Daily Archives: April 13th, 2017

  1. ThriveFast Receives National Recognition as American Small Business Champion

    We are proud and honored to announce that ThriveFast has been chosen as an American Small Business Champion by SCORE and Sam’s Club.

    The American Small Business Championship (championship.score.org) awarded the title to 102 small businesses, two in every state and the District of Columbia, for their sacrifices and dedication to the success of their business. The American Small Business Champions each received a $1,000 Sam’s Club gift card, an all-expense-paid trip to a training event, SCORE mentoring for one year, and promotion throughout the year to showcase each Champion’s story.

    We are honored to have been chosen and look forward to attending the training event and connecting with our very own SCORE mentor to really take our business to the next level.

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  2. Default “All Day Event” to True

    The SharePoint Calendar Content Type includes an “All Day Event” Yes/No Checkbox Field. By default, this value is set to false. If you want to default this value to True, you have to use a little jQuery in your NewForm.aspx. Perform the following steps to default the All Day Event Field to True:

    1. Go to your Calendar List. Select the “List” Tab
    2. Click the “Form Web Parts” drop down and select the “New Form”
    3. Add a Content Editor Webpart to the page.
    4. Download the latest jQuery.Min file and upload to the Site Assets folder on your SharePoint.
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  3. Error Opening O365 Site in SP Designer

    When trying to open an Office 365 site in SharePoint Designer 2013 you may encounter the following error:
    “We are unable to connect right now. Please check your network settings and try again later”

    Perform the following steps to fix:

    1. On the local computer, browse to the following folder:
      C:Users<username>AppDataRoamingMicrosoftSharePoint DesignerProxyAssemblyCache
    2. Delete all files and folders in this directory.
    3. On the local computer, browse to the following folder:
      C:Users<username>AppDataRoamingMicrosoftWeb Server ExtensionsCache
    4. Delete all files in this directory
    5. Try opening the site in SharePoint Designer again. It should work.
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