Posts Tagged "Pages"
It has been around two years since I published SharePoint Page Design best practices post. That was when we only had classical Wiki Pages at our disposal. A lot has changed since then. Classical Wiki Pages are pretty much a thing of the past now. If you are in SharePoint Online, you should only create new site pages using modern page experience.… keep reading >
In this post, I am going to describe how to get around a pretty damaging issue in SharePoint Sites. It is the ability of regular members of the site to edit pages, including the homepage of the site. In SharePoint, pages are treated just like any other content (documents, events, etc.). This means that if the users have Edit or Contribute permission level (those… keep reading >
With the roll-out of modern pages in SharePoint, team members got the ability to comment on the page contents via the Comments box at the bottom of each page. This is another attempt to make SharePoint more social and less static. The Comments might be handy in some specific use cases. For example, maybe you built a page for some announcement or… keep reading >
One question I often get lately from my loyal blog followers is how to upgrade from classical Wiki pages to modern pages in SharePoint. As I blogged a few times previously, modern pages in SharePoint are the way to go and I recommend that for all new sites you only create modern pages going forward. That said, naturally, the majority of pages… keep reading >
Over the course of the last few years, I published a number of posts explaining the difference between sites and site collections, sites and pages, document libraries and folders. I realize though that without having a big picture, it might be hard to visualize how all these pieces relate to each other. As such, I decided to publish this post, where I… keep reading >
As I deliver my webinars and training sessions, I get a lot of compliments on how neat and aligned my pages appear. Specifically, the text that I usually paste at the top of the page. While SharePoint does not stand out for its text and image editing capabilities, there are some tricks in the book that allow making the page a bit… keep reading >
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 >
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