Check your work and verify that your CSS stylesheet changed your site as desired.
- [Instructor] Okay, let's see how we did.…So your page should look sort of like mine.…The background color or image will be partially obscured…by the content box element.…If that didn't work, go back and check your code.…Did you remember the punctuation?…Now, I've got a sample in the course files…if you want to compare your work for mine.…Look for modified_style_0604.css.…Taking this again to its logical conclusion,…we're also going to be able to change the background colors…in the individual content areas, as well,…so you can get a really nice layered effect on those pages…with just a little bit of monkeying around.…
- 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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