Andrew Connell

Heather Solomon's UI reference articles for WSS/SPS 2003 rock!

Are you in the business of modifying or customizing the SharePoint 2003 (WSS/SPS) interface? If you are, you'll know it can be quite a challenge even if you are going about it with FrontPage 2003 (if you are, I hope you're aware of ghosting/unghosting). My good friend Heather Solomon has posted two killer references articles to her site that lists CSS styles and images used in WSS/SPS 2003. The SharePoint 2003 CSS Reference Chart contains: Portal/WSS specification Class/ID name Descriptive function in the site SPS.CSS & OWS.CSS line number and general properties Screenshots of the style The SharePoint 2003 Image Reference Guide contains: Image filename Function Associated CSS info Screenshot of the image Talk about two killer resources.. man, I miss working with her! » SharePoint 2003 CSS Reference Chart» SharePoint 2003 Image Reference Guide Technorati : sps2003, wss ...

Are you in the business of modifying or customizing the SharePoint 2003 (WSS/SPS) interface? If you are, you’ll know it can be quite a challenge even if you are going about it with FrontPage 2003 (if you are, I hope you’re aware of ghosting/unghosting ). My good friend Heather Solomon has posted two killer references articles to her site that lists CSS styles and images used in WSS/SPS 2003.

The SharePoint 2003 CSS Reference Chart contains:

  • Portal/WSS specification
  • Class/ID name
  • Descriptive function in the site
  • SPS.CSS & OWS.CSS line number and general properties
  • Screenshots of the style

The SharePoint 2003 Image Reference Guide contains:

  • Image filename
  • Function
  • Associated CSS info
  • Screenshot of the image

Talk about two killer resources.. man, I miss working with her!

» SharePoint 2003 CSS Reference Chart » SharePoint 2003 Image Reference Guide

Andrew Connell
Founder & Chief Course Artisan, Voitanos LLC. | Microsoft MVP
Written by Andrew Connell

Andrew Connell is a web developer with a focus on Microsoft Azure & Microsoft 365. He’s received Microsoft’s MVP award every year since 2005 and has helped thousands of developers through the various courses he’s authored & taught. Andrew’s the founder of Voitanos and is dedicated to delivering industry-leading on-demand video training to professional developers. He lives with his wife & two kids in Florida.