Reset unique permission for SharePoint document library and files

Sometime we need to reset the unique permission for document library, sub folders and files. If the document library has only 1-2 documents then we can handle it manually, but if you have thousands of files and folder so its quite difficult to reset it for all one by one. Below piece of code can help to reset unique permission for document library and its content. This script will take the top level permission from document library.

function ResetUniquePermission {
[Parameter(Mandatory = $true, HelpMessage="Enter the site url")][ValidateNotNullorEmpty()][string] $SiteURL ,
[Parameter(Mandatory = $true, HelpMessage="Enter the library name")][ValidateNotNullorEmpty()][string] $LibraryName,
[Parameter(Mandatory = $true, HelpMessage="Total number of files")][ValidateNotNullorEmpty()][int] $TotalFiles


$Web = Get-SPWeb $SiteURL 
$List= $Web.Lists[$LibraryName]
$Query = New-Object Microsoft.SharePoint.SPQuery
$Query.ViewXml =  @"
<View Scope="RecursiveAll">
        <OrderBy><FieldRef Name='ID' Ascending='TRUE'/></OrderBy>
    <RowLimit Paged="TRUE">$TotalFiles</RowLimit>

$Items = $List.GetItems($Query)
for($j=0;$j -lt $Items.Count ;$j++)
    Write-Host "Permission reset done for file "$Items[$j]["Title"] -ForegroundColor Green

Publish multiple pages in SharePoint

As a SharePoint admin most of the time we are getting requirement to publish pages or while working on migration for some cases we would require to publish pages. Here is the small piece of code which can help to publish single page or multiple pages using Powershell.

This piece of code is required for both

$LibraryTitle = "<Replace with Page Library Name>"
$SiteURL = "<Replace with your site URL>"
$oWEb = Get-SPWeb $SiteURL
$PublishingComment ="Published using powershell"

Use below block if you wanted to publish a single page, replace with your page url.

<# Single page publish #>
$pageURL = ""
$file = $oWEb.GetFile($pageURL)

If you wanted to publish multiple pages then use below piece of code

<# Publish all pages from library #>
$oLib = $oWEb.GetFolder($LibraryTitle)
$files = $oLib.Files | select Name, Url
foreach ($file in $files) {
    $ofileURL = $SiteURL + "/" + $file.Url
    $oFile = $oWEb.GetFile($ofileURL)
    if ($oFile.Exists -eq $true) {
        Write-Host $file.Name" Page published successfully..." -foreground Green

Happy Coding 😊

Horizontal radiobutton in SharePoint classic list form.

By default SharePoint Classic has vertical radio buttons. Sometime we are getting requirement to make it horizontal. There many ways to do that, one of them you can inject jQuery using content editor webpart on the new and edit form.
For example our default OOTB form as below :

Here is piece of code which you need to add on content editor, it will automatically make all radio buttons of the page to horizontal.

<script src=""></script>
    $( document ).ready(function() {
        $(".ms-formtable .ms-RadioText:eq(0)")
        $fields = $('.ms-formbody table');
        $.each($fields, function (i, e) {
                var getRadio = $(e).find('.ms-RadioText:gt(0)');

Once you add your output will be like below :