Inmake - Jun 2, 2011
Conditional formatting now becomes easier using SharePoint Designer 2010. We can create intelligent view which able to highlight some important pointer in the display. There are 3 types of conditional formatting:
1. Show content , show content based on the pre-specified conditions
2. Hide content , hide content based on the pre-specified conditions
3. Apply formatting , apply formatting based on the pre-specified conditions.
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SharePoint 2010: How to create Cascading Lookup Field | Ideas For Free - Jan 0, 2011
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English In previous post I have demonstrated “How to create cascading lookup field” in SharePoint 2010 using InfoPath. I will extend the possibility by utilizing Client Object Model and SharePoint Designer; therefore we don’t need InfoPath to have the cascading lookup field. Using same scenario where City is cascading lookup field from the selected Country, we’ll see together how Client Object Model solve the problem. In this solution we need to create JS referral to SP.
I’ve found this question in forum – but since it was not easy to explain by sentences, I would like to create a sample working option here.
For example you have this list as data source:
In the data source you have 24hr format (I use string type for my sample, but you can use normal DateTime).
In SharePoint, to display the 24hr format in 12hr format, you need to use DataFormWebpart + proper ddwrt function like this: