That is a mouthful of a title but luckily this is a simple fix for an annoying bug in SharePoint 2013. Between SharePoint 2010 and 2013, the DynamicHorizontalOffset and DynamicVerticalOffset properties in the AspMenu control became useless because of how the drop down menus are styled in CSS by SharePoint. You can set these properties all day long and nothing comes of it. So abandon that and just use the following CSS fix. Continue reading CSS Fix for Broken DynamicHorizontalOffset and DynamicVerticalOffset in SharePoint 2013 AspMenu Control
Several changes were introduced in the SharePoint 2013 UI, one of which that caught the attention of a lot of folks was the removal of the breadcrumb. Through the years the SharePoint breadcrumb had met some interesting treatments, but in 2013 it had simply just disappeared.
Truth be told, the breadcrumb is still there, just hidden away in the master page. With a quick master page edit you can get breadcrumb back into SharePoint – but that is when the real fun begins as the SharePoint breadcrumb comes in many flavors. Continue reading SharePoint 2013 and the Disappearing Breadcrumb
If you get adventuresome in your SharePoint 2013 master page, you can add, edit and delete options from the Site Actions menu. It is a pretty handy thing to do, For example, do you miss the direct access to Site Permissions that SharePoint 2010 provided? It is an easy thing to add with a master page modification. But there are four Site Action menu items that stubbornly stick around and are seemingly unchangeable. However with a little CSS we can do what we please. Continue reading Changing or removing the seemingly unchangeable options in SharePoint 2013 Site Actions
“Sonny, true love is the greatest thing in the world. Except for a nice M.L.T., a mutton, lettuce and tomato sandwich, where the mutton is nice and lean and the tomato is ripe. They’re so perky. I love that.”
You know what else would be the greatest thing in the world? A responsive version of SharePoint 2013’s Seattle master page. While an ETA continues to be dodged for this juicy addition for SharePoint on-premises and SharePoint Online, we can play Miracle Max and do it ourselves. Yes really. At the end of the day, it is just CSS. That we can do. Continue reading Making seattle.master Responsive
Whether you are stuck in SharePoint or want to stick it to SharePoint or want to make things stick within SharePoint, sticky stuff in SharePoint is a hot topic. I am going to focus on the latter. Continue reading Sticky Stuff in SharePoint
This is a quick but handy little CSS style statement to increase the width of the SharePoint 2013 top navigation bar drop down, which by default is pretty small. Now I know ideally the navigation item text should be short and sweet, but I also know how folks love their long department names and the like in the navigation. Continue reading Increase width of SharePoint 2013 drop down navigation
The final post of a three part series, 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. The first post explored the HTML markup and CSS needed for navigation, organized into an unordered list. The follow-up post walked through the use of navigation taxonomy and the XSL for the menu. This final piece will first show how to implement the custom view in your master page, and then enhance it further with some shiny new CSS. Continue reading Mega Menu for SharePoint – Part 3 of 3
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
In this three part series, Heather Solomon and Dustin Miller will explore the ever-popular “Mega Menu”, and how to create a powerful, styled and functional mega menu for use on your SharePoint sites. In this first part, the focus is on the HTML markup and CSS styling to used to create this oft-requested UI element.
Continue reading Mega Menu for SharePoint – Part 1 of 3