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Walkthrough: Create custom SharePoint 2010 list form for deployment in a Visual Studio 2010 project – PART 2

Posted by Ingo Karstein on 2011/01/24

This is part 2 of my demo project about “How to create a custom list form…” –

See this post for part one:

Here you can download the demo project as source code:

Let’s start…

(See “ListDefinition2” in the demo project source!)

1. Create an new List Definition project item as described in the previous blog post (“Part 1”).

2. In the ASPX file of your list form be sure to add the attribute UseLegacyForm=”True” to your Form-Tag. – Like in this screenshot:


3. Then you need to create the field edit controls by yourself. Therefore you have to add some code to the ASPX file.

Here is some demo code. (The “ListDefinition2” based upon “Announcement List Template”…)

1:                 <WebPartPages:WebPartZone  runat="server"  FrameType="None"  ID="Main"  Title="loc:Main" 
2:                     Visible="true"> 
3:                     <ZoneTemplate> 
4:                     </ZoneTemplate> 
5:                 </WebPartPages:WebPartZone> 
7:                 <!-- ikarstein: Insert such a structure for each field you want to show on you page --> 
8:                 <table  border="0"  width="100%"> 
9:                     <tr> 
10:                         <td  class="ms-toolbar"  nowrap="nowrap"> 
11:                             <SharePoint:FormToolBar  runat="server"  ControlMode="New"  /> 
12:                         </td> 
13:                     </tr> 
14:                     <tr> 
15:                         <td> 
16:                             <span  id="part1">  <!-- ikarstein: This line is important for "Attachments" --> 
17:                                 <table  border="0"  cellspacing="0"  width="100%"> 
18:                                     <!-- ikarstein: Insert such a table row for each field / BEGIN--> 
19:                                     <tr> 
20:                                         <td  width="190px"  valign="top"  class="ms-formlabel"> 
21:                                             <h3  class="ms-standardheader"> 
22:                                                 <nobr> Title<span  class="ms-formvalidation">  *</span></nobr> 
23:                                             </h3> 
24:                                         </td> 
25:                                         <td  width="400px"  valign="top"  class="ms-formbody"> 
26:                                             <SharePoint:FormField  runat="server"  ID="field_Title"  ControlMode="New"  FieldName="Title"  /> 
27:                                             <SharePoint:FieldDescription  runat="server"  ID="field_Title_Description"  FieldName="Title" 
28:                                                 ControlMode="New"  /> 
29:                                         </td> 
30:                                     </tr> 
31:                                     <!-- karstein: END --> 
32:                                     <tr> 
33:                                         <td  width="190px"  valign="top"  class="ms-formlabel"> 
34:                                             <h3  class="ms-standardheader"> 
35:                                                 <nobr> Body</nobr> 
36:                                             </h3> 
37:                                         </td> 
38:                                         <td  width="400px"  valign="top"  class="ms-formbody"> 
39:                                             <SharePoint:FormField  runat="server"  ID="field_Body"  ControlMode="New"  FieldName="Body"  /> 
40:                                             <SharePoint:FieldDescription  runat="server"  ID="field_Body_Description"  FieldName="Body" 
41:                                                 ControlMode="New"  /> 
42:                                         </td> 
43:                                     </tr> 
44:                                     <tr> 
45:                                         <td  width="190px"  valign="top"  class="ms-formlabel"> 
46:                                             <h3  class="ms-standardheader"> 
47:                                                 <nobr> Expires</nobr> 
48:                                             </h3> 
49:                                         </td> 
50:                                         <td  width="400px"  valign="top"  class="ms-formbody"> 
51:                                             <SharePoint:FormField  runat="server"  ID="field_Expires"  ControlMode="New"  FieldName="Expires"  /> 
52:                                             <SharePoint:FieldDescription  runat="server"  ID="field_Expires_Description"  FieldName="Expires" 
53:                                                 ControlMode="New"  /> 
54:                                         </td> 
55:                                     </tr> 
56:                                     <!-- ikarstein: optionally add this table row / BEGIN --> 
57:                                     <tr  id="idAttachmentsRow"> 
58:                                         <td  nowrap="true"  valign="top"  class="ms-formlabel"  width="20%"> 
59:                                             <SharePoint:FieldLabel  ControlMode="New"  FieldName="Attachments"  runat="server"  /> 
60:                                         </td> 
61:                                         <td  valign="top"  class="ms-formbody"  width="80%"> 
62:                                             <SharePoint:FormField  runat="server"  ID="AttachmentsField"  ControlMode="New"  FieldName="Attachments"  /> 
63:                                             <script  language="javascript"  type="text/javascript"> 
64:                                               var  elm = document.getElementById("idAttachmentsTable" );
65:                                               if  (elm == null  || elm.rows.length == 0)
66:                                                 document.getElementById("idAttachmentsRow" ).style.display=< span> ;
67:                                             </script> 
68:                                         </td> 
69:                                     </tr> 
70:                                     <!-- ikarstein: END --> 
72:                                     <!-- ikarstein: Add this table for "Save" and "Cancel" buttons / BEGIN --> 
73:                                     <table  width="100%"  border="0"  cellspacing="0"> 
74:                                         <tr> 
75:                                             <td  width="99%"  class="ms-toolbar"  nowrap="nowrap"> 
76:                                                 <img  src="/_layouts/images/blank.gif"  width="1"  height="18"  /> 
77:                                             </td> 
78:                                             <td  class="ms-toolbar"  nowrap="nowrap"> 
79:                                                 <SharePoint:SaveButton  runat="server"  ControlMode="New"  ID="savebutton"  /> 
80:                                             </td> 
81:                                             <td  class="ms-separator"> 
82:                                             </td> 
83:                                             <td  class="ms-toolbar"  nowrap="nowrap"  align="right"> 
84:                                                 <SharePoint:GoBackButton  runat="server"  ControlMode="New"  ID="gobackbutton"  /> 
85:                                             </td> 
86:                                         </tr> 
87:                                     </table> 
88:                                     <!-- ikarstein: END --> 
89:                             </span> 
90:                             <SharePoint:AttachmentUpload  runat="server"  ControlMode="New"  /> 
91:                             <SharePoint:ItemHiddenVersion  runat="server"  ControlMode="New"  /> 
92:                         </td> 
93:                     </tr> 
94:                 </table> 

