Category: SharePoint

So, we finally managed to carve out enough time between customer projects to update our own website, and bring it onto MOSS. Below are some screenshots of the site, as well as some mock-ups I produced whilst planning the site and working with management here.   So here are my top tips for creating a […]

I’ve recently been working on a project for a customer who wanted to base their system around Visio process diagrams. We found a neat way of using standard Visio and SharePoint functionality to make this work for them – allowing them to build a system based on interactive diagrams. System Structure: The system is based […]

Loading Different Themes Per User In my last post I talked about audience targeted branding – using a Content Query Web Part to pull in different CSS sheets depending on which audience the user was in. That works nicely, and being able to use audiences to gather users together is handy – but it doesn’t […]

A while ago I had an interesting requirement: to brand a SharePoint system in such a way that different users logging in to the same sites are served with different branding experiences. I have finally gotten around to blogging the trick I used… [Note: This article assumes you are already competant with the theory of […]