You can view the live demo here: SharePoint.Respond

I attended the Johannesburg Information Worker meet at Microsoft and Michael O’Donavan showed us HTML5 and sharePoint using Kyle Schaeffers’ Responsive Master Page – It is a base teamplate that was created for SharePoint 2010 publishing sites. This was awesome, and I started fiddling when I got home. The next week a client has a requirement: Make SharePoint 2010 Team Sites look stunning on all devices – and we all know what mobile view looks like.

The hard knocks, late night, swearing at my laptop was all worth it, when I was able to produce one of South Africa’s first responsive sites – and a Team site as well! Who said it was impossible… they lied, or didn’t try hard enough (my opinion – don’t flame me). I am one of the first people in South Africa, to have a fully responsive SharePoint 2010 site. The Intranet that went live is, of course, under Client Agreement, so I created SharePoint.Respond to show what it can do. and as Nothing is perfect – you will find the occasional bug. look through the section “How I Did It” and you will see why the bug still exsists, and potential work arounds. This site is optimized for Internet Explorer 9, it works in Chrome and FireFox, but doesn’t look as pretty. I am working on this as I continue to finese this site.

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Thank to all the people who assisted me in making this site possible.

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