Hide the Site Icon For some reason, you may want to hide the site icon. Want to hide it? Drop this code in:
Hide Share, Follow, & Edit Links These links are very handy, but in some cases you may not want to display them to users. Want to hide them? Drop this code in: **Note: Be sure to include the “!important” — this tells the browser to override the existing element style.
Hide the Browse and Page Tabs The tabular menu can be hidden, as seen in this post, but if you’d just like to hide the standard Browse and Page tabs that appear when working in SharePoint, here’s the code to do it. Want to hide the Browse tab? Drop this code in: Want to […]
Change the External List Loading Gif **So far this only works on Chrome =\ External lists pull content from an external data source and surface the items into SharePoint. This allows you to easily work with the items using the SharePoint web/app part controls as you normally would with a standard SharePoint list. The loading […]
Styling the Content Search Web Part Here’s a link to Part One of this post which dealt with the “List” Display Template of the content search webpart. Here’s what the web part looks like with the following options: Slide Show – Large Picture. It’s pretty bland, and honestly, I HATE the default image that has […]
Syncfusion Metro Studio is Awesome! If you’ve ever struggled to find some basic images to use for icons, tile images for the Promoted Links Web Part, or any others, I wanted to share a resource that I use almost daily when building solutions and styling pages in SharePoint. Syncfusion’s MetroStudio has thousands of wire frame […]
Targeting a Single Web Part with CSS An important thing to note about using the CSS in general is that it saves a ton of time styling individual elements, and let you easily set a style for everything on the page. Where this gets complicated is if you have multiple web parts on the page […]
Styling the Content Search Web Part Check out Part 2 of this post where we style the Slideshow – Large Image display template. The Content Search Web Part is one of the most versatile web parts in SharePoint. It’s similar to the Content Query Web Part, but has some better functionality like searching throughout the […]