This article explains how to use some archaic PowerShell magic to configure a custom 404 page for your Modern SharePoint Online Communication site. If you’ve been working with SharePoint for a while, this property might be already familiar to you. A lot of settings for each site collection are stored…Continue reading How to configure a custom 404 page for a SharePoint site?
This topic seems to be on everyone’s mind right now: SharePoint Home Sites. They’re finally rolling out (again). Or maybe even rolled out, in case this article ends up late in my publishing queue! But what are they? How do you create SharePoint Home sites? How do you best use…Continue reading SharePoint Home Sites – a Game Changer?
This article explains the current terminology that Microsoft uses around your different pages in SharePoint. Or at least tries to – and do that in a way that’s faithful to the current, flat & Modern world. Microsoft has been known for its less-than-stellar track record of figuring out easy and…Continue reading SharePoint Home, Hub, Sites, Start… What?
This article describes an error situation that you might run into in Modern SharePoint, where you cannot take a page into edit mode anymore. You only get a strangely generic error message with a kinda weird failed request in the console. But, of course, there’s a fix – and an…Continue reading How to resolve the “You cannot edit this page”-error in Modern SharePoint
If your customers are anything like ours, some of them love the new modern library view, some will adjust and some just hate it and want to get as far away from it as possible. While embracing the new stuff is usually smart, there’s some value to sticking to what…Continue reading How to revert Modern view back to Classic for SharePoint libraries using PowerShell
SharePoint List Alerts. That magnificent functionality in SharePoint gives you a heads-up anytime someone touches your precious documents (so you can go and revert the changes) or changes files in Style Library (so you can go and remove that pink custom CSS they tried to add). Very useful for a…Continue reading Subscribe to changes on a SharePoint list
I won a hackathon! They had fun topics, it was a cool challenge, a well-organized event, and had cool prizes. Since this is the first hackathon I ever took part in, I thought I’d post something about my experience and the solution(s) I figured out. Description I recently took part…Continue reading Hackathon win: Resolving Managed Metadata Madness