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Custom Content Query WebPart

Introduction:- When we create portal very often we use Content Query Web Part (CQWP) to display contents. If you are not using then start using it. Trust me its very nice. As per me; There are 2 bad points in CQWP:- 1. We end up to modify existing style library xslt for adding xslt template. […]

March 14, 2012 · Infoyen · 10 Comments
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Retrieve Web part Title in Contentquerymain.xsl

To retrieve webpart title in Contentquerymain.xsl, You can use Feed Title web part property. To achieve this you need to add <xsl:param name=”FeedTitle” /> to your custom ContentQueryMain.xsl in the params section. Doing this the param FeedTitle will contain the web part Title and can be used inside xsl as below code <xsl:value-of select=”$FeedTitle” /> […]

March 12, 2012 · Infoyen · 7 Comments
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Document Icon in CQWP

Description This article will show you how to display icon in Content Query Web Part (CQWP). Requirement:- In several requirements we use existing CQWP and modify XSLT to make required view. In one of requirement i asked to display icon of uploaded document. I found the very simple solution for which detail is described further […]

March 12, 2012 · Infoyen · No Comments
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