It seems like every time I turn around, I have a project that reaches just beyond what SharePoint will do with out-of-the-box (OOB) functionality. And just about every time that happens, jQuery comes to the rescue to make the job easy, elegant, and robust.
In this chapter, I’ve only touched the tip of the iceberg by showing some examples in which you can use jQuery for some great, easy-to-use functionality. When you’re done with this chapter, you will know how to use jQuery to effect the following changes on your pages:
When you want all of your Calendar entries to be an all-day event, this little lesson shows you how to check the box automatically and then hide it so the user can’t change it. The example here is a Mileage Report submission calendar, where only the date matters and not the time of day.
Sometimes you want to solicit ...