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I have a document library and need to make the arrows that appear when you hover over a column to be always visible. Is it possible to do this WITHOUT SharePoint designer? The company I work for won't allow access to anyone and the person with access won't make edits such as that.

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The following CSS should make the column arrows visible at all times, not only on hover:

a.ms-headerSortArrowLink > img {
    visibility: visible !important;
}

You can apply this CSS to:

  • a single list view - you need access to edit list view pages. Steps: edit the list view page, add a Script Editor web part to the page, and then inside it paste the CSS above between the <style>insert_CSS_here</style> tags.
  • all list views in the site - you need full control access on the site. Steps: create a CSS file with the above CSS, upload the file to the Site Assests library of the site, and then go to Site Settings > Master Page > Alternate CSS URL > pick third option > click Browse and select the CSS file uploaded earlier in the Site Assests library > click OK.
  • all lists views in the site collection - you need to be a site collection admin. Same steps as the applying the CSS to all list views in a site, but you need to do those on the root site of the site collection.
  • Thank you! I don't seem to have access to embed code either but I may be able to get someone with access to do it! – user5991813 Aug 12 '16 at 14:11

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