‘Liking’ content is one of the new capabilities of SharePoint 2013. And while it works perfectly for Documents and List Items, it doesn’t seem very useful for Publishing Pages. So how would you Like a Publishing Page?
When provisioning List Event Handlers you can choose either for the imperative or the declarative approach. And although there are many advantages to using the later, there are also a few things to take into account.
The Content Editor Web Part is, thanks to its great flexibility, frequently used to enrich Web Pages. Unfortunately in scenarios where the Multilingual User Interface is involved you might wish you haven’t used it.
When trying to open the Site Actions in Firefox the “An error has occurred with the data fetch. Please refresh the page and retry.” error is displayed.
Using Catalog Connections in SharePoint 2013 offers great flexibility with regard to content reuse within as well as across Farms. Unfortunately, as Catalog Connections are based on URLs, they break if you restore your Site Collections to different URLs. So is rebuilding Catalog Connections the only option or is there a better way to work with Catalog Connections and backup and restore of Site Collections to different URLs?