If you are working with SharePoint in Firefox, the top toolbar (Welcome menu, My Site, My Links) may not display correctly. Click here for a screenshot.
Add this to your CSS to correct this problem:
This works in Firefox and won’t wreck IE.
Oh SharePoint. It can be wonderful, and it can irritate you to no end. Don’t get me wrong, I really do like this application, but I admit to some dark moments in my past screaming at the monitor at yet another bit of text
or color that has appeared looking like the “old SharePoint” in my new custom design. Continue reading
MOSS 2007 sites can display drop down menus in the tabbed navigation across the top. Unfortunately there is not an easy check box to activate this functionality, instead things just have to be set up the right way. If you want your MOSS site to show drop down menus, make sure the following is true or walk through the following steps: Continue reading
I often come across confusion around branding options and navigation customizations for WSS v3 sites. One of the first questions I ask is if the WSS v3 site is on a server with only WSS v3 installed, or is it on a server where MOSS 2007 has also been installed. This often adds to the confusion. Continue reading
If you are designing custom master pages for a SharePoint 2007 site, be sure to make the width of your Quick Launch bar (a.k.a. left navigation bar) a minimum of 165 pixels. Otherwise the calendar control in an Events list will go over your allowed width and you will have to rework your design to accommodate the ‘Today is’ date. Continue reading
Have you ever wanted to move the very top tool navigation of a portal or WSS site over to the far left of the screen? This comes in handy especially if you have created a new site header graphic and would like that screen space for your custom graphics instead of navigation. Continue reading
Son of a what? I had the same thought. My brother passed along to me a cool CSS-based dropdown menu that has great browser compatibility and no CSS hacks. Check it out….
» Son of Suckerfish Dropdowns
Mark Kruger shows us how. Nice trick!! Continue reading
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