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Topic: "Branding"

How to apply a site template to a SharePoint Site

As I documented in one of my previous posts, you only have two choices (site types) when creating a site: a Communication site template and a Team site template. Once the site is created, you can customize it further by adding web parts, splitting pages into sections/columns, and adding images and color themes. But what if you are new to SharePoint or… keep reading >

5 PowerShell commands you need to know with SharePoint Online

Yes, I know what you are thinking. Greg, what the @#$% are you talking about? For years, and via hundreds of blog posts, you have been telling us, the business users, to use SharePoint out of the box, to never utilize a single line of code, and now you are writing an article about PowerShell – the scripting language for IT geeks?… keep reading >

How to configure and apply a custom theme in SharePoint Online

“Any customer can have a car painted any color that he wants, so long as it is black.” These were the famous words spoken by Henry Ford in the early 1900s. The quote was related to his Model T car that he wanted to make efficient and accessible to the population. If we fast-forward 100 years and switch gears to SharePoint Online,… keep reading >

3 ways to promote links in SharePoint Modern Pages

Quite often, when building sites and pages for corporate Intranet portals, we need to link to other sources like external websites or some important internal documents, sites or libraries. The idea is, of course, to focus the user’s attention and highlight or promote a certain link. In classic SharePoint sites, there is a special web part for this called Promoted links. I… keep reading >

How to build a cool Intranet Landing Page using Modern Page experience in SharePoint

When the Modern pages came out almost a year ago, I have written a blog post on how to bypass them. That is because when they first came out – they were buggy, had limited set of supported web parts and could not really be used for anything useful, in my opinion. A lot has changed since then! Modern pages are now… keep reading >

How to brand SharePoint and Office 365 Out of the Box

First impression counts. So if you created your Intranet/sites in SharePoint, I strongly encourage that you change them from the default “blue and white” SharePoint colors and brand according to your company colors. With this blog post, I would like to explain the few options that you have in SharePoint out of the box to spice up your site. I will admit… keep reading >

It is OK for SharePoint to look like SharePoint

I am sick and tired of hearing people complain about SharePoint look and feel and lack of sophisticated branding capabilities. Yes, I agree, the ability to customize SharePoint Out of the Box is not that spectacular – you can choose between few color palettes, select from a handful of fonts and upload a logo or background image onto the site. However, I… keep reading >