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Well, this requirement came up for one of our Client that is a Marketing Agency based in Jacksonville, FL. They have a SharePoint list to save external URLs that is used by their team across the United States. Usually, when you convert the URLs from external sources, it comes with special characters like !@$#>% and couple of others. That’s when we found a way to convert such strings into a URL friendly string with the help of Microsoft Flow. Let’s see how this works:
How can you work on custom styles for your SharePoint Intranet Portal site collection? The best way to do so is by centralizing all the CSS files into a style sheet (Even a set of style sheets would do) which is referenced on the page layouts or master page. This technique will help us to build a consistent and coherent design that gives needed control for long-term updates/management of site designs.