Category Archives: Sharepoint 2010 Web Parts

Why Sandbox solution will not support Visual Webpart ?


Why Sandbox solution will not support Visual Webpart The standard Visual Web Part is not supported in the sandbox environment. The reason for this is because Visual Web Parts effectively host an ASCX user control within the Web Part control. … Continue reading

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SharePoint Game Webpart


SharePoint Game Webpart http://spgameoflifewebpart.codeplex.com/ Goal: The Game of Life web part was created for a talk I presented at SharePoint Saturday New York in 2009. At the time, SharePoint 2010 was still in Beta and most people hadn’t see the … Continue reading

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Web Part vs using Application pages


As a developer we have many options available to us and it is difficult at first to really understand where to use what and when to use it. Hopefully through my trials and errors I will be able to share … Continue reading

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Asp.net 2.0 custom webpart and Sharepoint based web part.


Asp.net 2.0 custom webpart and Sharepoint based web part. A nice comparisons between asp.net 2.0 custom webpart and sharepoint based web part. ASP.NET 2.0 Web Part SharePoint-based Web Part For most business needs. To distribute your Web Part to sites … Continue reading

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.DWP vs .WEBPART


DWP vs .WEBPART   “During the time of adding a new webpart, iam seeing .dwp for some webparts and .webpart for some webparts as extension.  What is the difference between these two?” The differance here is that one is a … Continue reading

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Display News Pages in content Query Webpart


Display News pages with content Query Webpart http://chrisstahl.wordpress.com/2011/07/18/display-news-pages-with-cqwp-%E2%80%93-part-3/ This blog shows how to create a news ticker with Content By Query Web Part (CQWP), how you can make items slide from right to left with help of SharePoint Designer 2010. … Continue reading

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Dymanic Header Color For your Webparts


Dymanic Header Color For your Webparts Paste the below script on your Content Editor Webpart, put this webpart in the footer zone. All webparts will render based on the color specified in the Array order. <script type=”text/javascript”> var bcol=new Array(“#E18B6B”, … Continue reading

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