This article will discuss the Tiles Design Element including its basic functions and ways to design it.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
- What is the Tiles Design Element?
- When is the Tiles Design Element Used?
- How to Design the Tiles Design Element?
- You have the latest ShortPoint public version installed for your environment
- You are a ShortPoint Designer with an active license
What is the Tiles Design Element?
The Tiles Design Element allows ShortPoint Designers to organize a series of links, images, or content into individual blocks that bring together functionality and style to your page.
When is the Tiles Design Element Used?
Here are some of the instances you can use the Button Design Element for your SharePoint pages:
- You can use it to organize your content, allowing users to easily find the content they are looking for.
For example, we used tiles to create a shortcut for commonly used documents.
- You can use it as a navigation menu, giving easy access to other pages in your Site Collection.
In the example below, we used tiles to create a navigation menu that links to other pages in our Site Collection.
- You can use it to elevate the design of your SharePoint page. The Tiles Design Element has a variety of styles that you can choose from, allowing you to cater to different design needs.
In the sample below, we used Tiles to create a unique and colorful section on our page, adding to the visual appeal of the page.
How to Design the Tiles Design Element?
There are many ways to design the Tiles Design Element. We have listed below a couple of ways to create a unique Tile:
- Add icons to your Tiles
- Add an image
- Customize the size
- Customize Tile colors
- Add Special Effects
NOTE: For more ways to design your Tiles Design Element, check out our Demos Library. From there, you can copy any template and paste it into your page.
- How to Customize the Tiles Design Element in Live Mode
- How to Customize the Tiles Design Element in Grid Mode
- Introduction to Button Design Element