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TechEd North America 2014 is right around the corner.  I'm proud to be among the few offering SharePoint sessions at the conference.  This year, the conference is in my old neighborhood, Houston, TX.  If you are going to be at the conference...
With the display templates feature in SharePoint 2013, you can highly customize the look of search using HTML, JavaScript, and jQuery.  It turns out there are a lot of helper functions to make your life easier in the out-of-the-box scripts. ...
Today at SharePoint Conference 2014 in session #SPC3000 on Display Templates , I showed how to format your search results as a grid when using the Content Search web part. As promised, this blog post has gone live that walks you through the exact same...
SharePoint Designer is quite useful in the development cycle of display templates.  It's on the of the quickest ways to make changes.  Design Manager is probably one of the better routes, but if you have issues using it, SPD is not a bad...
In preparing for my SharePoint Display Templates talk ( #SPC3000 ) at SPC14, you'll be seeing a lot of posts from me in the coming weeks about the components that make up my demos.  Today, I wanted to talk briefly about using jQuery with display...
I’m excited to be returning to SharePoint Conference this year to deliver another exciting session.  I’m getting back to my roots this year and I’ll be delivering a session on Search.  If you have survived until Thursday be sure and check out...
As an administrator or developer, there may be times when you really want to see everything in the search index.  It’s great for troubleshooting.  Unfortunately, the way you do this seems to vary between SharePoint versions.  I wrote on...
The Office Developer Tools team snuck a new feature into the RTM version of the tools for Visual Studio 2012.  This new feature allows you to deploy apps and actually alter the search schema on the host web .  That’s right.  You can deploy...
With the combination of analytics and search in SharePoint 2013, there is a heap of new features to help determine which content is actually being used.  No longer is this information buried in reports for administrators, but it in fact is available...