I’m currently working on a project where I have an AngularJS app (a form), that will be displayed on several different external websites. This means that I have to style the form to fit into several different page designs, with different existing stylesheets.
The form itself is styled using Bootstrap, one of the most commonly used front-end frameworks.
TL;DR: To style only a selected part of a website using a CSS framework, I create a container div around the app with a unique id, and then use LESS to change all the style definitions in the framework to only affect this particular id. This process is done automatically on build using .NET MVCs bundling framework.
I am working on a project where I have an AngularJS app on my own .NET MVC website, and I will display this app on several remote websites.
Why do I need to find a contact by display name?
In my app, I wanted to open a specific contact and add another phone number to it. I didn’t have the contact id of the contact, only the display name.
Why would I want to add many content type aliases to a content organizer rule?
When creating a content organizer rule in SharePoint, the default is that the rule is only valid for a single content type. To get around this limitation, you can add other content type names to the field Aliases (also known as RoutingAliases), displayed as “List of alternate names” in the SharePoint editor.