As everyone knows, SharePoint now supports adding an image for pages’ headers by using the Extended header type.
Now what if we could have this header animated, from any Youtube video? We could use gif files as a background image, and we could generate these files using some tools to record a Youtube video and create our own headers.
I use a tool called: Screen to gif, which allows me to record the screen and generate my gif file.
For more details on how to accomplish this, watch the video below:
I was trying to use PowerShell with a modern site (Communication site in my case) to save a list/library as a template and getting this error:
Having the UnauthorizedAccessException can be little confusing, so what’s the catch?
To solve this, we’ll use PowerShell, code looks like this:
Microsoft introduced prevented custom scripts from running by default in SharePoint online, and now with the introduction of modern sites in SharePoint 2019, they’re prevented by default in modern sites in SharePoint 2019. With custom scripts feature enabled, saving the site as a template and saving lists/libs as a template won’t be possible, hence you get the UnauthorizedAccess error. When custom scripts is active, the DenyPermissionsMask propert of the site collection will be: “AddAndCustomizePages” .. in order to allow custom scripts, it has to be “EmptyMask”.