Content Query Web Part is one of the most powerful Web Parts provided with the SharePoint 2010 platform. To support all of its functionality however, it produces some additional HTML markup that you might not need in your website. Find out how to get more control of the output of the Content Query Web Part.
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.
When maintaining a SharePoint Farm with multiple sites and solutions, one of the questions that often arises is which versions of which components are used on which sites. Find out how to easily answer this question using PowerShell.
Last Saturday I had the pleasure of presenting at the second SharePoint Saturday NL. Either if you couldn’t attend the event or would like to have the decks for future reference, here are the decks from both sessions that I presented.