Tag Archives: lists

Add a Background Color to Quick Edit/Datasheet View in SharePoint 2013

I get this from time to time… “I have added a background color to my SharePoint site but when I go to quick edit or datasheet view in a list, the background color comes through.”

It isn’t that the background color is coming through, it is that SharePoint 2013 didn’t add a background color to the list. It is a transparent. With a little CSS you can overcome that. Continue reading Add a Background Color to Quick Edit/Datasheet View in SharePoint 2013

Mega Menu for SharePoint – Part 2 of 3

This is the second part of a three part series where Heather Solomon and Dustin Miller are exploring the ever-popular “Mega Menu”, and how to create a powerful, styled and functional mega menu for use on your SharePoint sites. After creating the HTML markup and the CSS to meet the functional requirements, it is time to take a look at the importance of taxonomy in navigation and check out the XSLthat will be used for the mega menu. Continue reading Mega Menu for SharePoint – Part 2 of 3

Modify SharePoint Add link in a list or library

For such a small little guy, the “Add” action link for a SharePoint list or library can sure cause a lot of grief for people.  Here is a sample of the SharePoint Add link if you were looking at a Links list.  Different lists show different text, such as Add Document or Add New Announcement.

Add new link option for SharePoint lists and libraries

I hear a lot of requests to change the look and feel of the link or move it to a different location on the web page. Luckily there is a lot you can do with CSS alone.  Continue reading Modify SharePoint Add link in a list or library

CSS Challenge Response: Simple styles for SharePoint list

A CSS Challenge from Fred:

Make lists look like basic MS-Office tables:

  • dark background header row with white text
  • alternate rows with light color background
  • dark bottom borders on every rows

Here is the CSS to start your list/library styles! Continue reading CSS Challenge Response: Simple styles for SharePoint list