Are you looking to display data from a SharePoint list/library, SQL table/view, Bamboo List Rollup, or BDC/BCS without the need for creating a data view that requires SharePoint Designer? With Bamboo’s Data-Viewer Web Part, you can accomplish all of this and more. Whether you want to: customize the look and feel; allow users to group, filter, and sort; apply calculations and/or export items to Microsoft Excel; or customize the CSS, Data-Viewer Web Part is THE must-have tool for business intelligence and analytics. All these options, as well as the ability to: perform inline editing of data; apply conditional formatting and calculations to both the master data and the nested child data; and access Lists and List Rollup data-views from all across your SharePoint farm, are all available now with the latest release of Data-Viewer Web Part. Here in part six, we will show you how to update the Skin and Font to the Site Theme for Data-Viewer Web Part
To help celebrate the release of Data-Viewer Web Part version 3.6, we have put together a brand-new 8-part series that will walk you through how to use the product’s newest and most popular features. By inheriting the site theme, you provide an option for the Data-Viewer to use the Site Theme as its default skin and font. Let us show you how to update the Skin and Font to the Site Theme for Data-Viewer Web Part.
To begin, go to Site Settings > Site Theme > Select a Theme:
Next, go to the tool pane and navigate to the Look and Feel Settings.
Under Select Skin, select the Inherit Site Theme option:
When you return to Data-Viewer Web Part, you will see that the Web Part has the same skin and font as the Site Theme:
Are you ready to test drive Data-Viewer Web Part in your own SharePoint environment? Jump over to the Data-Viewer Web Part product page now and select Add Trial to Cart to download a free, fully functional 30-day trial.
Want to learn more about Data-Viewer Web Part? Check out the rest of the series here:
- Part 1: How to Configure the Column Display Settings
- Part 2: How to Create and Display List Data Calculations
- Part 3: How to Use the Print Feature
- Part 4: How to Create a New Item in a Parent List and Nested List
- Part 5: How to Group, Sort, and Filter List Rollup Data
- Part 7: How to View Lists Flat and Lists in Folders
- Part 8: How to Define Column Headers