(You see my comments inline ?! Not much, I know…)

Behind  the “<WebPartZone>” tag add the HTML code.

You can add input fields by using this snipped:

1:                                     <!-- ikarstein: Insert such a table row for each field / BEGIN--> 
2:                                     <tr> 
3:                                         <td  width="190px"  valign="top"  class="ms-formlabel"> 
4:                                             <h3  class="ms-standardheader"> 
5:                                                 <nobr> Title<span  class="ms-formvalidation">  *</span></nobr> 
6:                                             </h3> 
7:                                         </td> 
8:                                         <td  width="400px"  valign="top"  class="ms-formbody"> 
9:                                             <SharePoint:FormField  runat="server"  ID="field_Title"  ControlMode="New"  FieldName="Title"  /> 
10:                                             <SharePoint:FieldDescription  runat="server"  ID="field_Title_Description"  FieldName="Title" 
11:                                                 ControlMode="New"  /> 
12:                                         </td> 
13:                                     </tr> 
14:                                     <!-- karstein: END -->

Of course you can change the page design. You only need the tag “<SharePoint:FormField>”, optionally “<SharePoint:FieldDescription>”. In every case the “FieldName” Attribute represents the List field the input field is connected with.

You do not need to create any Code Behind!

Just add "<SharePoint:GoBackupButton>” for cancel and “<SharePoint:SaveButton>” for submit.

Furthermore you have some controls for adding attachments to your List item.

AND: It’s the same for “Edit” list form. You only need to change the attributes “ControlMode” to “Edit”… Totally easy, isn’t it?

4. Deploy it and have a look…

61 Responses to “Walkthrough: Create custom SharePoint 2010 list form for deployment in a Visual Studio 2010 project – PART 2”

  1. Paramdeep Singh said

    I have created a form structure and I have kept the tag empty but at runtime the fields are again added in the form. Please help.

  2. Ns said

    its very good Example.. But, i have to add a Tag/Label/Textbox in upload.aspx page of Sharepoint Document Library which is created as List Defination. how can i achive this…

  3. perp1exed said

    Thanks for the article – I was able to create my custom form and it works great!
    However I have one issue – my field descriptions do not show on the form i is this because I am using ControlMode=Edit???
    Would be really useful to have the descriptions so if you are able to shed some light on what may be the problem I would be greatfull.

