I have posted a large update to my SharePoint 2007 CSS reference chart. In addition to adding some new styles and tips, I have added “Copy to Clipboard” functionality that will copy the CSS source code for the given style to your clipboard, so you don’t have to chase down styles by looking up line numbers. Instead you can just do a copy, paste into your CSS file, and make modifications from there. Continue reading
In my sessions last week I stressed the importance of learning about content types, and really stressed the importance of learning CSS. I have had several people ask me for some suggestions for resources for both of these topics. If you have a resource or a book you just love that I don’t mention here, please post a comment about it for everyone’s benefit. Continue reading
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
Thanks to everyone who came to my session at TechEd. There was a ton of information to cover and I had to zip through it rather fast in order to hit the highlights. I am going to post a series of articles based on my presentation that will present more information about each topic that we covered. Continue reading
I have posted more styles to my CSS chart for SharePoint 2007, and thanks to Kerry Dirks for pointing out that I omitted navigation styles for Quick Launch!
In the same vein as my SharePoint 2003 CSS References chart, I have started a similar chart for MOSS 2007 and WSS v3. This is a work in progress and does not have every style.
I have posted my trusty SharePoint 2003 CSS Reference guide. For popular CSS styles, it includes:
- Portal/WSS specification
- Class/ID name
- Descriptive function in site
- SPS.css and OWS.css line number and general properties