharePoint are called Voting in the system files. I will continue to update this list…
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Ryan Rogers has a post about programatically hiding the SharePoint Site Settings link from users without the correct access rights. Good idea and worth looking into…
For over a year our CMS site was plagued by deleted content occasionally popping back up in production or links reappearing that were dead because the content behind them was no longer there. Come to find out our background cleanup job was not created in the database. Andrew Connell has a good post about the background processing job, something to check out on CMS sites….
I watched a Web Cast about MCMS.RAPID and it left my jaw hanging. This is a very impressive FREE solution to help with MCMS deployments. It has several great features that I would love to have on my CMS site… which leads me to the one drawback- it is only for new CMS deployments and can’t be utilized OOTB on existing CMS sites. But hey… it is open source. Definitely worth checking out: