Posts Tagged “design”

Entry Points to Content

February 6 2010 2 comments

Modern information systems like intranets contain often massive amounts of information. In our projects we go through quite a lot of trouble to make this information manageable through classification of data. A more philosophically oriented writer might argue that this information becomes knowledge through this process, but it’s not the essence of this writing. After the analysis and classification, the…

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Custom Site Actions Link with CSS

February 4 2010 24 comments

Whenever there is a need to customize the look and feel of the default MOSS 2007 site actions control without going through several lines of code, CSS comes in handy.

The tricky part involves replacing the white arrow image which is hardcoded on the default control itself to reflect your design. If we look at the HTML that is rendered…

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