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  • Blog Post: Web Standards Design with SharePoint, Part 6

    In part 5 of this series , I showed how you can render semantic HTML for SharePoint list items (instead of the out-of-the-box table layout) using the new XsltListViewWebPart in SharePoint 2010. Note You can achieve similar results in Microsoft Office SharePoint Server (MOSS) 2007 using the DataViewWebPart...
  • Blog Post: Web Standards Design with SharePoint, Part 5 (a.k.a. Rendering Semantic HTML Using the XsltListViewWebPart)

    In part 4 of this series , I provided a sample SharePoint Server 2010 solution solution based on Dan Cederholm's Tugboat sample site (from his most recent book, Handcrafted CSS : More Bulletproof Web Design ). In that sample, however, all of the content on the home page of the site is rendered as...
  • Blog Post: Upgrading a Custom MOSS 2007 Solution to SharePoint Server 2010

    In yesterday's post , I provided a custom SharePoint Server 2010 solution based on Dan Cederholm's sample site for the fictitious Tugboat Coffee company (from his book Handcrafted CSS : More Bulletproof Web Design ). Since I had originally "ported" the Tugboat site to Microsoft Office SharePoint Server...
  • Blog Post: Web Standards Design with SharePoint, Part 4

    In part 2 of this series, I provided a sample Microsoft Office SharePoint Server (MOSS) 2007 solution based on Dan Cederholm's Tugboat sample site (from his most recent book, Handcrafted CSS : More Bulletproof Web Design ). Ever since then, I've been meaning to upgrade my sample to SharePoint Server...
  • Blog Post: Web Standards Design with SharePoint, Part 2

    In the first part of this series, I explained one approach for building Web sites in Microsoft Office SharePoint Server (MOSS) 2007 based on Web standards and the 960 Grid System . I had intended on following up with a sample solution based on a fictitious company (AdventureWorks Bicycles -- which should...
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