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  • Mavention Insert Table of Contents App for SharePoint - Blog - Mavention
    perfectly usable and supported in SharePoint 2013 both on premises and on line using the new App Model for building and distributing SharePoint customizations is the preferred approach Mavention Insert Table of Contents App for SharePoint In this release I converted Mavention Insert Table of Contents to a SharePoint hosted App for SharePoint From the functional point of view nothing has changed and the new app offers you the same capabilities as the previous release of the solution After the installation the app adds a new button to the Ribbon that allows you to insert a table of contents in the Rich Text Editor based on the H2 headings in its contents Even though Mavention Insert Table of Contents is built using the new App Model in its current state it cannot be redistributed via the Office Store The reason for that is that the app needs Full Site Permissions to install the Ribbon button and Page Component for interacting with the Rich Text Editor in the Site Collection I will write in more detail about the conversion process in my next blog post In the meanwhile Download Mavention Insert Table of Contents App for SharePoint 52KB APP Originally posted

    Original URL path: http://www.mavention.nl/blog/mavention-insert-table-of-contents-app-sharepoint (2016-02-18)
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  • Secure file deleting with Mavention Safe Delete - Blog - Mavention
    used Inconvenient deleting files in SharePoint 2010 You can delete an item in many ways in SharePoint 2010 First of all you can navigate to the particular Document Library find your file and delete it using the context menu ECB The same applies to list items Another option is to select multiple items and delete them using the Delete Document button in the Ribbon Yet another way is to navigate to the Content and Structure Manager and to delete the particular item there Depending on which way you choose SharePoint uses different logic to delete the selected items Additionally you can also delete a file using WebDAV or programmatically but in those scenarios there is no UI that you could interact with Using different code to delete an item is not really surprising After all with the introduction of fluent UI in SharePoint 2010 the user experience has changed as well introducing new ways of interacting with SharePoint At the same time everyone expected everything that has been done in SharePoint 2007 to keep working with SharePoint 2010 Considering improving the user experience around deleting files that are being used you would have to take care of all the different ways in which a file can be deleted to provide consistent user experience Introducing Mavention Safe Delete Mavention Safe Delete is a SharePoint 2010 Farm Solution that helps users ensure that they are not deleting files that are still being used Upon installation it works in the background and every time a user tries to delete a file it checks if that particular file or files are still being used If so the user is being prompted with the list of files that are being used and by what files they are being used He can then choose whether to

    Original URL path: http://www.mavention.nl/blog/secure-file-deleting-with-mavention-safe-delete (2016-02-18)
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  • Easy search and replace with Mavention Search and Replace - Blog - Mavention
    that the Mavention Search and Replace Farm Configuration Farm scoped Feature is activated This Feature allows Mavention Search and Replace to log its activity as well as log its errors should there be any to the Event Log The logging level can be configured using the Monitoring Configure diagnostic logging page in Central Administration by setting the desired logging level on the Mavention Search and Replace category Next on all Web Applications on which you want to use search and replace you have to activate the Mavention Search and Replace Web Application Configuration Feature Searching and replacing content in all Publishing Pages in a Site Collection is resource intensive So in order to minimize the performance impact on your website and improve the stability of the whole process searching and replacing content has been implemented as a Timer Job Activating the Mavention Search and Replace Web Application Configuration Feature installs the Timer Jobs on that particular Web Application Then there is the Mavention Search and Replace Site Collection Feature Activating this Feature enables the search and replace functionality in the particular Site Collection How it works After deploying the Mavention Search and Replace Solution in your Farm and activating all the Features as described above you are ready to start using Mavention Search and Replace on your website Configuring the search and replace entries The Mavention Search and Replace uses the Search and Replace List to define all search and reply entries This list is located in the Root Web of your Site Collection After navigating to this list you scan start adding search and replace entries Following screenshot shows a sample entry for ensuring the name Mavention is written correctly As you can see on the screenshot for each entry you can define multiple search strings separated by a line break enter Additionally you can specify if string matching should be case sensitive or not Running search and replace Once you ve defined your search and replace entries it s time to run the search and replace process As mentioned before there are two ways in which you can run search and replace on your website You can either run it on demand or have it run as a scheduled process Running search and replace on demand To run search and replace on demand go to Site Settings of your Site Collection From the Site Collection Administration group click the Search and Replace link Next on the Search and Replace page click the Run now button The search and replace process will run within a few minutes This slight delay has to do with the fact that the search and replace process is implemented as a Timer Job The Mavention Search and Replace Search and Replace in Site Collection Timer Job driving the on demand search and replace process runs by default each 5 minutes Running search and replace as a scheduled process Another option is to have the search and replace process be executed periodically For this you

