1: What does the registration key mean?
A registration key is a one-of-a-kind ID generated by the FME Licensing Assistant from system data. It's Safe's way of limiting a single fixed license to a single computer.
2: What is a registration key number?
A registration key is a code of letters and numbers that allows access to one of the many Thomson Reuters products, such as Westlaw, CLEAR, Firm Central, and more.
3: What is the registration key?
Each person will create an individual user account by entering the customer's account number, an online registration key (available from your local dealer), and basic billing and shipping address information. The account administrator will be the first account created.
SharePoint Articles Web Part helps to post announcements, deliver company news, create FAQ’s, highlight products, and share info easily and in an attractive way. You can set the number of items to display, change the text size, set the orientation of your list (vertical or horizontal), and even choose a theme. Show or hide article dates if you wish, and ‘highlight’ your latest article just like they do on your favorite news website.
Web parts are the main characteristic of your page in the site. One such dynamic web part is the news web part, which you can easily use to engage the audience and inform them about important announcements, status updates, and more. Here’s a small guide on how to use the news web part for your site that can include graphics and eye-catching formatting.The news web part is by default available on the modern team and communication sites. You can add this web part to other modern pages in just a few simple steps.
With the introduction of modern pages, we got a new web part for announcements. It is called News. Not only it has a modern look and feel, but it is also fundamentally different. Unlike Announcements web part where every announcement was just a row in a table, every announcement in the News web part is a separate modern page! Yes, every time you add a new announcement, it creates another (modern) page in the Site Pages library. So what that means, since now you got a page for every announcement, you can build some visually appealing announcements with formatted text, images, videos, maps, and links.
WHAT’S NEW IN VERSION 1.0.4
How do you add the news web part to a page?
Click edit on the top right of your page to switch to editing mode.
Click the plus sign to add a web part.
Search “News” in the search box.
To change the layout, click on the edit button in the left corner of the news web part when you’re in the editing mode.
There are many layouts to choose from for the news web part. The default layout will be based on the type of site you have.
Changing the news source:
News posts are published to the page’s library. While working on a news web part, you can specify the source from which news will be picked. To do so, follow the below-mentioned steps:
In the edit mode, choose the edit button on the left of the news web part.
In the news source part, click this site or select sites. Your source can be the site you’re currently working on or any other site.
If you’re selecting sites, you can select one or more sites by searching for it.
You can also filter the posts you want to show in your news web part by title, recently added or changed, created by or modified by, and page properties.
Adding a news post by link:
If you want to show a post by using a link from your current site or any other site, follow the below-mentioned steps:
From the home page of the site, click +new and then “News Link”.
In the link field, paste the web address. Add the title of the news post.
You can also change the thumbnail or the image.
Removing the new post or news web part:
Whenever we add news in the news web part in the background it creates a page for that news with the page title in site pages. You can find the site pages under site content. You can also remove the news post by using the following steps:
Click site content.
Select site pages.
The page, you want to remove, click on the ellipses next to it and then delete.
If you want to delete the news web part itself, go to editing mode, then hover over news web part, and click delete on left. Still having doubt Contact us to get SharePoint Consulting Services to know more
How to add Announcements Web Part
Because Announcements web part is a classical web part we had for ages, that had recently become modernized, there are two major steps involved: You first need to create it, then add to the page.
To create a web part, from any site or page in SharePoint, click Gear Icon > Add an app
From the list of out of the box apps, choose Announcements
Give it a name and hit Create
To add (display) the web part on the page, Edit the page
Click the “+” sign, then choose List
Choose the list you created above
Then hit Publish
The list will now appear on the page. You can add announcements by clicking on the New button
Can be used on both classic and modern pages
Old events can be hidden based on the Expiration Date (I documented how to do this here)
You can add additional metadata (columns) to the list
It is just a list, nothing exciting
Limited look and feel capabilities
Announcements cannot be aggregated from other Announcements lists on other sites
How to add News Web Part
Modern sites (Team Sites or Communication Sites) already contain the News Module. However, if you have a custom site/page and need to build one, just edit the page, like in step above
Then click the “+” sign, then choose News
Give it a name and hit Publish
You can also configure the module as well, if you click on the Pencil icon. You can configure the source of news articles, layout, and filtering
Ability to add both editable news pages or links from other sources. Below is an example of an existing post of mine being added as a news post to the News Widget.
Since every post is a separate page, you have some great ability to edit the layout, look and feel of the post
Ability to aggregate news from other sources (sites). Specifically, if you use Hub Sites, you can aggregate news from other sites in your Hub
Ability to send news posts by email, right from within a post
Ability to roll up news into a digest and send by email. This is a new feature that is being released at the moment and is not yet available in all tenants (including mine) as of the writing of this article. Please click here to learn more about it.
None, how can you say anything negative about this web part
Using the Content Editor Web Part in SharePoint The Content Editor Web Part in SharePoint allows you to add formatted text, tables, hyperlinks, and images to a Web Part Page. You can do this by using the Rich Text Editor (for individuals unfamiliar with HTML), Source Editor (for individuals who know HTML syntax), or Content Link (which allows you to link to existing content using hyperlinks. Note: The Content Editor Web Part is intended for adding HTML content to a Web Part Page, which may include hyperlinks. However, this Web Part is not designed to connect to a website. If you need to connect a Web Part to a website, consider using the Page Viewer Web Part. Also, the Content Editor Web Part does not accept the HTML element.
