I have created a teamsite in Sharepoint 2010 with the publishing feature enabled. For this site I have created a alternative CSS, which I have attached through the GUI.
Site actions, site settings, look and feel.....
When I'm creating new subsites the subsite doesn't automatically inherit this CSS from the root site. I have to through the GUI at the root site use the function reset all subsites to use the alternative CSS.
How can I automatically inherit the CSS from the root site when creating new subsites?
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I need to make my workflow in Sharepoint designer. But I want the function of "Automatically reject the document if it is rejected by any participant." so in case there are two manager approving a purchase request, the workflow stops and doesn't
send a task to the next manager if the first rejects it.
Is this possible? I would also like to have "Automatically reject the document if it is changed before the workflow is completed." but I can't see how to do this either.
I have created a simple custom page layout in SharePoint Designer, added a couple of web part zones, and a custom web part on each zone.
These web parts have a custom provider-consumer set of interfaces. I configured the connection between the web parts in SharePoint Designer (using Add Connection wizard), and saved the page layout.
After that, I checked in the layout and approved it in SP's web interface.
Finally, I created a Publishing Page based on my layout, but the connection between the web parts was not set. I can set the connection manually and it works fine, but I would like the connection to be automatically set on each page I create based
on the layout.
Is this the expected behavior? If so, is there a way to configure the connection automatically either programmatically or declaratively?
Is there a step I'm missing?