    Original URL path: http://www.mavention.nl/blog/search-replace (2016-02-18)
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  • Spell checking brand names with Mavention Spell Check - Blog - Mavention
    process runs as once a night as a scheduled task And although it s possible to run the search and replace process on demand searching in all publishing pages within a particular Site Collection is resource consuming While there are valid scenarios when search and replace throughout the whole site makes sense and is exactly what you want there are also situations when some more direct feedback is what you might be after Spell checking brand names One of the content management capabilities of SharePoint 2010 is the built in spell checker that you can use to verify that words in the content on a particular page are spelled correctly Whether you have started the spell check yourself or you were publishing a page you can instantaneously see if there are any spelling errors in your text Wouldn t it be great if you could leverage the experience of the standard SharePoint 2010 spell checker but then be able to check the spelling of multi words brand names as well Spell checking brand names with Mavention Spell Check Mavention Spell Check is a SharePoint 2010 no code Sandboxed Solution that allows you to check the spelling of multi word expressions such as brand names Mavention Spell Check works similarly to the Mavention Search and Replace solution I wrote about recently Upon installation a list called Spell Check Terms is created in the Root Web of your Site Collection In this list you define the names of brands and products and their frequent incorrect spelling variants Once the brand names have been defined you scan start using the Mavention Spell Check solution While editing the content of a Publishing Page a new option called Terms Spelling becomes available on the Ribbon After you click the Terms Spelling button Mavention Spell Check

    Original URL path: http://www.mavention.nl/blog/spell-checking-brand-names-mavention-spell-check (2016-02-18)
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  • Tracking links using Google Analytics in SharePoint 2010 with Mavention Google Analytics Links Tracking - Blog - Mavention
    While the HTML might seem untouched at first as soon as you save your page you will see that your custom HTML markup has been removed One workaround to this challenge would be not to use the Publishing HTML Field Type and have the HTML stored as text in SharePoint And while this might seem a good idea at first it has some trade offs among which losing support for Alternate Access Mappings Although the Publishing HTML Field Type does not allow us to use unsafe markup there is a way to work around it Tracking links in content using Google Analytics with Mavention Google Analytics Links Tracking Mavention Google Analytics Links Tracking is a SharePoint 2010 Sandboxed Solution that allows you to add Google Analytics event tracking information to your links Since using the onclick attribute within Publishing HTML fields is not allowed Mavention Google Analytics Links Tracking stores the Google Analytics tracking information as a CSS class which on every page load is transformed into an onclick attribute What s in the box After installing the Mavention Google Analytics Links Tracking solution the following three Site Collection scoped Features are installed Mavention Google Analytics Links Tracking this is the core Feature that installs all scripts required for functioning of the solution and installs the UI for managing Google Analytics event tracking information on hyperlinks Mavention Google Analytics Links Tracking jQuery registration this Feature registers jQuery upon which Mavention Google Analytics Links Tracking scripts depend You don t have to activate this Feature if you re using jQuery yourself Mavention Google Analytics Links Tracking registration script this Feature registers the tracking script responsible for transforming the CSS class with analytics information into an onclick attribute This Feature should be activated unless you have referenced the tracking script located at

