Use CSS style to customize Enterprise Portal 2009 page

Sometimes we are asked to customize the layout of a page. The changes are often small and don’t necessarily require a change to the site master page or css file. For example, the client requests to hide the ‘Site Action’ menu on a Dynamics AX 2009 EP page to disable the user to change the page layout.

Now I use the purchase requisition lists as an example:

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On the page, right click and select View Source

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In the source file, the CSS class used in Site Action menu is .ms-siteaction

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Open Visual Studio 2008 and edit the user control PurchReqTableList. In the PurchReqTableList.ascx file, add the following code

<style type="text/css">
    .ms-siteaction { display:none ;}
</style>

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Save the change and update the portal.

Now you can see the ‘Site Action’ menu is gone.

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Similarly, if we want to hide the breadcrumbs, we can use the same way as well.

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Put the following code in the .ascx file:

<style type="text/css">
    .ms-siteaction { display:none ;}  .ms-sitemapdirectional { display: none; } .ms-titlearea { display: none; }
</style>

Save the changes and update the portal, you will find both the breadcrumbs and site action menu are gone.

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One Response to Use CSS style to customize Enterprise Portal 2009 page

  1. Jena Xu says:

    Hi, Fred,

    It is very userful. Thanks

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