To test this problem I have created a Promoted Link called My Links and added two items. Create an new item for a link to google.com and bing,com web site:
When you click on either one of the tiles it will open a new tab, don’t close the tab and return to the tab where the Promoted Links were. Now click on the other tile and you can see that it open in the same tab as the previous tile. Continue reading
In this post I am going to show you how to apply AngularJS to your Visual WebParts in SharePoint.
Create a SharePoint 2013 Solution.
From Visual Studio menu File->New->Project and then use the SharePoint 2013 – Empty Project Template. Name the project DemoSite1 and the solution SharePoint2013 and click OK to continue. While Visual Studio is preparing your solution why not go and make yourself some coffee!
Right click on the DemoSite1 project and from the popup menu select Add->SharePoint “Layouts” Mapped Folder. After you have created the Layouts folder you will see another sub folder called DemoSite1. So in the Layouts folder create a Scripts folder, and then create another Scripts folder inside the DemoSite1 folder.
To create a new site collection on SharePoint 2013 server, open Central Administration and under the Application Management section select Create site collections:
Enter a Title and Description for your site, so for the title I am using Demo Site 1. Web Site Address you may select an alternative URL Path or use the default URL Path sites and then enter your URL name, for this demonstration I will use DemoSite1.