    Original URL path: http://www.mavention.nl/blog/tracking-links-google-analytics-sharepoint-2010-mavention-google-analytics-links-tracking (2016-02-18)
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  • Easy tracking outbound links with Google Analytics in SharePoint 2010 with Mavention Google Analytics Outbound Links Tracking - Blog - Mavention
    onclick event has to be added to each link you want to track As I ve described in detail in my previous article the SharePoint 2010 Publishing HTML Field Type does not allow you to use the onclick attribute which is being removed each time you save the content of your Publishing Page The solution to this challenge is similar to implementing event tracking using Google Analytics in SharePoint 2010 and for your convenience I wrapped it in a turn key SharePoint 2010 Solution Tracking outbound links with Google Analytics in SharePoint 2010 with Mavention Google Analytics Outbound Links Tracking Mavention Google Analytics Outbound Links Tracking is a no code SharePoint 2010 Sandboxed Solutions that allows you to easily track outbound links using Google Analytics It s up to you to define which outbound links should be tracked What s in the box Upon installation of the solution three Site Collection scoped Features are installed Mavention Google Analytics Outbound Links Tracking this is the core Feature that installs all scripts required for functioning of the solution and installs the UI for managing Google Analytics outbound links tracking on hyperlinks Mavention Google Analytics Outbound Links Tracking jQuery registration this Feature registers jQuery upon which Mavention Google Analytics Outbound Links Tracking scripts depend You don t have to activate this Feature if you re using jQuery yourself Mavention Google Analytics Outbound Links Tracking registration script this Feature registers the tracking script responsible for transforming the CSS class with analytics information into an onclick attribute This Feature should be activated unless you have referenced the tracking script located at Style Library Mavention GAOutboundLinksTracking Mavention GAOutboundLinksTracking js yourself to for example limit the number of requests on your site How it works Assuming you ve correctly done the setup of the solution with your

    Original URL path: http://www.mavention.nl/blog/easy-tracking-outbound-links-google-analytics-sharepoint-2010-mavention-google-analytics-outbound-links-tracking (2016-02-18)
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  • Mavention Meta Fields v1.1: no jQuery release - Blog - Mavention
    I decided to provide a quick fix a version of the Mavention Meta Fields v1 1 solution without jQuery Functionality wise it s exactly the same as the previously released version The only difference is that you are responsible yourself for loading the jQuery library Hopefully this will make it easier for you to integrate Mavention Meta Fields with your environments Thank you for all your feedback Download Mavention Meta

    Original URL path: http://www.mavention.nl/blog/mavention-meta-fields-v1_1-no-jquery-release (2016-02-18)
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  • Easy preventing links from being followed in SharePoint 2010 with Mavention Rel Nofollow - Blog - Mavention
    next time a search bot visits your site and discovers this link it will not follow it Inconvenient rel nofollow in SharePoint 2010 Although SharePoint 2010 doesn t provide any option in the UI for setting the rel nofollow attribute on hyperlinks it doesn t mean it s not supported In fact you can perfectly add it yourself directly by editing the HTML source and even after you save the page the rel nofollow attribute will be persisted with the rest of the contents As you can see adding the rel nofollow attribute isn t that hard at least if you have some experience with HTML and the page that you re working with isn t that large and its markup isn t that complex Wouldn t it just be easier to have UI and not have to dive into the page source Easy adding the rel nofollow attribute to hyperlinks with Mavention Rel Nofollow Mavention Rel Nofollow is a no code SharePoint 2010 Sandboxed Solution that allows you to add the rel nofollow attribute to a hyperlink with a single mouse click Upon the installation the Mavention Rel Nofollow Site Collection Feature is installed and activated This automatically installs the UI that you can use to add the rel nofollow attribute to a hyperlink When you edit a publishing page and focus on a hyperlink in the Link Tools contextual group on the Ribbon in the Behavior group you should see the new Mark link as nofollow checkbox As soon as you check it the rel nofollow attribute will be added to the hyperlink you can verify that by exploring the HTML source of the Rich Text Editor Should you uncheck the Mark link as nofollow checkbox the rel nofollow attribute will be removed from the hyperlink Summary Using

    Original URL path: http://www.mavention.nl/blog/easy-preventing-links-sharepoint-2010-mavention-rel-nofollow (2016-02-18)
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