Script Editor

The Office 365 / SharePoint Online Script Editor WebPart lets you create and execute custom scripts on classic and modern pages.

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Modern Script Editor to embedd on Modern and classic page types!
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    Rob
    02/02/2019 15:48
    HI-
    my styles are not applied, do I miss something or is it just working with scripts?
    .footerBar_dbfbffb6 {
    display:none;
    }
    Raphael
    02/02/2019 16:30
    Hello Rob,
    It is working with both, scripts and css/styles.
    Have you missed the starting-/ending tags? <style> your code here </style> ?
    To hide the footer-bar, I would suggest to use another statement, because your Class name will change within the next few days:
    <style>
    div[class^="footerBar"] {
    display:none;
    }
    </style>
    jim
    04/08/2019 18:54
    Sound on the web part video would be awesome. Your missing instructions and more detail. I want to try these.
    Raphael
    04/09/2019 20:45
    Hello Jim,

    do you need assistance on the installation process?
    We could do it within a screen sharing session or by email.

    A general WebPart installation guide will be available within the next view days.
    Jake Duquemin
    05/01/2019 11:31
    Hi,
    I have added a few scripts that contain javascript to the my sharepoint. They all work fine when I am logged in on my account, which is the admin account. However it doesn't work correctly for the end users. I also have some css scripts and these work perfectly for the end user.
    Raphael
    05/01/2019 13:43
    Hello Jake,

    do the scripts working for your admin account have some permission related / list operation functions included?
    Or probably a cross domain request?
    Have you also tried Google Chrome's Console to debug?

    You also could share your script by email (within a text file)