When working with the new Visual Studio 2012 RC SharePoint Developer Tools you get the ‘Cannot connect to the targeted site’ error message if you try to connect to a local site that is using a host header. Although it seems very limiting the good news is that there is a workaround.
Using conditional content you can target pieces of your website to specific audiences optimizing the User Experience. Unfortunately, if you try to conditionally display Web Parts, your pages will break – at least by default because there is a way you can get this done. So how do you conditionally display Web Parts in SharePoint 2010?
One of the frequently asked questions is how to show or hide some content on mobile devices in SharePoint 2010. In this post you can see how to do this the easy way.
Using Templated Controls is a great way for separating UI from functionality. Unfortunately as soon as you customize the Master Page or Page Layouts that uses a Templated Control things are likely break. So what is exactly happening behind the scenes and, what’s more important, how should you deal with it?