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  • Blog Post: Web Authoring in SharePoint 2010

    Hi, my name is Kevin Reynolds and I’m a Program Manager on the SharePoint team. Today I will walk you through the process for creating the page above, from creating the page to having it go live on the internet. I will show you the enhanced Web Authoring experience in SharePoint 2010, including editing...
  • Blog Post: Publishing Sites: Field Controls or Web Parts... That is the Question!

    There isn't a week that goes by where I don't get an email asking me this very question. More often than not, its because someone has been using the Content Editor Web Part (CEWP) when they should have been using the Publishing HTML field type. This mistake typically goes unnoticed until a customer needs...
  • Blog Post: Building a real world extranet application with MOSS 2007 (Part 2 of 3)

    Introduction In the first installment of this blog series, we introduced the project and its requirements and started creating the basic site and content structure. In this installment, we’ll cover the customization and branding choices that we made, venture into the slightly gray areas that needed some...
  • Blog Post: More MOSS-based Internet corporate web presence sites go live

    The HedKandi website that was profiled here is indeed very cool, but most of you probably wouldn’t think of showing it to a CIO or a BDM/TDM as customer evidence or reference for SharePoint Server. J Now that we have RTM’d, there will be many more websites that will go live within the next few months...
  • Blog Post: Long awaited "Customizing and Branding SharePoint Sites" technotes are now published

    I recall reviewing a few months ago the following MSDN articles written by Patrick Tisseghem (a long time SharePoint MVP), and I’ve been waiting anxiously ever since to see them published: · Customizing and Branding Web Content Management-Enabled SharePoint Sites (Part 1 of 3): Understanding Web Content...
  • Blog Post: Building tylerbutler.com, Part 2: Building Content Types and Page Layouts

    Part 1 :: Part 2 :: Part 3 :: Part 4 :: Part 5 :: Part 6 This is part 2 of an ongoing series of posts about my experience building a custom site on top of Office SharePoint Server 2007. If you haven't yet read part 1 , I'd strongly suggest reading it first. In my last post, I discussed planning...
  • Blog Post: Building tylerbutler.com, Part 1: Planning and Basic Branding

    Part 1 :: Part 2 :: Part 3 :: Part 4 :: Part 5 :: Part 6 Hi everyone, I'm Tyler Butler. You may remember me from such exciting blog posts as Content Deployment or from presentations at the SharePoint Conference about CMS 2002 migration to MOSS 2007 or the MOM management packs for MOSS. I'm a Program...
  • Blog Post: Using the Minimal Master Page

    Hey, my name is Lincoln DeMaris and I’m a Program Manager working on Web Content Management features in Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007. Today I’m going to write a little about building master pages that work in a MOSS 2007 Publishing site. Building a master page is one of the most critical...
  • Blog Post: Moving from design to reality - building HedKandi.com in Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007

    As mentioned in my blog entry from a few weeks ago, cScape Ltd , a Microsoft Gold Partner, recently launched www.hedkandi.com for Ministry of Sound using Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007. I asked Ben Robb, Technical Lead on the project, to write the following guest blog entry, which outlines how...
  • Blog Post: A few public websites have already popped up on MOSS Beta 2

    Although the B2TR release of MOSS (along with the rest of the 2007 Office system) will be publicly availability within the next couple of weeks, a few public websites have already been implemented on MOSS Beta 2. Since Microsoft does not provide production support to any customers running Beta 2, I would...
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