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SPTechCon San Francisco April 2014 Session Review

“Go ahead, be gone with it. And get your sexy on.”

Welcome session attendees and anyone else who happens to wander on this page.  This blog entry is a post session review of resources mentioned and code used in our Bring Sexy Back to SharePoint and Gaining Total Control of Your Sites with Data View Web Parts sessions from April 2014 SPTechCon in San Francisco. Continue reading SPTechCon San Francisco April 2014 Session Review

Dustin and Heather will be presenting at SPTechCon Boston in July

If you are headed to SPTechCon in Boston this July, please stop by one of our sessions and say hello! The conference is running a registration special through June 15th. Save $400 bucks. 🙂

Our sessions…

Tuesday, July 24, 11:30 AM – 12:45 PM

Creating Custom Views with any HTML and JavaScript – It’s Magic

DUSTIN MILLER
See how easy it is to bend SharePoint’s XSL-based list view (a.k.a. the Data View Web Part) to your will, creating a view that generates any HTML and JavaScript your geeky heart desires. And now, learn how to do it without using SharePoint Designer. With just a Web browser, you’ll learn the secrets of creating magical, powerful and totally customized list views. Web designers and developers: Don’t miss this session!

Wednesday, July 25, 11:30 AM – 12:45 PM

Learn How to Put HTML5 in Your SharePoint Master Page

DUSTIN MILLER and HEATHER SOLOMON
HTML5 is the new Web hotness. If it seems daunting, or you think you have to scrap what you have now and start over, then check out this class. Learn how to easily convert your existing SharePoint master page to HTML5 while creating better structure for your content. And yes, everyone will still be able to access your site!

Wednesday, July 25, 3:30 PM – 4:45 PM

Make SharePoint Look Good!

HEATHER SOLOMON
Master pages are so yesterday. The real key to branding SharePoint is CSS. Update SharePoint controls, create different branded versions of your Web site, and write crafty CSS statements that override inline SharePoint styles. Become best friends with descendent selectors, pseudo selectors and attribute selectors. We will round out the class with taking a look at the many things CSS3 has to offer.