Inspecting the CAML of a Content Query Web Part

I saw a message on the twitter tag #SPHelp today from @paulschaeflein asking how to troubleshoot the Content Query Web Part. After recently rediscovering a post I’d written on a bug with the CQWP it was fresh in my memory that I’d previously had to do a similar thing. In particular I’d wanted to inspect . . . → Read More: Inspecting the CAML of a Content Query Web Part

XLV Bug: Unable to use folders with cross-site XLV

As I was writing up a post in my collection of bugs with the XSLT List View Web Part I received a comment on a previous post regarding using the XLV with a list from a different site. The commenter (thanks Roy!) was reporting an issue when viewing a document library from one site on . . . → Read More: XLV Bug: Unable to use folders with cross-site XLV

XLV Bug: Content type enabled list XLV can’t be added to sites

Another instalment of my mini-series about some bugs that I’ve encountered with the XSLT List View Web Part – this time looking at an error that occurs if you try and show a content type enabled list on a different site using the XLV.

This post is part of a series consisting of several other . . . → Read More: XLV Bug: Content type enabled list XLV can’t be added to sites

XLV Bug: View settings lost on saved XSLT List View Web Part

After working with the XSLT List View Web Part for a good while now I’ve discovered some great features and a few annoying niggles or bugs. Whilst I’ll continue to post new finds and interesting techniques, I thought it worthwhile gathering the list of bugs together into a series – as I believe they’re something . . . → Read More: XLV Bug: View settings lost on saved XSLT List View Web Part

Listing all web parts in a site collection with PowerShell

As our current project has progressed we’ve quite naturally ended up with many pages of content. This is good news and highlights the success of the project – however in a solution with development on-going there are times when it is difficult to stay on top of all the content.

In particular if we’re interested . . . → Read More: Listing all web parts in a site collection with PowerShell