Tag Archives: ribbon

Hide Font Faces from the SharePoint Ribbon using CSS

As a follow up to the post Hide items from SharePoint Ribbon using CSS, here are a few more selectors to hide specific font faces from the font formatting options in the Ribbon.  I received a question from a SPTechCon Boston 2014 attendee about this and I have to say, I don’t blame the guy for not wanting to give his users 14 font face options for their content.  :)  Continue reading

Hide items from SharePoint Ribbon using CSS

When you search for ways to hide items from the SharePoint Ribbon, such as the Font formatting block or the Edit HTML Source option, you will generally find a bunch of methods that involve fancy code and creating a new project in Visual Studio. One thing the Ribbon does have going for it is a ton of added classes and IDs to all the various options, buttons, links, blocks and components. You can target and remove elements from the Ribbon by just using CSS. Continue reading

Obscure issue with moving around items in SharePoint 2013 ribbon

Ever have one of those days where SharePoint just makes you say, umm, WTF??? Yeah, me too. Tag another one on the long list.

I wanted to absolute position the ribbon’s tab row right DIV contents of SharePoint 2013 to a different location on the page. In non-SharePointy code speak, I just wanted to move the links on the right side of the page that consist of Share, Follow, Edit/Save, Focus on Content and Developer Dashboard to a different place on the web page. Continue reading

SharePoint Ribbon CSS Tips and Tricks

This is the fifth post in a SharePoint 2010 ribbon series.  Be sure to check out posts 1 through 4 as well:

1) Boil it down to the basics… the SharePoint 2010 ribbon
2) Gathering requirements for your ribbon needs
3) The Docked Ribbon
4) Ribbon visibility using CSS

It is no secret that I have a thing for CSS.  There is nothing like adding a few lines of code and seeing things instantly change before your eyes. I may be overly romanticizing CSS but hey, I will take what I can get when it comes to changing up SharePoint.  Keeping up the spirit of ribbon modification for this series, here are some quick SharePoint ribbon CSS tips and tricks that you can do with the your sites.  If you are feeling the need for more CSS love, check out the ribbon section of my SharePoint 2010 CSS Chart.   Continue reading

Ribbon visibility using CSS

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

The Docked Ribbon

This is the third post in a SharePoint 2010 ribbon series.  Be sure to check out posts 1 and 2 as well:
1) Boil it down to the basics… the SharePoint 2010 ribbon
2) Gathering requirements for your ribbon needs 

There are two states the SharePoint ribbon can be in, docked or undocked. Let’s dive right in looking at what it means to have a docked ribbon. Continue reading

Gathering requirements for your ribbon needs

In the first post in this series, Boil it down to the basics… the SharePoint 2010 Ribbon, we looked at the different components in the ribbon area and saw what was really a part of the ribbon and what wasn’t. At the end of the post you may have ended up with a custom master page with a simplified ribbon block and SharePoint page components, such as the Site Actions menu and the social tagging buttons, moved to other locations in your site layout and design. In the second post of this series I am going to focus on ribbon placement requirements and more importantly, what do your users need. Continue reading

Boil it down to the basics… the SharePoint 2010 Ribbon

Sigh, the ribbon. Those two words manage to give most SharePoint developers and designers the chills. And not necessarily in the good way. While the ribbon provides a lot of cool interactivity and functionality for our end users, you just look at it wrong and stuff can go whacky in your SharePoint site. This is the first post in a series dedicated to working with the ribbon. Let’s start off with reviewing what the ribbon really is and what code bits are involved. Continue reading