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Change the look of the What's Happening web part in the Community site

The default look of the What’s Happening web part on the Community site takes up quite a bit of space, with a fixed width and large text: 66 more words

Community

Editing the Color of a Task Bar on the Task Timeline

The task timeline is a new feature in SP2013 and is automatically displayed on the page when creating a new task list. Once a task is created it can be added to the timeline. 154 more words

SP2013

Adding Calender View Web Part

Default .aspx

<WebPartPages:WebPartZone runat=”server” FrameType=”None” ID=”CalendarWebPart” />

Elements.xml

<File Path=”Pages\Default.aspx” Url=”Pages/Default.aspx” ReplaceContent=”TRUE”>
<View Type=”CALENDAR” List=”Lists/Calendar” BaseViewID=”3″ DisplayName=”Pending Registrations” Name=”Pending Registrations” RecurrenceRowset=”TRUE” WebPartZoneID=”CalendarWebPart” WebPartOrder=”1″>
<!]>
</View> 155 more words

SharePoint 2013

Blank .ascx.g.cs file and 'the resource object with key was not found'

When you save a webpart (.ascx) in Visual Studio 2012 it should generate an .ascx.g.cs file. You can force the generation by right-clicking the .ascx file and ‘Run custom tool’, given that the ‘Custom Tool’ property of the .ascx file is set to ‘SharePointWebPartCodeGenerator’. 148 more words

SharePoint