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Hero Sharepoint Web Part
- download the Web Part Installation Instructions (PDF file, see above)
- deploy the feature to your server/farm as described in the instructions.
- Navigate to a page where you would like to place the webpart and choose "Site Actions/Edit Page"
- Add the web part to the appropriate zone. The web part is listed in the "Amrein Engineering" web part gallery section
- Configure the following Web Part properties in the Web Part "Miscellaneous" pane section as needed:
Please enter a comment below if you have problems with the installation, want to give feedback or have suggestions for improvements:
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|User Comments|| Post a Comment |
|jackie mcdonough |
|Unable to download install instructions|
the broken link has now been fixed.
|Hi Juerg, |
Trying this one out as a trial--so far its great... just can't figure out how to set the size for each tile manually? It seems to set its own size regardless of the attachment image size.
Thanks ahead of time for your time and assistance!
the web part is designed to
- take up 100% of the available page or zone width
- manage the size of the tiles depending on the number of tiles added
It this is designed to quickly create a suitable tile layout without having to take care of the individual tile sizes.
If you need to control the size of each tile individually, please have a look at the “Tiles” web part (see /apps/page.asp?Q=5902)
Tile error "Hero List error: Object reference not set to an instance of an object", when keyuser left Title-field blanco. Is there an easier workaround to fix that issue than saving all links, deleting the webpart and creating it again?
how did you manage to leave the „Title“ field empty (it is a mandatory field) ?
You can navigate to your top site in the site collection, click “Site Contents” and the select the “AEHero” Sharepoint list which contains a entry for each tile.
Please then edit the offending list item and then also make sure to make the "Title" list column "required".
|Bill Dewey |
|The first user we have who added the Hero web part got an "Access Denied" immediately after. Looking at this page, I could see that the issue was the creation of the Hero's list. This user has access to the subsite level, not the top level, so the list could not be created. The problem for us is that most users only have access to their own subsites. Is there a way to have the Hero's list created at the subsite level? As it is it appears that this list will be same across the entire site collection, which won't work for us.|
we have now added the option to specify a local „AEHero“ list (eg. local to the current site).
Please re-download the web part and then update the solution and then add the below appSetting to your Sharepoint application’s web.config file:
<add key="AEHR_UseLocalList" value="1" />
(in the last <appSettings> section right after the “<system.net> section)
When using this option, the web part will create the list in the same site where the web part is placed.
|We're limited pretty severely in where we can use this otherwise excellent web part due to it not being responsive to be viewed on mobile phone size displays. Most site now need to be responsive and "mobile first" so I hope this can be taken as a change request and something that can be implemented for this web part.|
Currently, the tiles squish horizontally enough to be unusable on a phone display. They should display vertically instead in this case.
the tiles indeed get narrower as the screen width gets smaller.
This is due to the fact that the tile width is set as a percentage.
We thus added the new "minwidth" option (to be added to the web part's "Options" setting) which assigns a fixed minimum width to the first tile as eg.
Since the tile now has an explicit minimum width, the tile(s) to the right will now wrap below the main tile when viewed on small displays.
Please re-download the web part and then update the solution.
|The minwidth doesn't quite fix this. It disrupts the display on desktop displays by not filling the width of the web part very well or consistently, and on mobile displays, the non-main tiles still get squished into one row.|
we have now added better support for mobile devices.
The main tile now always occupies 100% of the available width and the other tiles occupy 50% on mobile devices.
Please re-download the web part and then update the solution.
Please then also remove the "minwidth" web part options which is not needed anymore.
|Thanks - it is a bit better on mobile now. If you'd like to work on improving this further by working together on it, please let me know.|
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