Tag Archives: suite bar

Throwback Thursday: Use CSS to Turn SharePoint 2013 into SharePoint 2010

It is time to go old school with this #TBT post that answers something I have been asked a few times…. can you make SharePoint 2013 look like SharePoint 2010 (and without the pesky UI version stuff)? The answer is yes, and it can all be done with CSS.  Continue reading Throwback Thursday: Use CSS to Turn SharePoint 2013 into SharePoint 2010

Stack the SharePoint Suite Bar on top of Ribbon – SharePoint Online / Office 365

Just over a year ago I wrote a post about stacking the SharePoint 2013 Suite Bar on top of the Ribbon, thus collapsing down the needed real estate for the top area of your SharePoint site.  I was asked this week if it was possible to do it for SharePoint Online / Office 365. As with SharePoint 2013 on-premises, you can accomplish this with CSS – it just takes a few more lines of code to pull it off.  Continue reading Stack the SharePoint Suite Bar on top of Ribbon – SharePoint Online / Office 365

Switch out the SharePoint 2013 Site Actions gear icon for something more flexible

SharePoint 2013 switched from using the text “Site Actions” to showing a gear/cog/wagon wheel icon (I like gear so we will go with that for this post). That is all well and good until you need to change the background to a darker tone or if you want to change the color of the gear icon. SharePoint 2013 inserts in the icon image via HTML *cringe* thus making it more difficult to update to match your color scheme. With a little CSS we can knock out the default image and show our own icon instead. Continue reading Switch out the SharePoint 2013 Site Actions gear icon for something more flexible