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This page is dedicated to free resources that we have published via blog posts. Please feel free to take and extend any of the source code available.

Weather Web Part

This is a simple web part that querys google based on the location configured in the web parts propertys. It displays the current weather as well as the forecast in celcius.

Source: Weather Web Part (Source) (599)

WSP: Weather Web Part (WSP) (598)

 

Mega Menu

These are the downloads for the mega menu project discussed here

WSP: Mega Menu Solution (WSP) - Version 1.1 (2785)

Source: Mega Menu Solution (Source) - Version 1.1 (3755)

Blue Version with Security Trimming: Mega Menu Solution (Source) (989)

 

10 Responses to SharePoint

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  2. I saw Chris’ simple CRM blog and as I am looking for a similar solution, I’m hoping that I can shortcut the process by buying the templates off you guys rather than spending a few hours trial and error.

    Best regards

    Bruno Giversen

  3. Paul Blazek

    Hey Chris,

    I am also looking for a similar solution. I tried to follow building your crm but for some reason there were no screenshots. Do you build custom solutions in office 365 that will sync with outlook?

  4. Chris Grist

    Hi Paul,
    Yes, I can absolutely help. WordPress seems to have had trouble with the images, there is a mirror of the posts over here:

    http://sp365.co.uk/2011/08/simple-crm-system-part-one-getting-started/
    http://sp365.co.uk/2011/08/simple-crm-system-part-two/

    I do also do independent consulting, this blog will turn in to that site soon with the blog moved to a Blogs address when I can figure out how, so if you have some requirements shoot me a email gristy@live.com.au and I will be happy to help.

  5. Natalie

    Hey Chris,

    I’ve been playing with the original megamenu as a solution for a project I have (I’m more an admin than a developer)- and the one thing I needed to add was security trimming. I grabbed the blue version above but when I build and deploy the solution it’s a mess. I’m sure I’m doing something wrong, but I haven’t changed the source files at all, just building and deploying. The css appears fine, but it’s as if nothing is being applied to the masterpage. I’ve verified the files and the links, everything looks right to me.
    Can you advise?

    • Chris Grist

      Howdy Natalie,

      Sorry for not getting back to you sooner.

      I do not have a suitable Dev environment to replicate right now, did you remove the original version you installed completely first?

      • Natale

        Oh I’m pretty sure it was operator error! :) It’s all working fine now. Though, I am wondering if there is any way to use the groups feature with out having to add all my users to a SharePoint security group. Currently we create AD security groups and add those to sites for permissions. The “groups” feature appears to only recognize users within SharePoint Groups. I’m mostly a no-code developer and poking around the interwebs I haven’t found a satisfactory anwer.

        Thanks!
        Natalie

        • Chris Grist

          Hi Natalie,
          The credentials in the web part settings is for AD have a play with these, it took me a couple of times but once they are correct, the AD groups will expand.

  6. Natalie

    Hi Chris,

    I got side tracked from this project but it’s back on. Can you clarify your last comment? Which web part settings are you referring to?

    Thanks,
    Natalie

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