Link to an Alternate CSS File

A SharePoint Online tutorial by Peter Kalmström

When the SharePoint Server Publishing Infrastructure feature has been activated for the site collection and the SharePoint Server Publishing feature for the site, you can use an alternate CSS file for the site.

You make the setting in the Master Page settings. In the demo below Peter Kalmström, CEO and Systems Designer of Business Solutions, explains how to do it.

Add a custom CSS to a site

  1. Upload the CSS file to the Site Assets or to another location on your SharePoint site.
  2. Click on the settings gear and select Site settings.
  3. In the Look and Feel group, click on the link 'Master page'.
  4. Expand 'Alternate CSS URL'.
  5. Select the 'Specify a CSS file' option and browse to the location where you uploaded your CSS file.
  6. Check the box for subsite inheritance if you want all subsites to use the CSS file.
  7. Click OK.

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