If you need to add a element, consider using the Page Viewer Web Part or the Form Web Part. Ways you can use the Content Editor Web Part The Content Editor Web Part can make your SharePoint page more visually appealing and add emphasis by utilizing headings, images, and explanatory content. Use it to add the following: An introductory, formatted paragraph to a page. A table of instructions to explain a chart on your page. A set of hyperlinks that link to additional information.Accessing the Content Editor Web Part
To create something with a Content Editor Web part on your SharePoint web page, first check the page out. Then follow these
On your page, click Site Actions, and then click Edit Page.
In the area where you want to add the Content Editor Web Part, click Add a Web Part (this is often located at the
bottom of the page by default).
The Add Web Parts dialog box will open. Choose the type of content that you would like to add. For example, scroll down to the Miscellaneous section, click on Content Editor Web Part, and then click Add.
The Web Part will be added to your page. Click on the open the tool pane… link.
The tool pane usually displays on the right of the page (you may need to scroll to find it).
Once you find it, click Rich Text Editor or Source Editor to start adding content and images. There are three ways to add content to the Content Editor Web Part: Rich Text Editor: You can use the Rich Text Editor to type formatted content automatically without prior
knowledge of HTML syntax. Click the buttons on the Standard and Formatting toolbars at the top of the
editor window to enter and format the content. Click Help on the Standard toolbar to display a summary of
the tasks that you can perform and their corresponding buttons. Source Editor: You can use the Source Editor to enter or modify HTML source code. The Source Editor is a plain-text editor and is intended for users who are familiar with HTML syntax. Content Link: Instead of editing content, you can link to existing content by entering a hyperlink to a text file that contains HTML source code.
Add your content and click OK (in the Rich Text Editor) or Save (in the Source Editor) when you are finished. Common properties of Web Parts
All Web Parts share a common set of properties that control their appearance, layout, and advanced characteristics. Note: The
common Web Part properties that you see in the tool pane may be different from what is documented in this tutorial for
To see the Advanced section in the tool pane, you must have appropriate permissions.
For a specific Web Part, a Web Part developer may have chosen to hide one or more of these common properties or may have chosen to create and display additional properties that are not listed below in the Appearance, Layout, and Advanced sections of the tool pane.
Some permissions and property settings may disable or hide Web Part properties.
Adding IBM Content Navigator Web Parts to Microsoft SharePoint pages
You can add a browse, search, or work Web Part to your Microsoft SharePoint page to integrate features from IBM Content Navigator.
Before you begin
Ensure that IBM Content Navigator Web Parts is installed on your Microsoft SharePoint server.
About this task
On the Microsoft SharePoint server, for each Microsoft SharePoint page where you want to use a portal desktop, add an IBM Content Navigator Web Part. You can add one or more of the Browse, Search, or Work Web Parts.
To add an IBM Content Navigator Web Part to a Microsoft SharePoint page:
Log in to the Microsoft SharePoint site and select the site or subsite where the Microsoft SharePoint page is displayed.
From the Microsoft SharePoint page, click Edit.
On the ribbon bar of the Insert tab, click Web Part.
In the Categories pane, select the folder that is named Miscellaneous. This folder contains the third-party software that is integrated with Microsoft SharePoint, which includes IBM Content Navigator Web Parts.
In the Parts pane, select one of the Web Parts: Browse, Search, or Work.
Click Add and save your changes.
The HTML Web Part is used on Home Pages. It is important to review your HTML5 knowledge and reference our HTML Basics Guide as well as our use guide. If you do not feel comfortable editing HTML, contact the Help Desk and a Web Comm content administrator will help you.
Inserting the HTML Web Part
Click Add a Web Part in the web part area of the page layout.
Select HTML Web Part and click Add.
Click Add New Item
Click in the main HTML area, and in the ribbon, click on the HTML dropdown button. Select Edit HTML Source in Rich Text Editor. This is where you can add your own tags for content. Be sure to not add any inline styles that interfere with the stylesheet that’s already in place on all university websites. See more in the HTML use guide.
Edit it however you see fit, and click OK.
Click OK again, and review your content in the right sidebar.
Save & Close and Check In your page.
Step-by-step Image Guide
Click Add a Web Part.
Select HTML Web Part, and click Add.
Click Add New Item.
Click in the main HTML area, and in the ribbon, click on the HTML dropdown button. Select Edit HTML Source in Rich Text Editor.
This is where you can add your own tags for content. Be sure to not add any inline styles that interfere with the stylesheet that’s already in place on all university websites.
See more in the HTML use guide.
Edit it however you see fit, and click OK.
It’ll look a little stretched out at this view (above), but it will respond correctly to the column it’s in once you hit OK again.
Now your object looks great! Save & Close and Check In your page.
The Web Part that you added is displayed in your Microsoft SharePoint page as rich content, and the Web Part connects to the desktop and repositories in IBM Content Navigator.
Install a license key using a registration key file?
1: Click Install Key after navigating to Tools & Settings > License Management > Plesk License Key.
2: Choose Upload a licence key file.
3: Click OK after providing the path to the key file you downloaded from the email.