My SharePoint Log

SharePoint 101 – O365 search results “Filename”

As default SharePoint Search results displays the “Title” of a document instead of the “Filename“.


This behavior is sometimes really annoying and doesn’t work for the end users.

The easiest way to change this behavior is to change the “Search Schema”

Navigate to your Central Administration or O365 Search Administration | “Manage Search Schema”


Search for the managed property “Title


Add the crawled property ” ows_LinkFilename” as “a Mapping” to this property and move it to the top | OK | and re-crawl your content


Search Results should now display the Filename before the Title



Content by Search – Responsive News Slider

One of the features I’ve always missed in SharePoint OOTB is a News Slider, and with SharePoint 2013 and the new web standards for “mobile first cloud first” ect… what I’ve been missing is a Responsive News Slider.

The solution is SharePoint Content by Search and a good JQuery Slider of your choice.

My preferred JQuery slider add-on: thanks too the creator: @viljamis. Special thanks to
Bastian Gutschke.

What do you need?

  • The above JQuery Add-on or any other
  • SharePoint Content By Search

How do you proceed?

  • Create a copy of one of the default display control templates(I’ve used the “Slider” template)
  • In this template add the references to the custom jQuery and css

  • Call the jquery function and css class

  • If needed create your own “Item display template”
  • In SharePoint style library create a new folder named “Slider” and add the resource files:

  • Publish the files and configure your Content by Search with the above display template


The Result is a beautiful slider, the slider will be able to display dynamic content from both image libraries and pages libraries:

Slider on desktop:


Slider on mobile:






Content by Search – Open link in Modal dialog

Changes made to Display Template |

id=”_#= pictureContainerId =#_”>

onclick=”javascript: SP.UI.ModalDialog.showModalDialog({ url: ‘_#= linkURL =#_’, title: ‘_#= $htmlEncode(line1) =#_’ }); return false;”
id=”_#= pictureLinkId =#_”> _#= pictureMarkup =#_ </a>