Branding

 

A couple of months ago I wrote some posts about provisioning design files in SharePoint 2013 (display templates, none html design files). One thing I did not described is how you can provision your HTML master page and page layout design files. Most of the research (read time) was already done when I was trying...

 

The first thing you mostly did when branding a SharePoint 2010 site, was creating a search center were the top navigation was shown (because it used the minimal master page it was not visible). When you did this for the first time, it was quite some work and effort. In SharePoint 2013 this process is...

 

When upgrading my clients' page layouts from SharePoint 2010 to 2013, I stumbled on something annoying. The content of my page layouts was not being updated when I deployed a new version of my page layout solution. Everything seemed to be correct, because the file itself was correctly provisioned the first time. But when I...

 

Footers and SharePoint that was the starting point of this blog. Back in August 2010, I blogged about how to create a sticky footer for your SharePoint 2010 sites (blog post can be found here and here). Now it is time to upgrade this sticky footer solution to SharePoint 2013. For this sticky footer solution...

 

New SharePoint versions can be challenging, especially when it comes to branding your sites. When you are in a migration process like me, you will probably have to re-do the branding to support the new functionalities. Assuming that everything will work like before can be really disappointing. There are a lot of new functionalities, which...

 

With the new theme engine from SharePoint 2013 I had a few questions about how sub-sites could inherit the theme/composed looks from the parent. Let me first start with the differences between the 2010 and 2013 theme engine. Differences between SharePoint 2010 and 2013 Theme Engine In 2010 when you uploaded a PowerPoint Theme file...