.Net, ASP.NET, Programming, Various Languages, VB.NET, Visual Studio, Web Development, Web Server, WebForms

VB NET: Reading a PNG Image, Modifying it, then Sending it to the User

This is handy if you want to do some programmatic modifications to an image before presenting it to a user.

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.Net, ASP.NET, Programming, SharePoint, Software, Technology, VB.NET, Web Development, WebForms

Read a SharePoint Document Library’s Row Details in .NET

SharePoint Documents List
SharePoint Documents List

In this example you’ll see the basics of programmatically connecting .NET code (a simple WebForm) from your local machine to read a Documents list hosted on a SharePoint server. Specifically, in this example I am using Visual Studio 2017 and am connecting to a SharePoint 2016 site on the local network. Continue reading “Read a SharePoint Document Library’s Row Details in .NET”

CSS3, HTML, HTML5, Programming, SharePoint, Web Development

SharePoint 2016: Making the Quick Launch Bar Dynamic and Styling the Menu Items

Fly-out Menu
Fly-out Menu

The default look of the stock left hand side menu (also called the Quick Launch menu bar) that comes with SharePoint is really basic and is meant for you to style. The default behavior is to show a 2-level deep menu containing ‘Headings’ and indented ‘Navigation Links’. This hierarchy is static and is shown to the users as entirely expanded, which can take up a lot of screen real-estate.

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