Friday 10th April, 2015
9:55am to 11:05am
Solutions can no longer simply be functional, they need to look good and provide an excellent user experience. Though the Search Results in SharePoint 2013 are already a great improvement over our previous experiences, it is even better when we take advantage of what it offers to change how results are displayed.
In this session, you will learn how to build a reusable, beautiful and dynamic menu built from a search query. See how to build a Display Template in SharePoint 2013, so that any returned Search Results can provide users with a dynamic menu to explore and interact with them. See the difference between Control Display Templates and Item Display Templates to build your own interactive solutions with your SharePoint Content. The Display Template will be available at the end of the session.
SharePoint MVP at Sharegate
Geek and SharePoint MVP, Benjamin has been around the globe helping people reach their goals by simplifying SharePoint. As a Certified Trainer for well over 6 years, he has become very comfortable training and sharing his experiences. But first of all, Benjamin is just a Geek. In Love with SharePoint since the beginning of the 2007 version up to now amidst the cool new features in SharePoint 2013.
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