Wednesday, March 14, 2012

Opening PDFs in SharePoint 2010

If you have your nice SP2010 setup you may notice that when you go to open a PDF file it prompts you to save it rather than opening.



This is really annoying and would send everyone here at the school completely bananas! Not to mention the fact that we try to get everything on SharePoint only to force people to save it to their own area!
Never fear there is a solution. It’s in central admin.

Go there and click ‘Manage Web Applications’



Click on the web app you want to change, and go to ‘General Settings’



Scroll down the list until you reach ‘Browser File Handling’
Change the radio box from Strict to Permissive.




Click ok.


Go back to your PDF document and click on it – and it will open up without forcing you to save it somewhere first.
You may have noticed in the first screen shot there was no PDF icon. Well, follow this guide to right that wrong!

Friday, March 9, 2012

SharePoint - How to change logo of site

 

Save your new logo to \14\TEMPLATE\IMAGES\RamiiBranding\mylogo.png
Now go to : Site settings -> under Look & Feel choose : Title, Description, and Icon
Logo URL and Description : /_layouts/IMAGES/RamiiBranding/mylogo.png
The Tip is relative path “/_layouts/IMAGES” actually refers to “\14\TEMPLATE\IMAGES” folder

Ramii