    • perp1exed said

      In case you need to look at the markup:


      <SharePoint:EncodedLiteral ID="EncodedLiteral1" runat="server" text="” EncodeMethod=”HtmlEncode”/>

      <SharePoint:EncodedLiteral ID="EncodedLiteral2" runat="server" text="” EncodeMethod=”HtmlEncode”/>

      <SharePoint:SPLinkButton id="idNavLinkViewAll" runat="server" NavigateUrl="~site/_layouts/viewlsts.aspx" Text="” accesskey=””/>

      <SharePoint:SPLinkButton runat="server" NavigateUrl="~site/_layouts/viewlsts.aspx" id="idNavLinkSiteHierarchy" Text="” accesskey=””/>

      <SharePoint:SPLinkButton runat="server" NavigateUrl="~site/_layouts/viewlsts.aspx" id="idNavLinkSiteHierarchyV4" Text="” accesskey=”” CssClass=”s4-qlheader” />

      <SharePoint:SPLinkButton runat="server" NavigateUrl="~site/_layouts/recyclebin.aspx" id="v3idNavLinkRecycleBin" ImageUrl="/_layouts/images/recycbin.gif" Text="” PermissionsString=”DeleteListItems” />

      PermissionsString=”DeleteListItems” />


      Document Description



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      Fiscal Year

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      Document Tags

      var elm = document.getElementById("idAttachmentsTable");
      if (elm == null || elm.rows.length == 0)


      if (document.getElementById(“onetidPageTitleAreaFrame”) != null) {
      document.getElementById(“onetidPageTitleAreaFrame”).className = “ms-areaseparator”;

      .ms-bodyareaframe {
      padding: 8px;
      border: none;

  4. Sridhar said

    Great Post. It worked for me. Thanks a lot. I would like to have validation of the controls on click of the Save button, I tried using javascript, it didnt work for me. Can you suggest me any approach, if you have, to perform validation on the page?

  5. Daniel said

    I’ve found Forms designer for sharepoint online provides UI-interface to customize forms. It creates custom form pages automatically. You can change then its markup with sp designer

  6. you might want to modify the post, it is important to use UseLegacyForm=”TRUE”, the “True” must be in all caps or else the old form stays present and if you try to hide it, using visible=”false”, the Save Button won’t work because it tries to post the old form.

  7. Engine said

    After UseLegacyForm=”True”, the controls are still there.
    What’s wrong?

  8. Thanks a lot for great post.

    I have a question, when I follow your instruction for New DocumentSet Application Page, I got following error on Save Button Click Event.
    Could not find FileField control.

    do you know what can be the issue.

  9. Sybil said

    My custom newform pages are loading slowly. Any ideas?

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  11. Leo said

    Is there any way I could override the save button? What I wish to achieve is when the user submit the form I want it to prompt the form is submitted and stay on the same page instead of redirecting it back to the list library. My idea was to hide the user from accessing the list directly.

    • ikarstein said


      you have to implement your own save button.

      but you could implement a site page or application page for your requirements. Than you have to implement your own save mechanism. But in way you can prevent the user from accessing the list directly. You could protect the list by using special permissions and save data to the list by using “RunWithElevatedPriveledges”.


  12. satish said

    Great post. But i have question, how can i set an application page which contains its fields & some codebehind as newform2.aspx?

  13. Phil said

    Is there a way of changing the default width of the modal dialog on opening?
    I would like to add some custom buttons to the form but need it wider to place all the buttons.

    • ikarstein said

      Hi! – You mean a JavaScript SharePoint dialog?

      Try this:

      function adderWithScriptDlg() {
      var options = {
      url: SP.Utilities.Utility.getLayoutsPageUrl(‘your_layouts_page.aspx’),
      title: “My Dialog”,
      width: 400,
      height: 300,
      Function.createDelegate(null, function (dialogResult, returnValue) {
      //executed in case of success


  14. Raul Mesquita said

    I have tried this solution and now im having a problem with master pages. When i change V4.MasterPage in sharepoint designer it gives error when i open my new custom form for my list. The error im obtaining is that AutoEventWireUp cannot be true. But if i delete this settings i get other errors. Have anyone come to errors like these? I cant change nothing in the V4.Master.

  15. Lana said

    Hi, thank you for you Post. It’s great!

