In the modern SharePoint experience, you can easily change the look and feel of your site to match your company or organizational brand. You can customize the logo, colors, and navigation – often without writing a single line of code. Branding can be applied at the site level, to a group of sites, or to all sites within your organization.
In this video we'll focus to showcase some of the latest branding features which site owners can use to provide personalized experiences.
You may quickly modify your site's appearance in the modern SharePoint experience to reflect your business's or organization's brand. The navigation, logo, and colors may all be changed—often without writing a single line of code. A site, a set of sites, or all the sites in your organization can all use branding.
Both traditional and contemporary SharePoint architectures can benefit from following the same basic rules and procedures for site and page navigation. However, depending on the structure of your websites and intranet, you have many possibilities for creating navigation. For instance, the default navigation experiences seen in sites with subsites found in classic SharePoint site hierarchies are not included in the modern experience.
Once you've created a site in SharePoint in Microsoft 365 or SharePoint Server, you can make changes to the site's settings, such as the name, logo, description, privacy level, and site classification, as well as service limits and permissions for the site.
SharePoint site owners have new options for applying custom styles and colors to sites that make it easier to define and manage themes across site collections.