Can you write XSL? Want to win an iPad?

The Lightning Conductor Web Part from Lightning Tools allows you to configure a view without having to write any XSL to display multiple columns and set sort criteria etc.  For those who want to provide alternate functionality or custom branding, you can author XSL files if you wish.  The Lightning Conductor Web Part comes with built in styles that can be customized by the customer.

We would like to offer our customers who use the free version and the pay for version a wide selection of XSL files for download.  This will provide our customers the opportunity to take an existing XSL file and tweak it to suit their own requirements. We are inviting any customer or member of the SharePoint community to submit their XSL files to us in order to be the lucky winner of an iPad. 


We will host all of the XSL files on our site along with the information about the person who created it.  An example of an existing XSL file we developed is one that displays Calendar items or Task items in a Calendar view:


If you have designed or wish to design an XSL file for the Lightning Conductor web part, please send it along with a screenshot to:

You can download the Lightning Conductor Web Part by navigating to:

The deadline for submitting the XSL files is 30th September 2010.  The winner will be announced on our Blog site and on Twitter (@Lightningtools)


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