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
A little while ago I wrote how it was possible to create an XSLT List View Web Part that could be exported. Whilst this is very useful, I actually find myself using a similar technique more often for displaying an XLV for a list on a different site from where has been created.
For example, . . . → Read More: Creating an XSLT List View Web Part from a Different Site
Update 28/07/2011: This post is now part of a series consisting of several other bugs I’ve seen with the XSLT List View Web Part:
View settings lost on saved XSLT List View Web Part Content type enabled list XLV can’t be added to sites XSL Link Property and the ECB Menu (this post!) Multiple web . . . → Read More: XLV Bug: XSL Link Property and the ECB Menu
I’ve recently put up a couple of posts on the XSLT List View Web Part (XLV) following some fairly extensive digging into the possibilities for my current project. My other posts on exporting the XLV or modifying the default ‘no items’ message were (I hope!) useful – but nowhere near as useful as this tip/ . . . → Read More: Overriding the presentation of an XSLT List View Web Part
The XSLT List View Web Part (XLV web part) is one of the great additions in SharePoint 2010. Why is it great? Well other than a lot of cool stuff under-the-hood it means that the end user can re-use custom styles, apply conditional formatting and many other rich customisations to the way their list data . . . → Read More: Exporting the XSLT List View Web Part in SharePoint 2010