Custom Style Sheets for PowerApps, pseudo CSS

Yes, CSS for PowerApps, kinda. Actual CSS based style sheets are not possible, but the next best thing is. We can create a few objects to store our styles in, like colors, font sizes, dimensions, etc. and then reference them across the app. Not really cascading style sheets, but let's call them just style sheets.... Continue Reading →


Customizing SharePoint’s Modern Lists’ Forms

Ya know that awesome new interface we get in Office 365 called Modern Lists? Ya know how that's not editable, or customizable, or extensible? Well, ya know it right! It's not. However... Above is a typical modern list, in all of it's glory. Pretty right? But I want to add some of my own code... Continue Reading →


A Non-Developer’s Intro to the Developer Toolbar: Performance

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 →


My Users Don’t Like SharePoint Because It’s Just Ugly!

This is Part 4 of my series on 'My Users Don't Like SharePoint...' "Can you make it not look like SharePoint?" Sorry, I can't use the Mustang metaphor on this one, it's too beautiful. SharePoint can be a little rough to stare at day after day. It's basic, and a little boring. The 2010 interface... Continue Reading →


Customize the SharePoint Calendar Colors

I shared a post a while ago on how to create a color coded calendar in SharePoint. This is a no code (for real!) solution, and I've received some great feedback from it. One area I want to focus on are the colors. Let's go from blah To, well, more colorful, not sure if I'd... Continue Reading →


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