2013 Year in Review – Top Ten Blog Posts
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2013 Year in Review – Top Ten Blog Posts

Posted by on Monday, December 16th, 2013  

 

Well, hello! I’m Robin, more commonly known around these parts as Rainbow.  I do a little bit of everything here at Summit 7, but mostly take care of our website, its analytics and our social media presence.

In the process of running our yearly analytics report, I compiled a list of our top ten blogs. These blogs received the greatest number of hits, and coincidentally, the greatest number of linked search queries. So, without further delay, I present…

 

Summit 7 Systems’ Top Ten Blogs of 2013

#10. Composed Looks in SharePoint 2013 – Part 2

Jason Cribbet explains Composed Looks and how to deploy them using the interface, or programmatically.

 

#9. Cannot Remove Server Reference From Farm Cachehostinfo is Null

Daniel Webster demystifies the dreaded “CacheHostInfo is null” message.

 

#8. Composed Looks in SharePoint 2013 – Part 1

Lori Cribbet’s Composed Looks primer. This is the epic prequel to Jason Cribbet’s Composed Looks blog.

 

#7. Color Code Calendar Events in SharePoint

Shane Shipley makes organizing your calendar a breeze with color coded events.

 

#6. PowerShell Output to a File and Some Other Tidbits

Jamye Few shares more than a few handy PowerShell script snippets in this blog.

 

#5. Lync for Mac Fails to Login to Lync Online BPOS or O365

Jason Miller is our resident Apple/Mac guy. His blog provides a fix for a Lync for Mac login issue.

 

#4. Creating a Parent/Child List Relationship in SharePoint 2013

Mark Rackley explains creating a Parent/Child list relationship in SharePoint 2013 – with visual aides!

 

#3. Who Needs a Data View Web Part SharePoint REST and Datables.net

Cut out the Data View Web Part middle man and use DataTables + SharePoint REST. Mark Rackley shows you how!

 

#2. Tabbed Web Parts in SharePoint 2013 Office 365

This blog from Mark Rackley helps you organize those wild web parts.

 

#1. A Simple jQuery Content Slider for SharePoint 2007, 2010, 2013 and O365

Sometimes you just need a simple jQuery content slider for SharePoint, am I right? Mark Rackley has you covered!

 

This concludes our list of the Top Ten Blogs of 2013.  Our consultants worked hard to bring such awesome posts and we’re proud to have such talented and hardworking people on our team! I hope you’ve found something useful here for yourself, or someone you know. Please feel free to share our site and leave a comment if you enjoyed what you read. Thanks for visiting!

We look forward to another successful year in 2014, We couldn’t do it without you!

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