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I have made a few cosmetic changes (background color, border, font size/color, etc.) to the headers of each column of a SharePoint list (allitems.aspx) using SharePoint designer 2010. After getting it looking the way I like I went and created alternate filtered/grouped views of that list using the original as the starting place. Unfortunately those stylistic changes did no propagate into the new views.

The requirement is that I make 8 separate views (just filtered differently) based on that original allitems view and I would rather not have to manually adjust each column header again. Is there an easier way to push those style changes out to subsequent lists? Maybe a template or some advanced process in SharePoint designer I do not know of?

Any help would be greatly appreciated!

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use CSS to alter appearances, that way it will affect all views. Manually editing the view is not the way to do this unless you want to be repeating yourself.

  • ahhh...thank you. I am just now getting into all this web design stuff so I'll try to figure out how to apply the CSS style from the fist view to the others. – Logan2847 Jul 11 '14 at 18:05
  • No problem, just a tip for the Stack Exchange sites, if an answer solves/addresses the question hit the tick to accept it as an answer. – GavinB Jul 14 '14 at 0:13

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