Category: css

Make promoted links in SharePoint smaller

Hide “Updated pages” in Office 365 wiki

The code to hide “Updated Pages” part on wiki libraries has changed somewhat from older versions of SharePoint. The code now is: Simply add a “Content Editor webpart” on your page. Go the html source and add the following script. The script just hides the block via CSS.

Easy way to display promoted links (tiles) on multiple rows in SharePoint

Hide column titles from SharePoint lists and libraries with a small line of CSS

Quick and dirty CSS to display SharePoint column titles vertically

Very cool intranet from ITGroove

Open a SharePoint 2010 screen as modal dialog wherever you want via jQuery

My coworker at Belfius just found this cool trick to make your input screens cooler. He pointed me to the blog of Tobias Lekman: You can use the SP.UI.ModalDialog namespace via javascript. What his code does is open a SharePoint 2010 screen as modal dialog: The code Simply point the url to the page you …

Turn off the warning on IE6 browsers for SharePoint 2010 sites

Some large organisations might still use older browsers, like IE6 browsers for SharePoint 2010. If you open a SharePoint 2010 page in those browsers, you will get a popup saying that “Your browser will have problems displaying this web page”. This blog has the answer on how to turn off that warning message: The masterpage …


Hide SharePoint WebPart header menu dropdown arrow and selection checkbox

Working on a dashboard page for users with limited possibilities, I had to disable the close and minimize webpart functionality. Instead of just hiding the functions, I chose to have a minimalistic view and hide SharePoint WebPart header menu dropdown arrow. The webpart header consist of following parts: tr class =ms-WPHeader (which is the header) td …

Hide the SharePoint Search field

If you want to hide the SharePoint search box on a specific page, you can add a content-editor webpart to the page with following code.