With a little trick we can add different colors, even to those inline styles.
As promised in my blog post “What is inside your SharePoint CSS” I like to show how it is possible to add a grid system to SharePoint without using Bootstrap or edit the master page.
Grid systems for web sites were popular long before Ethan Mascotte wrote his famous article about “Responsive Web Design” back in 2010. The first grid system I ever used was the 960.gs. It was released in 2008.
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How to use SASS to brand SharePoint without requiring lengthy deployments.
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How to apply a grid layout and make it responsive.
How to structure your branding correctly to make it more maintainable.
How CSS 4 fits into the picture and its effect on SASS.
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Ever wondered what is defined in the corev15.css? Let’s take a little look to some statistics of this style sheet. Another thing I like to consider how you change the style sheets when additional frameworks such as bootstrap will be applied to SharePoint. Plus, we will take a look how SharePoint Style Sheets will be changed when an branding will be added based on Bootstrap.