When you want create a new ‘supporting’ form (new/edit/display), there’s a special section in de SharePoint Designer 2010 interface that will create such a file for you:
This will create a new shiny form you can to use and customize. This works a whole lot better than the old crappy way with SharePoint Designer 2007 where you had to copy/paste the code from a newform/editform/dispform to your own .aspx file. And it would always break the attachments functionality… Continue reading
Hmmm…. this must be one of the most stupidest bugs I have ever seen in SharePoint.
So what’s the deal?
I’ve got a sitecollection in SharePoint 2010 that will eventually contain about 35 subsites. After creating the first 18 subsites, my global navigation showed only the three subsites I wanted the enduser to see. I hid the other 15 subsites.
My global navigation bar looked like this:
After added an additional 10 sites (all hidden from navigation), I suddenly noticed the menu item “Speaker pool” was gone.