Validate that the change has taken effect and hear about possible alternatives.
- [Instructor] All right, let's see how you did.…Well first off, let's take a look at the CSS…for the new element.…Here's how I did it.…You can see I've used a class,…but I could have easily used an ID.…Now on my web part page,…here's the code in the embed dialogue.…I've got that style type called out in the beginning…and I've got it closed off…and the new element is placed in between those.…This is what my source code…with the tag changed to the new element style looks like.…
And finally, here's what it looks like when it's applied.…There are a lot of other things I could have done.…I could have changed the font type,…I could have added a background color.…Plenty of different possibilities…when you start playing around.…How did you do?…
- Changing your site's logo, title, and theme
- Creating new palettes and themes
- Loading fonts to your site
- Calling font sets in your theme
- CSS basics for branding SharePoint
- Creating and uploading a blank CSS style sheet
- Modifying site navigation, fonts, and backgrounds
- Styling tables
- Defining new elements in your CSS file
- Creating new CSS elements directly into the style sheet
Skill Level Intermediate
SharePoint Online 2017: Beyond the Basicswith Gini von Courter3h 32m Intermediate
1. The Branding Hierarchy
2. Creating a Custom Theme: Colors
3. Adding New Fonts
4. CSS Basics for Branding SharePoint
5. Modify SharePoint with CSS
6. More Styling: Page Elements
7. Getting Fancy: Custom CSS Elements
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