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SharePoint 2013 For Dummies by Ken Withee

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Chapter 13

Changing the Look and Feel of Your Site

In This Chapter

arrow Getting a handle on the Look and Feel section

arrow Changing the site logo

arrow Changing the look of your site

arrow Working with team site navigation

Changing the look and feel of a site can be very powerful. The standard SharePoint colors work just fine, but perhaps you want to change the color palette for a holiday or to match your team’s color scheme. SharePoint provides some very powerful features for changing the look and feel of your site. You don’t need web designers or any specialized technical skills.

Usability experts have a lot to say about the look and feel of a site. After users are familiar with the look and feel of a site, it’s best not to change it. Creating change when it isn’t required causes a productivity loss. However, it can be a good idea to spice things up a bit by changing some of the colors for a holiday or special day. You just shouldn’t go too crazy (unless you want your users to do the same).

In this chapter, you find out how to change the look and feel of a SharePoint site. You see how themes are used ...

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