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You Can use <style> td.ms-formbody { /*your style*/ } </style> If the styling generated in inline, you have to remove the inline styling and apply your style.In the above screenshot if the page is in your control, you have to remove the "style" or you have to incorporate your style there itself. Since your are using web-part this should be in ...


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You can do it like this inside content editor webpart <style> #SPFieldText { font-weight:..., size:... } </style>


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Try SharePoint Designer with the following steps... Open the site in SharePoint Designer Click on "All Files" folder from left navigation menu. Navigate to the list where you have that listview. Open the specific listview page which showed blank in browser. Find the CEWP under ContentPlaceHolder "PlaceHolderMain"...remove that webpart or change your css. ...


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I would check how the css looks like when you experience the problem. Maybe there is something in there that cause this issue. There could be several issues to this: One Script throws and exception CSS: Positioning malfunctioning CSS: Custom paddings / margins You can remove the style sheet from the custom master page and check if everything could be ...


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Using the Set interval javascript function and calling your variables again you should be able to hind the time as required. After you have called your variable do a statement to check if it has been set previously so as to not wrap the div again. You set the variable v by assigning it again to the variable


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With @Vince2322589 help, I found the solution to this by just using setInterval method and minor modification on my script.


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Try this: body, .ms-backgroundImage { background: url("../LandingPage/LAIPic1.png") no-repeat fixed center center / cover transparent; }


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Try as below body.ms-backgroundImage { position: absolute; background-image:url('../images/panelbar.png'); height: 200px; width: 30px; background-repeat: none; top: 100px; left: 0; z-index: 6; } Change top left height and width


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To have the menu sit on the side of the page like that you are going to want to use the css attribute position: absolute;. Then to place it where you'd like use top: 100px; left:10px; using whatever values you would like. Using this you can place it where you'd like on the page and it should stay where it is no matter when you are scrolling. You can put ...


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Those 3 elements are contained inside a div with id "s4-titlerow". Setting a display: none; in your CSS should do the trick. #s4-titlerow { display: none; } Or change its height to zero. #s4-titlerow { height: 0; }


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If you want to move your content away from the quick launch, try this: <style type="text/css"> #contentBox { margin-left: 250px; /* default is 220px, so increase to whatever value you like */ } </style>


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I added the css code below and it worked like a charm! body #bodyContainer { overflow:visible !important; }


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In the master page file, add the following line just before closing the <head> tag. <SharePoint:CssRegistration ID="CssRegistration" Name="http://maxcdn.bootstrapcdn.com/font-awesome/4.1.0/css/font-awesome.min.css" After="corev15.css" runat="server" /> </head>


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According to UserVoice driving improvements to SharePoint API Microsoft released SharePoint 2013 and SharePoint Online solution packs that contains the following change to the existing API: Web object exposes AlternateCssUrl property via CSOM (.Net, REST, JS) Alternatively you could install the latest versions of SharePoint Server 2013 Client ...


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You can use sharepoint designer to modify the master page and hide the top ribbon. Refer to this post. You can also hide it for users with specific permissions using SPSecurityTrimmedControl . Refer this


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for your firt quetion: I have been create the next css On my seattle.html I add this line: And the result is this: second question: try to add your css just above the head closing tag, because as you know html and css are sequentials so all your styles will be overwritten if another css execute after yours. third question: to this apply the answer ...


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Yes, CSS is the way to go. By default all currency and percentage columns align to the right. This blog post will give you what you need: http://blog.sharepointexperience.com/2012/05/text-alignment-sharepoint-list/



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