SharePoint list items have in the the base Item template a field named Order. This field is not shown by default.
SharePoint 2007, 2010 and 2013 have a possibility to specify the order in a UI, using the layouts page:
In SharePoint 2010 and 2013 it is possible to add a custom action to a list. It is possible to add a custom action to order list items as follows (SharePoint 2010 description):
- Open SharePoint Designer 2010
- Navigate to a list
- Select Custom Actions > List Item Menu
- Fill in the dialog box:
- Open List Settings > Advanced Settings > Content Types, and set Allow management of content types to No
- On List Settings select Column Ordering
This results in the following UI in the browser:
You can change your custom action in SharePoint designer. On the list screen in the bottom right corner you can find the custom action:
We now need to modify the view to include the order by adding the Order field to the view, and sorting on the Order field. Problem is that the Order field is hidden. It is possible to modify the schema of the Order field to set the Hidden attribute to FALSE. If we don’t want to write code to do it and still get the required result it is also possible to modify the view through SharePoint Designer:
Modify the code of the view:
This results in:
Note that if you change the view through the web UI these changes are partly lost. If this is a problem modify the Order field schema for the list.
I love their search UI where you can specify a search term, that you want a transparent background, the size of the icon, and that you want an unlicensed icon.
To get the CDN url, select the icon, and on the following screen right-click on the icon and select Copy Image Location.
This results in the following url: http://cdn1.iconfinder.com/data/icons/fugue/icon/edit-list-order.png.
When I need an icon I use Google search for images, type in the usage for the icon, for example order, and specify an exact size for the icon.
Google in their infinite wisdom decided to change the image search UI:
Select Search tools:
As you can see, no exact size can be specified… you can specify Icon, but no size for the icon.
After some searching I found this question nicely answered. An the answer is…. add the following to your search terms:
So search for: order imagesize:16x16
This results in some messed up UI:
The next step is that I want to specify the type of image. In the new UI I get the following options:
That’s not what I mean…I want to say gif or png!
If we go to the Google advanced image search page (http://www.google.com/advancedimagesearch), we see some other options:
After some fiddling we extend our search to: order imagesize:16x16 filetype:png
The Google search UI is modified again!
Happy image searching!