This blog looks at some web parts related to dates and events: the Events web part, the Group Calendar web part, and the Countdown Timer web part. Events Web Part The Events web part displays upcoming events (that is, items from a SharePoint Events list) from various scopes in your tenant. The default view is… READ MORE
Adding to the list of amazing things in Office 365 is the People web part. The People web part was introduced as one of the initial modern web parts built with the SharePoint Framework (SPFx) being used with the modern Communication and Team Sites. This web part is small, but mighty in the information it… READ MORE
A lot has happened in the last few years concerning how pages are built in SharePoint. Web parts are a vital part of this development. Today they are essentially the de facto way of building your modern pages in SharePoint. The web parts range from simple text snippets, news feeds and calendars to integrations with… READ MORE
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Sometimes you need to remove web parts from your SharePoint page. Seems like a typical, everyday thing for a Site Owner to have to do. And it is. But it depends on the situation, how you remove the web part, and why you’re doing it. The thing is, removing a web part in SharePoint isn’t always as… READ MORE
If you are a SharePoint developer and the Web Part you are working on is causing so many errors that you can’t even edit the page this tip is for you for Faulty Web Parts. Removing malfunction webparts is very easy all you have to do is access the Maintenance Web Part Page, in this… READ MORE
There’s been a lot of confusion about web parts and apps and where they belong these days. This 3 part series focuses on main differences. This part is geared towards business users, the IT pro and Dev editions are coming.
If you look at a SharePoint application you’ll find that most of its active components are SharePoint 2010 Web Parts. SharePoint 2010 includes dozens of prebuilt Web Parts that you can use. It also provides an API that lets you build custom Web Parts using C# or VB.NET. SharePoint 2010 Web Parts in Action is… READ MORE