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SPUserPoll provides your SharePoint environment with a set of web parts to allow your end users to create simple polls. It does this without the hassle of the standard SharePoint surveys which is not intended to create a simple 1 question poll.
This SharePoint 2007 web part pulls in the logged in users AD account and uses their location field to pulls in the weather data from weather.com If the current users AD location is empty, then a default location is enclosed. An XML is provided to control how to render the weather info.
The Poll Web Part allows you to quickly poll your end users without using a lot of real estate like what the SharePoint surveys use.
This web part serves as an alternative for the MOSS RSS Viewer web part, especially if you do not have MOSS or if you need to display RSS feeds on a WSS site. I needed to write this web part for that exact reason, I didn't have MOSS and I needed an RSS web part on my WSS site. The web part is Ajax enabled for faster page loads.
This map web part utilizes both the SharePoint API and the Virtual Earth API and enables you to enter addresses into a SharePoint list and those addresses will be plotted within the map webpart. It comes with two views, the address view and the map view. By placing two map web parts on the page, you ... [More]
A small web part to display links to events stored in a list (or document library) in a mini calendar (in month view mode). It shows tooltips for the the events. It uses standard sharepoint css classes.
The list item archiving web parts archive list items, grouped by month and year. This is a great alternative to the standard archiving solution that is given with the out of box SharePoint blog. Instead of the calendar view for your posts (or other generic list items), you can use these web parts to give your users a format that is more typical.
WSS v3 web part that uses Silverlight 2.0 to display list activity (new and modified items) in the last two days. Web Part properties (per user) are used to configure Silverlight display options such as showing lists with no activity, opening list links in a new window or the same window, colors for ... [More]
Blog Article Teaser: "I really like doing things in 10 easy steps, because although there is a lot of good tips and tricks out there for Silverlight, it’s not always easy to get from A-Z for beginners. In similar fashion to my 10 steps on SharePoint and Visual Studio workflows, I hope this ... [More]