‘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 building responsive web designs designers and developers often focus on content. But what about the images?
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?
By default when applying an Image Rendition to an image, SharePoint references the particular rendition by its ID. And although it works, it introduces a number of challenges. Although you could manually change the ID-based reference to size-based manually there is a more convenient way to get this done.
One of the new capabilities of SharePoint 2013 are Image Renditions. Unfortunately by default the UI only allows you to apply renditions to images from the current Site Collection. And although you could apply renditions to images from other Site Collections manually there is an easier way to do it.