Recently the user interface to create site collections in SharePoint Online have been updated. The storage quota unit is now gigabytes instead of megabytes. So be careful not to set a storage quota of 1024 gigabytes instead of megabytes. Let’s take a look why this happened.
Changed interface of storage quota
To take a look in the past you can check the official documentation on “How to set storage quota“. Beside this change on the limitation the calculation to evaluate the storage limits has been changed too. This new feature is called pooled storage.
Over the last year I did more branding projects on Office 365 than on on-premise. Since the first call by Microsoft to avoid modifications of the master page I played around with certain scenarios and patterns to reduce or avoid such modifications.
One common issue is that the suite bar is responsive (everything that resize is responsive) but not well optimized for mobile. Without any enhancements this part of SharePoint shows only half of the content. With some small CSS only modifications the suite bar looks great on nearly any device.
The following blog post use SASS pre-processed CSS the compiled CSS can be found too at the end of this post.
If you like to create a responsive user experience it is common practice to add a <meta name=”viewport”> tag to the html. This tag contains instructions to the browser in the matter of viewpoints and zooming and make sure that your web design is scaled properly according to your style definitions. Without this tag SharePoint on an iPhone will look as seen on the screenshot below. Currently SharePoint doesn’t support it by default.