First off, thanks to everyone who attended my sessions and who stopped by the SharePoint Experts booth and said hello. I got to meet a lot of people last week and itisvery exiciting to see the huge interest inSharePoint branding. Thank you so much for all of the positive feedback and comments. Last week was a great week, if you didn’t make it, be sure to try to go next year. Continue reading SharePoint Conference 2008 Wrap Up & Slide Decks
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I posted Calendar CSS code for SharePoint. Check it out here: http://www.heathersolomon.com/blog/archive/2007/11/20/SharePoint-Calendar-CSS–Clean-and-Condensed.aspx
One of the SharePoint branding tasks that I find rather frustrating is skinning the Calendar control. The control is already pretty complex with the multiple views and options for appointments, but add in the fact that every line and color block is run by its own style and you have the making of a bad branding headache. Continue reading SharePoint Calendar CSS – Clean and Condensed
I have created a base master page file that can be used for creation of new custom master pages. Microsoft provides this, but I ran into issues with this code and instead created a base file using components of default.master (that ships with SharePoint). Continue reading Heather’s Base Master Page File for SharePoint 2007