If you've been looking at the neat new masterpages with SharePoint 2013, and playing around with changing them, you can quite easily see a difference between the two options: Oslo and Seattle. Seattle is what we're used to with SharePoint 2010: left nav and a top nav. Oslo moves the left nav to the top,... Continue Reading →
I have had the honor to be named part of the Top 50 SharePoint Sites by Dynamics101.com. Seeing the other stars on this list, I think they may have me confused with someone else. :) Thanks!!
Sorry for the delay in getting this last post in, it completely skipped my mind. This is part three of my mini-series, part one covered element inspection and part two covers scripting. In this post, we will look into some of the performance tools available to the developer toolbar in Internet Explorer. This will allow... Continue Reading →