    I have a quesitons

    How can I validate data in my dropdowns controls on saveButton click event?
    Looks like I don’t have access to click event.

    I have requirements to validate one field based on value of other.

    For example When Name=”TEST1″ I want field Code be mandatory in all other cases empty value is allowed.
    Can you please suggest best way to implement it?



  16. Toney said

    I am working on doing this for a custom list instance in VS 2010. I have the list instance pointing to a CustomSchema and therein I have the Forms element pointing to my custom form. It works well and I thank you for this. However, the attachments do not work: “Failed to get value of the “Attachments” column from the “Attachments” field type control. See details in log. Exception message: Guid should contain 32 digits with 4 dashes (xxxxxxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxxxxxxxxxx).. “. I did include the span with the part1 id. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

    • Toney said

      Nevermind. I changed the schemal for it’s custom “item” content type node to have instead of templates and added the fieldRefs to the content type node and it seems to be working now. Sharepoint is so very convoluted (and I’ve been doing it for years).

  17. Ronak said

    Thanks ikarstein for sharing knowledge and this is very useful post.
    I have created Custom form for New and Edit item for all my lists in SPD 2010 now i want to deploy them through VS 2010 and i found your post but i have couple of Question.
    1.Do i have to remove __designer:bind =”” from Code generated By SPD ?
    2.In all these custom forms i have one field which is lookup to Department list so what i have done is change this field to TextBox from FormField and then bind this TextBox to Querystring which is DepartmentID and then hide this field so user dont have to select DepartmentID.Here is code for it

    Cost Center

    Do i need to copy and paste same code or i need to do this code behind ?

    Please advise


  18. Matthew said

    This is working really well for me, thanks!
    But one issue that’s driving me crazy…. after I set UseLegacyForm=”TRUE” I find the ribbon controls on the ‘Display’ mode are showing all sorts of irrelevant icons: Check In/Check Out (this isn’t enabled on the list), Approve/Reject, Manage Copies, Workflows, Claim Release, Delete Item Version, Restore Item Version, Health Run Now, Reanalyze Now, Repair Automatically, and Activate, Deactive and Upgrade!
    How can I get it to just display the standard (Edit Item, Version History, Manage Permissions, Delete Item, Alert Me)?

    • Matthew said

      Couldn’t find a simple way to achieve this so ended up individually trimming all the extra icons from the ribbon. This is working well. I’ll post it here for anyone else who notices the same thing:

      On the Page_Load of your custom form add the folowing:

      SPRibbon rib = SPRibbon.GetCurrent(this);
      if (rib != null)


  19. Jerome said


    Thanks a lot for this nice post.

    But… For the WebPartZone HTML tag, wouldn’t it be “visible=false” instead of “visible=true” ?



  20. enti said

    Hello. With your article help I have generated also for EXTERNAL LIST these forms…Almost Evrything is working but I have one problem…..
    If I define UseLegacyForm=”TRUE” this external list ignore this and still will generate for my forms in WebPartZone fields…If I set up for WebPartZone visibily=”false” everythig is OK and I can generate my own fields but ribbon menu is only readonly….Evrything was working with my custom list but in external list I have these problems….I don’t know why external list still ignore UseLegacyForm=”TRUE” and still generate fields….Hmm….Can you please help me with this…Thank You

  21. Phil said


    I have a requirement to display a field on the table dependant on the value of on of the fields. However I am struggling on how to assign the field valve to a variable.
    Is this possible?

    My sample code is below:

    This works at present, but I want to change the int d =2: line to that it accepts a field as the variable.
    I had tried int d =; but it will not accept it.

    Can you help?

    • Phil said

      My code…not sure where it went before.

      <% int d = 2;
      if (d == ())
      { %>

      • Phil said

        third time lucky,..

        <% int d = 2;
        if (d == ())
        { %>

        • ikarstein said


          I’m not sure that I understand your need. Sorry. You want to assign the value of a SharePoint List Item Field to a variable at a ASPX page?? – Some questions: A) What kind of page do you have (list view page, application page, …)? B) What kind of SharePoint List Item do you use (which content type)? C) Whats the data type of the field?

          Maybe you need to use SPContext.Current.Item[] where you replace with the internal field name ;-) E.g. SPContext.Current.Item[“Title”]. This lets you access the value of the field “Title” of the current List Item. But SPContext does not work in every context ;-)

          I’d like to help you. But thats all what I can do for you at the moment.

