XLV Bug: XSL Link Property and the ECB Menu

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

Quickly modifying views for the XSLT List View Web Part

I discovered something today that – whilst it may seem obvious to most! – is not something I’d realised was possible and I’m sure it’s going to save me a bucket load of time. I’d bet that on most SharePoint 2010 sites XSLT List View Web Parts (XLVs) are everywhere – they are on mine . . . → Read More: Quickly modifying views for the XSLT List View Web Part

XLV Strange HTML Behaviour With AJAX Options

I had to do a bit of digging around on my current project to help resolve a strange HTML issue we were having with the XSLT List View Web Part (XLV). In the end I tracked it down to the fact that if you have enabled the AJAX Options for the web part then the . . . → Read More: XLV Strange HTML Behaviour With AJAX Options

Overriding the no items message in an XLV

I recently posted about how to modify the default message that is displayed in an XSLT List View Web Part when there are no items to display. In the first post I modified some default parameters in the .webpart file, but I hinted that there is a better way… Well, having been reminded by a . . . → Read More: Overriding the no items message in an XLV

Overriding the presentation of an XSLT List View Web Part

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