Extensive MSDN articles on branding and customizing SharePoint.
Very comprehensive first part of an article series focussed on stylesheets and what you can do with them in a SharePoint environment.
Update: Here are the other parts:
Before switching to individual links – which goes well with my new tumble-oriented style of updating this blog – I have to work off the links i collected last week. Let’s start with SharePoint and some hands-on articles about different aspects of SharePoint:
- Show/Hide Multiple Web Parts
A tutorial on how to to create a view/web part toggle menu in SharePoint
- Custom Field – Upload Files and Images
Integrate an upload-field in your lists and libraries
- Controlling Single Web Parts with CSS
How to style web parts with CSS
- Editing Themes with SharePoint Designer
Exactly what the title says
- Common Date Time formulas for Sharepoint – Calculated Fields
Formula examples to calculate date and time in calculated fields
Besides these links, some interesting articles were also published recently:
After cleaning up the CSS here at marksimon.de i sure would like to try out such refined techniques as CSS Sprites. Although there might be no actual purpose to it and, from an aesthetic point of view, i still prefer a graphics-free approach to writing stylesheets. But that’s just my personal taste, i guess.