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Links in bullet form

Posted on 2010-09-21
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The default view for a Link List is in bullet form.
I created a new view for the the Intranet with Sharepoint 2007, once I did that I lost the bullets and displayed the title of the colunms.
How can I change it back to bullet form?
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Question by:Papote
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by:Progressed
ID: 33724483
If the linklist has its own subsite you could try the restore sitedefinition under settings.
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by:Papote
ID: 33728003
When I create a new Link List by default it always shows in bullet form. Once I change the view in a webpart they are gone and shows the column headers.
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by:leopolde
ID: 33757714
Hi,

Have you tried to go to "Modify Shared Web Parts" and select "Summary View" as the selected view?
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by:singleton
ID: 33758259
Do you control the HTML code?

<ul>
<li>Item one</li>
<li>Item two</li>
<li>Item three</li>
</ul>

With CSS you can control type graphic for the bullet and other things
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by:Papote
ID: 33758303
Ok I got the bulleted form with Summary View, but I can't get it to sort without reverting to the non bullet form.
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by:leopolde
ID: 33758480
Why not?

You only need to go again to "Modify Shared Web Parts", "Edit the Current View", then set "Allow users to order items in this view" to "No".  You'll be able to select the columns to sort by.
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by:Papote
ID: 33758488
leopolde: When I change the view I loose the bullet form.
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by:leopolde
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I just checked again my test and it is working exactly as you want.  Bulleted list of links with sorting.

I need to underscore the fact that I'm not changing the view, but only editing it.  After I select the "Summary View" I can sort it without losing the bullet form.

Can you try again?
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by:Papote
ID: 33772138
leopolde:
"I need to underscore the fact that I'm not changing the view, but only editing it."
How exactly do you edit the sort without changing the view?
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leopolde earned 500 total points
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I mean that I'm not selecting a different view, I am only modifying the default one (Summary View).

When I go to "Modify Shared Web Part", then in the right panel I click "Edit the current view" under "Selected View".

Then I am able to set "Allow users to order items in this view" to "No" and to select the columns to sort by.

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