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SharePoint Training from the original SharePoint Experts
SharePoint Training from the original SharePoint Experts

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Holy cow there is a lot of CSS in SharePoint! And there is a heck of a lot that you can do with it! The vast majority of branding SharePoint involves using CSS to add style and restyle SharePoint components. Master pages get all the fame but CSS is where the action is happening. Get your SharePoint branding kick-started with the SharePoint CSS Experience and learn how to rebrand SharePoint using nothing but CSS.

There are a ton of resources online for learning about properties and their values (such as background and color). This course focuses on identifying and writing the selectors and combining the right properties to get the desired effect – the stuff that frustrates most people about CSS.

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If the very thought of making your SharePoint site mobile friendly makes you cringe in anticipation of long nights spent banging your head on the proverbial desk, set your worries aside as you have come to the right place. This course will help jumpstart your responsive design efforts within SharePoint and provide you valuable skills and resources to ensure your development process goes as smoothly as possible.

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Don’t be wooed by the excitement of the Design Manager in SharePoint 2013. There is still no magic EASY button for SharePoint branding. But it doesn’t have to be hard either. In this class you will learn how not to be intimidated by .NET code while successfully branding your SharePoint site to make it look how you want – layout, colors, fonts, you name it. You got the design and now you need the where and how.

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This is a SharePoint class for the crazy ones. The misfits. The rebels. The troublemakers who insist on saying, “Enough with .NET! Enough with all those third party web parts! I am a SharePoint Hacker and I can do it myself using nothing but a web browser and a text editor!”

Instructor Dustin Miller has put together a course based on his ten plus years of experience poking, prodding, hacking and manipulating SharePoint. This course is designed for client-side web developers; SharePoint hackers and tweakers; and .NET developers who’ve had enough of the labor and overhead of writing and deploying custom web parts.

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Last chance to register for #SharePoint #CSS course, starts tomorrow! Make SP totally awesome looking w/ only CSS. spexp.me/cssexp

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#SharePoint Web Dev course dates tweaked for next week. Now April 10-13. Make SP awesome again for 2010, 2013, 2016. spexp.me/supergeeks

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