          Kind regards

          • Phil said

            I’ll try to explain myself better.
            I have created a custom list which amogst other fields holds a ‘statusID’. For this list I have created a custom form, using your guide ;-)
            On the add new item form, the status id is a required field (its a lookup from another field actually).
            Now my issue. When I click on my custom view form I would like row on my table to have
            Status: then based on the StatusID and image (30 green, something similar to KPI indicators).
            Therefore I need to pass the StatusID field into a variable then perform some logic so that dependant on the value I can display the correct image.
            Does that make more sense?
            The page I am working on is the ‘custom display form aspx page.
            The field is held within a list content type.
            The field is a type number.

            Hope this makes my problem clearer.

            Any help would be greatly appreciated.

            • Phil said

              This might help..
              <asp:Image ID="imgMyImage" runat="server" ImageUrl='’ />

              Found this online

  22. enti said

    Hello. Please I have one special question.
    I have created also Edit Form like you wrote in this article and also I have changed ControlMode to Edit. Is possible to bind data to this custom edit form?
    For example my row in edit2.aspx look like:

    But when I open this form in sharepoint(I want to edit some row) There is’t my value but this text: “Title field value”.Hmm….
    Is possible to bind data to this form without C# code?

    PS: When I created custom form in sharepoint designer everything was working and the actual data was there…

    • enti said

      I am very sorry but I try everything and I don’t understand this. In my edit2.aspx form I have also savebutton:

      SharePoint:SaveButton runat=”server” ControlMode=”Edit” ID=”savebutton”

      ControlMode is set to EDIT…..But when I open some content for editing and press Save button…It didn’t update the content but it add another row to SharePoint list.
      What I need to change in may new edit2.aspx created from base EditForm.aspx so it will works like standard EditForm.
      The data will be filled and the Save will update the row. Do I need to add to edit2.aspx something special for this…. some type of binding webpart?

      Thank you very much for help.

    • enti said

      Hello. I have created everything again step by step and right now is everything working also for edit form. Sorry for my previous post. You can simply remove it because right now binding works and also update works perfect. Again and Again Thank you for your blog and sorry.

      • ikarstein said

        Hi Enti!

        it’s great! you solved it on your own! – I’ve approved all of your comments just to show your problem and *your* solution. It’s ok, isn’t it?

        Kind regards

  23. Panda said

    Do you know how I could use a radio button list to populate a text field, such as Title? I have been trying this in Designer for quite some time with no success. I basically deleted the SharePoint:FormField and replaced it with all kinds of different attempts, such as html radio buttons, asp radio buttons, asp radio button list, SP data view radio button lists, and I’ve tried messing around with the SharePoint:RadioButtonChoiceField, but I keep running in to some kind of problem. I want three radio buttons and whichever is selected, the value populates the Title field. Thanks in advance!

    • ikarstein said

      Hi Panda!

      I would do this as like this:
      1. Customize the List Form in SharePoint Designer 2010 in Advanced Mode.
      2. Use ths jQuery library (link the JavaScript library in the List Form ASPX page). jQuery
      3. Encapsulate the “Title” FormField tag with

      and give the DIV an ID, e.g. “MyTitleDIV”
      4. Set the “Title” FormField to be hidden by using CSS inline style “display:hidden”
      5. Create the radio buttons below the “Title” FormField
      6. Assign a “OnChange” event to the radio buttons
      7. In the “OnChange” event handler set the FormField’s value. The FormField is rendered as tag I think. Use jQuery to find the INPUT control, e.g. $("#MyTitleDIV).find("input:first").val( xyz ); where “xyz” is the value you would like to set for the “Title” field.

      That should work. – I’ve done such modifications using this method.

      I hope this helps! – Please let me know how you’ve done it.

      Kind regards

      • Panda said


        I basically did what you said, but regular javascript – no jQuery. Thanks! Now I will be trying out this method of creating the list form in VS. If it works, Super helpful post!!!

      • Panda said

        Is there a way to create a project to customize a list form or set of list forms for a list that already exists? It looks like this method described in part 1 shows how to create a new list and then customize the list form, but I need to customize a current list’s form.

        • Justiin said

          Hi Panda, did you ever find out about customizing an existing list form?


