Archive for category CSS

Turning Quick Launch in to a Tab control

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First, let me start this post by saying that I absolutely love that navigation in SP2010 is completely standard HTML. This is a ‘codeless’ method for turning that left nav quick launch in to a nifty tab control. The use case for this, was for some landing pages people wanted tabs rather than quick launch […]

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Simplified Ribbon

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So I was experimenting trying to fix an issue the SharePoint 2010 ribbon not being left aligned and came across some unusual behavior. If you float the ribbon left you will always get the simplified collapsed ribbon view. Giving a much more intuitive interface, though more advanced options take additional clicks. This has the possibility […]

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jQuery Index Based Selectors

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So this post is not really strictly SharePoint. But covers a cool function I hadn’t noticed before in jQuery, namely it supports CSS3 index based selectors.

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Extending the size of the Rich Text Editor

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So an issue I’ve heard many times from end users is that the rich text editor is way too small to do verbose content. Below you’ll find some CSS which increases the size of the Rich Text Editor and the list form in general to be both wider and in the case of the RTE, taller as well.

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