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SPTechCon San Francisco December 2016 Branding with CSS Session Recap

92% of Branding SharePoint is CSS, So Why Are You Living in a Master Page?

So much can be done with just CSS, the need for branding doesn’t mean a need for a custom master page.  In this SPTechCon session I rebranded a SharePoint publishing site and go one step further and also incorporate a custom page layout: Continue reading SPTechCon San Francisco December 2016 Branding with CSS Session Recap

SPTechCon Boston June 2016 Bootstrap Session Recap

“Bootstrap” Responsive SharePoint, the RIGHT Way

Let’s face it, SharePoint isn’t very responsive.  However you can make it responsive using popular tools that all the cool kids are talking about.  Continue reading SPTechCon Boston June 2016 Bootstrap Session Recap

SPTechCon Boston June 2016 Branding with CSS Session Recap

92% of Branding SharePoint is CSS, So Why Are You Living in a Master Page?

So much can be done with just CSS, the need for branding doesn’t mean a need for a custom master page.  In this SPTechCon session I rebranded a SharePoint blog site: Continue reading SPTechCon Boston June 2016 Branding with CSS Session Recap

SPTechCon Austin February 2016 Branding with CSS Session Recap

92% of Branding SharePoint is CSS, So Why Are You Living in a Master Page?

So much can be done with just CSS, the need for branding doesn’t mean a need for a custom master page.  In this SPTechCon session I rebranded this SharePoint site: Continue reading SPTechCon Austin February 2016 Branding with CSS Session Recap

Convert SharePoint 2013 Global Navigation Drop-down to Show Multiple Columns

This is a quick and simple trick to turn a long SharePoint global/top navigation drop down (a.k.a. fly-out) menu into an easier to read, two or more column display. All you need is a little CSS. Continue reading Convert SharePoint 2013 Global Navigation Drop-down to Show Multiple Columns

SPTechCon Austin February 2015 Session Review

92% of Branding SharePoint is CSS, So Why Are You Living in a Master Page?

So, seriously?  Why is all the hype about master page this and master page that.  All of your branding should be coming from CSS!  Master pages have their place in the world and are certainly useful.  Just make sure all the pretty is in your CSS file.

Here is a summary of the CSS session at SPTechCon. Continue reading SPTechCon Austin February 2015 Session Review