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Since version 2013 SharePoint ships with a feature named composed looks. This enables site admins to easily style a site without writing a single line of CSS. The condition is that the solution is implemented to work with composed looks.

This blog post will explain the concept of composed looks and how they are implemented. It might not cover every single detail, but instead serve as a good starting point addressing all the different topics around this subject.

03. Oct
2014
by Markus Doggweiler Category:
Technical
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With MatchPoint 4.0.5 the Composite Refinement Web Part (CRWP) was released into the wild. It offers the same functionality as the Refinement Web Part and additionally provides a high flexibility in how the refinement groups are rendered.

26. Sep
2014
by Patrick Zenhäusern Category:
Technical
3

MatchPoint Snow version 1.0.3 has been released recently and is available for partners in the download section. This version contains new features and changes along with bug fixes. A complete list of all changes can be found within the release notes document.

This post provides a quick overview of the most important changes in MatchPoint Snow 1.0.3

22. Sep
2014
by Patrick Zenhäusern Category:
Announcement
0

MatchPoint version 4.0.5 has been released recently and is available for partners in the download section. This version contains new features and changes along with bug fixes. A complete list of all changes can be found within the release notes document.

This post provides a quick overview of the most important changes in MatchPoint 4.0.5

Tags: 4.0.5
22. Sep
2014
by Patrick Zenhäusern Category:
Announcement
0

MatchPoint version 3.1.8 is available for download in the download section. This version contains new features and changes as well as bug fixes. For a complete list of all changes, please see the release notes.

Tags: 3.1.8
05. Aug
2014
by Markus Doggweiler Category:
Announcement
0

A frequently asked question is whether multiple jQuery versions can be used when working with MatchPoint. This is available as of version 4.0.4. This technical blog post explains how to do this by making use of the jQuery.noConflict() function.

Tags: jQuery, 4.0.4
27. Jun
2014
by Markus Doggweiler Category:
Technical
0
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Markus Wälchli
13.10.2014 12:05
Hi Markus

Somewhat embarassing, but didn't realiz... | Goto Post
Markus Doggweiler
12.10.2014 03:32
Hi Markus

As every Snowflake configuration migh... | Goto Post
Markus Wälchli
10.10.2014 11:52
Nice post! The file "MatchPoint.Snow.Themable.Imag... | Goto Post
rtaccesa
01.10.2014 12:54
Thank you Patrick,

I will be looking forward to t... | Goto Post
Patrick Zenhäusern
30.09.2014 08:48
Hi Radu

I'm afraid it's not possible to provide a... | Goto Post