Category Archive for "CSS"

SharePoint Lists: Grouping more than two levels deep

To organize a list view, grouping is an important feature. However, a list view can only be organized by grouping two levels deep via browser. If you want to group items using more than two levels, you need to open

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The best of both worlds: CSS tables

I just noticed an article in Digital Web Magazine by Rachel Andrews over at SitePoint, who has written extensively about pros and cons of css vs. table layouts. In this article, she demonstrates how to use css tables using the

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Scrolling Table Cell

Recently, I got the following requirements: A data table contains one cell with a possibly long description. We want the height of that description to be no bigger than 80 pixels. This means, the cell needs to have a scrollbar.

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