This is the second part of a three part series where Heather Solomon and Dustin Miller are exploring the ever-popular “Mega Menu”, and how to create a powerful, styled and functional mega menu for use on your SharePoint sites. After creating the HTML markup and the CSS to meet the functional requirements, it is time to take a look at the importance of taxonomy in navigation and check out the XSLthat will be used for the mega menu. Continue reading Mega Menu for SharePoint – Part 2 of 3
For such a small little guy, the “Add” action link for a SharePoint list or library can sure cause a lot of grief for people. Here is a sample of the SharePoint Add link if you were looking at a Links list. Different lists show different text, such as Add Document or Add New Announcement.
I hear a lot of requests to change the look and feel of the link or move it to a different location on the web page. Luckily there is a lot you can do with CSS alone. Continue reading Modify SharePoint Add link in a list or library
A CSS Challenge from Justin:
Make Sharepoint Custom Lists align to the right. By default any Dollar or Percentage type columns align to the right.
Here is the CSS to control your SharePoint list text alignment! Continue reading CSS Challenge Response: Text alignment for SharePoint list
A CSS Challenge from Fred:
Make lists look like basic MS-Office tables:
- dark background header row with white text
- alternate rows with light color background
- dark bottom borders on every rows
Here is the CSS to start your list/library styles! Continue reading CSS Challenge Response: Simple styles for SharePoint list