Migrate SharePoint JavaScript customizations to SharePoint Framework

Migrate SharePoint JavaScript customizations to SharePoint Framework

Migrate existing Script Editor Web Part customizations to the SharePoint Framework

In the past you might have built a SharePoint customization using nothing else than JavaScript, HTML and maybe some CSS and images. Your customization would be embedded on the page using either the Content or the Script Editor Web Part and would contain the necessary HTML and references to its resources. With the recent release of the SharePoint Framework you wonder what the easiest way is to migrate your customization so that it can be used on modern team sites.

Low impact text changing in SharePoint with jQuery

Low impact text changing in SharePoint with jQuery

How to change the default text displayed at the bottom of stock web parts.

Disabling Actions menu items in SharePoint

Disabling Actions menu items in SharePoint

Nice little script that disables items in the Actions menu of a list or library.

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Two small things: First some examples of really smart uses of the Content Editor Web Part available to end users in SharePoint. You can freely add JavaScript (or even CSS-overrides) to the CEWP, so this web part can be a mighty tool for end users and administrators alike. Check out the examples here.

And this April Fools Joke can clearly be filed under ‚How to not use your Intranet‘. Although i could raise some valid questions about authenticity and transparency and how these concepts relate to digital communication, the reality leaves me baffled.