Trying to upload a 10kb file to SharePoint: "Sorry, your files couldn't be uploaded. The upload might be too large or the server might be experiencing high network traffic."

How to enable custom scripts for a SharePoint site collection?

Reading Time: 5 minutes. This article explains how to enable custom scripts for any SharePoint site. Different instructions apply to SharePoint Online, and on-premises scenarios (SharePoint 2013, 2016 and probably 2019). Different solutions resolve the issue for different target sites: Modern SharePoint Team Sites (attached to Office Groups) SharePoint MySites Personal OneDrive sites Any SharePoint site collection created based on self-service site creation SharePoint Online tenant root site collection Any Classic SharePoint site collection Errors and causes Most typically I run into this when trying to insert a script web part with custom JavaScript into a site, that has NoScript enabled. That’s annoying – […]

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Opening a web part page in maintenance mode

Reading Time: 3 minutes. Can’t access a web part page because of a broken web part? Yeah, that’s a classic issue – and it’s nicely ported into Modern world, too! In these cases, web part page maintenance mode comes in handy! There’s a query parameter available for accessing it. For whatever reasons, it’s different for Classic and Modern mode, though. Why make things easy if you can make them dificult, right? 🙂  Posts Related to “Opening a web part page in maintenance mode”:SharePoint-Teams -integration using a tabSharePoint Localization – a (somewhat) comprehensive how-to!The effect of using Managed Navigation instead of Structural on SharePoint Online