I recently read an interesting post that I think is a good starting list for judging CSS files. You can check it out here: Judging CSS / Spotting Bad Code
Reading that article and my ensuing comment that I posted based on my experience with SharePoint led me to think… why not write this up for SharePoint? So here I am. Let’s get started with chatting briefly about why you should even care about what makes good SharePoint CSS code. Continue reading What makes good SharePoint CSS?
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SPTechCon is winding down now in Boston, and we had an awesome experience sharing our knowledge with attendees. Heather and I have created this post with resources for attendees of our sessions (and other curious lurkers). Continue reading SPTechCon 2012 in Boston
I recently refreshed my Just the Essentials SharePoint 2010 master pages and a part of that refresh included the addition of HTML5 versions of the master page files. In this post I am going to step through how to convert a SharePoint 2010 master page to HTML5. Continue reading Convert SharePoint 2010 master page to HTML5
This is the fourth post in a SharePoint 2010 ribbon series. Be sure to check out posts 1through 3 as well:
1) Boil it down to the basics… the SharePoint 2010 ribbon
2) Gathering requirements for your ribbon needs
3) The Docked Ribbon
The ribbon doesn’t have to be big and scary. SharePoint ribbon customization can be completed with just a little CSS and tweaks to your master page. In this post we are going to focus hiding the ribbon when it is not in use. Continue reading Ribbon visibility using CSS
@porlyp asked on Twitter if it was possible to change the styling of the search scopes drop down menu in SharePoint using just CSS. Here is a sample of what we are targeting:
Continue reading Twitter Response: Change select box arrow style with CSS