SharePoint 2013 ships with a rich search experience. One part of that experience is providing search query suggestions. Unfortunately those suggestions are not available for anonymous users. So what to do if you want query suggestions on your public facing website?
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?
When crawling content with SharePoint Search you might stumble upon the following warning “The item has been truncated in the index because it exceeds the maximum size.”. So what is it and, what’s more important, how to get rid of it?
Content By Search is the new publishing model in SharePoint 2013. And although crawling and retrieving content is straight-forward, what about images?
One of the new capabilities of SharePoint 2013 is cross-site content publishing. And while it offers great flexibility, it also gives you some challenges. For example: how would you simplify working with assets?