When ever you need to display a transparent overlay in SharePoint, you can reuse the one provided by SharePoint itself. SharePoints transparent overlay is displayed anytime you display a model dialog, like a list form for instance; SharePoint creates this overlay as part of rendering up a modal dialog in SP.UI.Dialog.js, and is created as … Continue reading Creating a SharePoint Transparent Overlay DIV
When developing a site or application page in SharePoint the ribbon control will typically be excluded from the modal display since it is outside of the modal dialogs rendered output (see SharePoint CSS class s4-notdlg). In most cases this is just fine, except that, if you want to display SharePoint notification toast’s you won’t see them, … Continue reading Display Status Notification Toast in a SharePoint Modal Dialog
Having recently been immersed in developing client-side functionality for a SharePoint 2007 project I thought I’d share some of the techniques and tools I’ve used in doing so. The functional requirements in this project are pretty standard CRUD operations; Collect data from the user and create new list items Display and modify existing data Display … Continue reading SharePoint: Developing with Client-side Technologies: jQuery, REST, SPServices and jsRender
Travis Lowdermilk’s SharePoint Search on Steroids series.
Demonstrates how to provide Auto Suggest Search capability of a List using a Content Editor Web Part and jQuery, read the article here.