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Apr 30

SharePoint 2010 Masterpages and CSS

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Matthew Hughes of  http://engageinsharepoint.co.uk has created a ready to use master page and linked css for SharePoint 2010.  It includes an orange and a blue version for free use on any SharePoint site. What is so brilliant about this set is that it is easy to customise from Matts’ pages and create your own colour versions and design.  You can download it from CodePlex:  http://freespmp.codeplex.com/

The layout in both master pages is simple, and easy to use. And for a quick and easy “ready made” site – this is the way to go.

Thanks Matt, these pages are a pleasure to work with.

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    April 4, 2012

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    May 15, 2012

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