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Using the .s4-titlerowhidetitle in your custom master page.

When creating a custom master page you want to make sure to keep the s4-titlerowhidetitle class.  If you don’t have this in your custom master page you can find the tag  directly after the #s4-bodyContainer in your v4.master. (Please don’t edit the v4.master directly!) <div id=”s4-titlerow” class=”s4-notdlg s4-titlerowhidetitle”> … </div> IMHO it’s a gem when […]

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Adding Custom Site Actions Items to my SharePoint 2010 Blog

When you first create a blog on SharePoint 2010 it seems clunky in allowing the management of posts, comments, etc. Since I have a fixed width blog I don’t use the third column. Yes you can move the web part but what fun is that when we can try something new and add some links […]

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Love my CloudShare!

Recently I had to get a SharePoint Foundation environment up pretty quickly to test a branding solution that was built for a client. Kris Wagner had always talked up CloudShare, so I decided to give it a try.  Easy was not the word, it was easier than easy and now I am hooked. Our company […]

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SharePoint 07 styles showing in my 2010 site

While testing out a customization for a client site, I noticed in the out of the box picture library that the list had some of the 2007 look and feel. While the top still looked okay, I wasn’t quite happy with the yellow background behind the selector arrow. Once again with Firebug and IE Developer […]

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Fixing the slight shift on SharePoint web part titles when hovering

When customizing SharePoint sites you most certainly will make some type of change to the web part title. When editing the page you will notice sometimes when you hover over the title to edit the web part there will be a slight shift. You can see the difference in the images below. I have done […]

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Customizing the blog posts in a SharePoint blog template

I am just going to say straight out I am not a developer, I am sure there are much better ways at tackling this type of change. I hope it works as well for you as it did for me. Recently on the MSDN Forums, I came across a question asking how to just show […]

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