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 additional thinking, and discuss some of our “off…

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Customizing Content Query RSS feeds

One of the great features of the Content Query web part is that, once you configure it and have it showing the content that you want, you can have it emit an RSS feed of the same content.  So, if you have a Content Query web part showing the latest news articles published on the…

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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 Management and the Default Features ·         Customizing…

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Configuring and Customizing the Content Query Web Part

Hi everyone, George Perantatos here.  Last time I posted on this blog, I discussed how Smart Client Authoring can be used to convert documents into web pages.  This time I want to switch gears a bit and talk about how you can aggregate content from various places in your web site and present it all…

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