How to Customize Header, Footer, and Navigation in SharePoint Online Communication Site

How to Customize Header, Footer, and Navigation in SharePoint Online Communication Site

SharePoint
Here, we will discuss, how to modify the Header, Footer and Navigation in SharePoint Online modern communication site without using any custom code. Microsoft has introduced some new features in the communication site which helps in making the changes in look and feel of the header, footer, and navigation. Now, there is no need to add custom code. Thus, the manual efforts for branding on the header, footer, and navigation are reduced. Now, let’s see how to customize the site and apply branding into a SharePoint communication site. Customize Header in SharePoint Online Communication Site Navigate to your SharePoint online Communication site ->Open SiteClick on the Site Setting icon on top right corner of the SharePoint site -> Click on the Change the look optionSelect the “Header” linkSelect either the…
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C# Coding Standards and Naming Conventions

Asp.Net
Below are our C# coding standards, naming conventions, and best practices.Use these in your own projects and/or adjust these to your own needs. Do use PascalCasing for class names and method names. public class ClientActivity{    public void ClearStatistics()    {        //...    }    public void CalculateStatistics()    {        //...    }} Why: consistent with the Microsoft's .NET Framework and easy to read. Do use camelCasing for method arguments and local variables. public class UserLog{    public void Add(LogEvent logEvent)    {        int itemCount = logEvent.Items.Count;        // ...    }} Why: consistent with the Microsoft's .NET Framework and easy to read. Do not use Hungarian notation or any other type identification in identifiers // Correctint counter;string name; // Avoidint iCounter;string strName; Why: consistent with the Microsoft's .NET Framework and Visual Studio IDE makes determining types very easy (via tooltips). In general you want to avoid type indicators in any identifier. Do not use Screaming Caps for constants or readonly variables //…
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