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Hi, my name is Jaap Vossers. I am a Dutch SharePoint Developer / Architect currently living in London where I work as an independent contractor. I am very passionate about web development and SharePoint and hope to share my knowledge through this blog.

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March 12, 2009 at 11:40 pm

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  1. Hi Jaap,

    I’ve been working now for weeks with the new sharepoint 2010 and
    we(a college in London) would like to know whether the “SharePoint QuickLaunchExtender” would work in SharePoint 2010 or are you planing to get it working in the new Sharepoint 2010?
    or do you have some tips how to make the quick launch menu loook like Accordion menu/collapsable?



    June 1, 2010 at 3:41 pm

  2. I am really hoping to use your SharePoint QuickLaunchExtender as it is exactly what I am looking for but am having some issues.

    I was able to get feature into the solution store and then get it deployed but when I go to activate it is not in the Features folder and cannot be activated. I have tried multiple times on different SharePoint environments with the same results.

    Do you have any thoughts on what the issue might be?


    November 16, 2010 at 5:02 pm

  3. Hi,
    Is there any SharePoint QuickLaunchExtender for sharepoint 2010.
    Can you please provide?

    Basically I required is …..Whenever i am adding Headings and Links in my sharepoint site under “Navigation”, it should display in Treeview collapse expandable buttons in quick launch. How to achieve this, any suggestions please

    I tried by enabling Treeview in Site settings–>Tree view, but it is not useful here(it only displays document libraries with folders in “+” or “-” symbols.

    I want this “+” and “-” for all items which i am adding from Navigation.




    March 22, 2011 at 12:45 am

  4. Hi Jaap,

    You wrote How the XsltListViewWebPart in SharePoint 2010 can be a real performance killer in January 2012. You also mentioned that you were in contact with Microsoft.

    We seem to have the same issues. Do you have a bug number or better have knowledge about the solution for this problem?

    Hope to hear from you!!!


    Johan Groen

    May 10, 2012 at 10:05 am

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