This blog post will take you through the steps I took when setting up my new computer for working with Power Pages¨; Azure DevOps Repo, VS Code, install .git, clone repo to the local computer, and install Power Platform CLI
Author: Ulrikke Akerbæk
User Experience through digital interfaces, interaction, branding and visual design has been her passion and focus since she created her first website at age 14. She is a solution architect for Power Platform, specializing in Power Apps Portals. She is a Business Applications MVP and was named one of the top 50 women in tech in Norway in 2022. Currently working as Low Code Practice Lead at Itera.
This blog post will show you how to create a new environment where you can explore and play with Power Pages lots more in Power Platform than beyond
How to style Power Pages – from the simplest theming to the most advanced custom styling
How to add a browser icon or favicon as it is really called, to your Power Pages
This blog post will show you how to upload your own CSS file and edit it in Power Pages.
This blog post will show you the best practice way to enable Font Awesome icons in Power Pages.
This blog post will provide the CSS code you need to make all your modals bigger in Power Pages (previously known as Power Apps Portals)
This blog post will introduce you to the different Power Pages Templates in Power Platform
This blog post will show you the different tools and interfaces I use to pick apart Power Apps Portals and Power Pages templates.
YES – this works for Power Pages too! Power Pages and Power Apps Portals are the same product from a technical perspective.Read all about it this blog post by Nick Doelman here:https://readyxrm.blog/2022/10/12/power-apps-portals-is-now-power-pages/ The blog post you are looking for is here: Also, you should have…