It’s pretty easy to display the value of a Site Column on a Page Layout, but how would you display the name of that Site Column?
One of the challenges when deleting files stored in SharePoint is to ensure that there are no links to those files. This is especially important for assets on public-facing websites. And although SharePoint keeps track of links between the different files, it doesn’t do anything with them while deleting files.
Recently I wrote about how Mavention Search and Replace can help you ensure consistent usage of brand names across your website. What if what you’re looking for is a more direct feedback, such as the one you get with spell checking?
When making cross-domain requests from Silverlight applications you need a clientaccesspolicy.xml file to allow the communication between the service and the Silverlight application. And while it seems pretty straight-forward at first, things become quite inconvenient when you start working with Host Named Site Collections.
One of the frequent content management challenges is the consistent usage of brand names and expressions throughout the website. Challenge no more with Mavention Search and Replace!