  24. said

    I tried adding a control like

    to the code behind, but I can’t get a reference to it in the code? Or ANY control for that matter?
    Are the form entry controls inside a different scope in this form?

    • ikarstein said

      please post your code. It’s difficult for me to answer you question. I’ve done creating Display forms before successfully. there must be a bug in your code ;-)


      • Tag said

        <%@ Assembly Name=”$SharePoint.Project.AssemblyFullName$” %>
        <%@ Page Language=”C#” AutoEventWireup=”true” CodeBehind=”LeaveRequestAddForm.aspx.cs” Inherits=”ESCG.Sharepoint.Layouts.ESCG.Sharepoint.LeaveRequestAddForm” MasterPageFile=”~masterurl/default.master” %>
        <%@ Register Tagprefix=”SharePoint” Namespace=”Microsoft.SharePoint.WebControls” Assembly=”Microsoft.SharePoint, Version=, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=71e9bce111e9429c” %>
        <%@ Register Tagprefix=”Utilities” Namespace=”Microsoft.SharePoint.Utilities” Assembly=”Microsoft.SharePoint, Version=, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=71e9bce111e9429c” %>
        <%@ Import Namespace=”Microsoft.SharePoint” %>
        <%@ Assembly Name=”Microsoft.Web.CommandUI, Version=, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=71e9bce111e9429c” %>
        <%@ Register Tagprefix=”WebPartPages” Namespace=”Microsoft.SharePoint.WebPartPages” Assembly=”Microsoft.SharePoint, Version=, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=71e9bce111e9429c” %>

        <td width=”190px” valign=”top” class=”ms-formlabel”>
        <h3 class=”ms-standardheader”>
        <td width=”400px” valign=”top” class=”ms-formbody”>
        <SharePoint:EntityPicker runat=”server” ID=”employeeCtrl” ControlMode=”New” />
        <SharePoint:FieldDescription runat=”server” ID=”employeeDescription” FieldName=”EmployeeField” ControlMode=”New” />

        • Tag said

          I just want to get a reference to employeeCtrl in the codebehind so I can set the data from a BDC. Even FindControl doesn’t seem to work. The CodeBehind and Inherits attributes are correct.

          • ikarstein said

            To get a reference, you have to define the Control in the class definition of the code behind class file as a class member. Without such a definition the control is not available in your code. – To see what I mean just add a new Application page and create a control in the ASPX file. Than open the Designer generated file that defines the “partial class”. There you should find the code behind definition of the control you added in the ASPX file. In the same way you create a class member definition for your EntityPicker control. – This control does not have a “ControlMode” property. Have a look at MSDN:


      • Tag said

        Stupid me. Yea. Fixed it. Thanks.
        OK. Hum, maybe I’m beating down the wrong path. One of the fields in my list is the value from a BDC source (which is a list of entities). I was going to populate the EntityPicker from the external list. I know I can do all this in Designer, but I want to do it from VS 2010.

        • ikarstein said


          Thats not easy, I think ;-) I’ll see how to do that (BCD field). But this will take a while… I’m (glad to be) in projects at the moment :-)


          • Tag said

            Opps. Actually, I think I want to do a custom PickerDialog. EntityPicker pops-up a dialog of all the entities in the site.

  25. Ands fenomen said

    It’s perfect!!! Thanks a lot!
    I could make this for New and Edit form. But this can be done for Display form.
    I followed all the steps, but couldn’t get it works.

    Please help in advice!

    Ands fenomen

  26. Mano said

    Very nice find.. thanks.

  27. Christian said

    Hi, very nice Post!!! but i have this error when i’am trying to attach a file:

    This form was customized and attachments will not work correctly because the HTML ‘span’ element does not contain an ‘id’ attribute named ‘part1.’

    Any idea on how i can resolve this?

    Thanks and sorry for my bad english!


  28. Nigel said


    When I run the list definition 2 example from the codeplex project, the new form does not show a ‘Body’ control or an ‘Expires’ control – just the labels? Also, I would like to see the deom expanded to show some controls added that are not FormField controls – e.g. NoteField, DateTimeField, LookupField etc. Any chance of doing this do you think?



    • I followed the above approach and build my custom list , i am stuck at saveing the item. I have identified that when
      is like this in
      custom list form aspx page, then i am seein the page with extra column is coming along with my custom list title form field. Please help me

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