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Sharepoint 2013 Managed Services

Full lifecycle treatment for your SharePoint 2013 implementation: With Managed Services, Coello Group can offer consistent and manageable service for all of your SharePoint 2013 needs. We will work as an extension to your current team or as dedicated SharePoint 2013 experts. All of Coello Group’s Managed Services packages start with a deep-dive health check which allows us to become […]

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sharepoint 2013 Remove a table border WITHOUT Designer

Hello. I’ve added a basic table to a content-editor webpart, and SharePoint has thoughtfully given it a default border I can’t get rid of. (There’s no “border” controls on the Table tab.) I have the depressing feeling I’ll need to look at source code to fix this, but I’m not a programmer, so HTML is so much gibberish to me. […]

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With all the channels available to spread the word about your brand, it can be difficult to ensure the consistency of your message. Does your website reflect your current ad campaign? Are your social media initiatives in line with your public relations campaign? MindTrig unified marketing approach unites all your efforts—raising brand awareness, generating more leads and helping you get […]

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Custom Solutions

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While Microsoft SharePoint, Joomla, Moodle, WordPress are ideal CMS platform for a majority of engagements, there are times when the business requirements call for an entirely custom approach. CG has been building complex enterprise applications on the Microsoft .NET and php platform for over a decade. For each of these solution types we leverage years of experience in SharePoint, asp.net, […]

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what is html?

Firstly, HTML is short for “HyperText Markup Language”. That may sound scary, but it simply means it is a language for describing web-pages using ordinary text. HTML is not a complex programming language. HTML Files Every web page is actually a HTML file. Each HTML file is just a plain-text file, but with a .html file extension instead of .txt, […]

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How To: Create Hyperlink to Modal Pop-Up Form

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I was asked by a client recently if there was a way to create a hyperlink to a New Item Form anywhere within a site but still get the rich experience of the Modal pop-up window that grays out the background. (Note this is for SharePoint 2010 Only…) I basically took the code directly from the “Add new item” and […]

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SharePoint 2010 List – Require File Attachment

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While working with a custom list the other day I had the task of requiring file attachments to a custom list item. I know what you’re thinking, just create a document library with metadata. This was a little different however in that not every list item needed a file attachment, it was only list items that had specific options chosen […]

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Remove the Scroll Bar from a Custom SharePoint Web Part

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Normally this should be pretty straight forward.  However, today I had a custom Silverlight web part that had the vertical scroll bar appear whenever I set it to a fixed height.  It wasn’t that the content was too large for the fix height, it just felt I needed the scroll bar and no matter how large I set the height, […]

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Adding Filters to SharePoint 2010 Wiki Pages

ran across this today for the first time and was honestly a little surprised by it.  I wanted to add a Choice Filter to my team site and couldn’t.  In SharePoint 2010, when creating a Team Site, wiki pages are used for the home page as well as any other pages you create.  If you edit the page and try […]

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Connect to another library in SharePoint Designer 2010

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Remember this? “Connect to another library” from SharePoint Designer 2007 allows you to display data from another sites. It seems to disappear from SharePoint Designer 2010. The only workaround I found is detailed here. Here are quick steps according to this source, to show data from another sub site on your SharePoint site: Open SPD 2010 in the site you […]

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