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SharePoint 2013 Survey


First, I am a SharePoint beginner. I am creating a SharePoint Survey and attempting to hide the values for Created Date and Number of Responses on the Overview. I researched and found JavaScript to hide the label for both, but I do not know how to hide the actual values.

Here is the code I used to hide the labels that I put into a script editor web part:

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  1. <script type=text/javascript>
  2. //hide created
  3. document.getElementById("overview03").innerHTML=" ";
  4. document.getElementById("overview04").innerHTML=" ";
  5. </script>
I appreciate any help. I am attaching a screenshot of how the screen currently looks.

Thank you,

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File Type: png CoachingCommitteeSurvey Draft.PNG (36.3 KB, 66 views)
Jan 29 '19 #1
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I would suggest you open tge document library, click to open the document you want to work on. It will open in Office for the web. SharePoint is all about permissions. Get a better understanding of how permissions work, and you’ll understand how to control access to stuff on sites. I know several Enterprise Application Development Services who use SharePoint to manipulate files is to open a library in Explore. If you wish to hide files, Go ahead and create a new view called “No Folders View“ then scroll down all the way to Folders section and choose “Show all items without folders” radio button to hide files. Cheers
May 26 '21 #2

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