Image renditions within SharePoint 2013 are predefined templates for re-sizing uploaded images. This allows site and site collection administrators to use the same image and display it at different sizes throughout a publishing site. Continue reading “SharePoint 2013 Web Content Management and Image Renditions”
When setting up a company intranet, we wanted to leverage the publishing feature to create rich web content pages within SharePoint 2013.
One of the pages we wanted to create was a dashboard style page using the Blank Web Part Page and Excel Web Access. We enabled the publishing feature and were then proceeded to create our new page using the Blank Web Part Page layout. After going through the steps to add the Excel Web Access web part and configuring it to point to a specific chart within our workbook, we came across what seems to be a bug in SharePoint 2013. Our named chart would not appear on the page, only a blank content region where the chart should be.
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While saving a SharePoint 2010 site as a template for a client, I kept getting an error. The template was created though, so I tried to activate it in the solution gallery, but I got this: Continue reading “Fixing an invalid BCS column in a list template”
SharePoint 2013 expands the web content management functionality with built in SEO functionality that can be associated with each page within a site. In order to leverage the new functionality, you need to make sure you have the SharePoint Server Publishing Infrastructure active at the root of the site collection if you do not have the option to add SEO Properties. Continue reading “SharePoint 2013 Introduces SEO Functionality”