Do you want the data presented in a custom format instead of presenting it in a grid? The Custom Display capability in the Quest List View Webpart allow for the display on information in any style of format that you can define with HTML.
The Custom Display capability can be used with and without the regular display that is defined in the Display Fields property. If you want to control the presentation completely, you can leave the Display Fields property blank. In that case, the data grid will not be shown. If you want to add some information under the data grid, you can define the Display Fields property and the properties for the Custom Display.
The Quest List View provides 3 properties to customize the data display:
Results Header – the value that is defined in this property will be rendered once before the Results Body and the Results Footer are rendered. This property is an ideal place to define the header for your display. For example, if you are displaying data from a Projects list if you want to display your data in an HTML table, you may want to specify the opening table tag in this property:
Results Body – the value in this property will be repeated once for every row of data that will be displayed in the Quest List View. This property uses the field replacement expression () to refer to the value of a specific field. For example, if you are displaying data from a Projects list, the field replacement expression will be replaced with the value of the Project ID field during the runtime. If you want to display your Project ID and Project Name in a row in an HTML table, you will specify it this way:
Results Footer – the value that is defined in this property will be rendered once after the Results Body is rendered. This property is an ideal place to define the footer for your display. If we use the above example, the Results Footer is where you put the closing tag for the table element: