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SharePoint as a Web CMS
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SharePoint as a Web CMS

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An overview of using Microsoft SharePoint as a Web CMS by Adam Cogan at the Sydney Business & Technology User Group (SBTUG) annual CMS Smackdown.

An overview of using Microsoft SharePoint as a Web CMS by Adam Cogan at the Sydney Business & Technology User Group (SBTUG) annual CMS Smackdown.

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    • 1. SharePointThe Jonah Lomu of CMS
      Adam Cogan
      Chief Architect at SSW
      Microsoft Regional Director
      @AdamCogan
      Delivering Awesome Web Applications
    • 2. Pre-Requisites
      Out of Box, or
      Platform
      Content Editors
      Power Users eg.
      Developers eg.
      Designers
      Hosting
    • 3. Agenda
      Why SharePoint?
      Why companies want SharePoint’s Web Content Management?
      Take a look at the SharePoint Team
      Requirements
      Alternatives
    • 4. Chief Architect at SSW
      Developing custom solutions for businesses across a range of industries such as Government, banking, insurance
      Microsoft Gold Partner
      Microsoft Regional Director
      VSTS MVP
      @AdamCogan
      About Adam
    • 5.
    • 6. Nor are Content Management Systems
      There are plenty on the market
      The need for web publishing is not new
      Doesn’t suck
    • 7. ?
      So Why SharePoint?
    • 8. Scenario: Sprawling company with lots of departments
    • 9. Businesses make $ ...
      Why companies want SharePoint’s Web Content Management
    • 10. A: Windows (and AD) Integrated
    • 11. SharePoint – managing groups
    • 12. B: Already using it on intranet
    • 13. C: Rich editing experience
    • 14. Someone has stuff checked out...
      D: Presence stuff is awesome
    • 15. "Hey Joe, can you check in Welcome.aspx"
    • 16. Help. I introduced a bug
      E: Publishing
    • 17. Remove IT’s workload / crankiness
    • 18. F: Workflow is greatCreate the workflow in Office SharePoint Designer 2007
    • 19. F: Workflow is greatWorkflow in Office SharePoint Designer 2010
    • 20. F: Workflow is great3rd Party: Workflow in Nintex
    • 21. F: Workflow is great3rd party: Workflow in K2 Blackpearl
    • 22. Kick it off in SharePoint
    • 23. G: Customize with .NET
    • 24. H: Already sold – it’s the future
    • 25. March 2008 “US$1billion-dollar business with 100 million licenses sold, and growth of more than 50 percent in the second quarter of the current fiscal year”
      http://www.microsoft.com/presspass/features/2008/mar08/03-02SharePoint.mspx
      I: Microsoft’s #1 selling server product
    • 26. J: All the other things
    • 27. J: All the other things
    • 28. So... Let’s look at a SharePoint team
    • 29. A SharePoint team – introducing the people involved
    • 30. A SharePoint team – introducing the people involved
    • 31. Initially (planning and configuration stage)
    • 32. Followed by... (development stage)
    • 33. ... And once it’s up (content stage)
    • 34. Overall PSDs – “concept mockup” (Wakefield)
      Slice into HTML and Images - “HTML mockup”
      Make the CSS files for the HTML – “HTML styling”
      Give back to the developer
      Style Tip: the designer's job must be defined
    • 35. Working together is important otherwise:
      Avoid Designer vs Developer
      Designers like it to be perfect, so their designs have the presentation intended
      If they are working they are more understanding and you avoid
      e.g. It is not perfectly centred
      e.g. This pixel is out of alignment
      e.g. Colours are not right... this is 1 shade off due to compression
      ...the designer's job must be defined (cont)
    • 36. Q: How do you get our great resultBy avoiding dealing with this
      At Work ...
      (A SharePoint public sites needs focus)
      TheResult
    • 37. BEFORE: .psd
    • 38. AFTER: Live Website
    • 39. BEFORE: .psd
    • 40. AFTER: Live Website
    • 41. an added bonus…
    • 42.
    • 43.
    • 44. SEO – Nice URL, nice title tag
      Clipboard functionality like in Word
      Copy-Paste Images
      Ribbon bars with easy formatting (h1, h2, h3 etc)
      Key Requirements
    • 45. Nice HTML
      No Word-inserted CSS!
      ...
      Key Requirements
    • 46.
    • 47. Ordering by ‘category’
      Not date
      ...
      Key Requirements
    • 48. Comments
      Can group KB article in multiple categories
      Publishing/Approval Workflow
      Sort by rating and popularity
      Image handling
      ie. renaming
      ...
      “Nice to have” requirements
    • 49. Create a standard Team Site in SharePoint Foundation
      Create a Wiki Library
    • 50. This will take you into Rich Text Edit Mode for editing page.
    • 51. Rich Text Editor - Blog
    • 52. Rich Text Editor - Wiki
    • 53. Apply styles to text
      Spell check your content (sux)
      Insert and format tables
      Embed graphics or video
      The Rich Text Editor
    • 54. Spell check not as good as word
      Need to manually check it
      http://www.ssw.com.au/ssw/Standards/Rules/RulesToBetterTechnicalDocumentation.aspx#WordSpellingAndGrammarChecker
      The Rich Text Editor
    • 55. But...
      Done!
    • 56. Layout is ugly
    • 57. RTE (Rich Text Editor) CSS classes
      ...
      Identify CSS classes
    • 58. format .ms-rteElement
      How styles/themes work
      If you have no site them applied to a site (default – no theme)
      CSS files are resident in the 14 hive (SharePoint 2010)
      Once you apply a theme the CSS files are auto-propagated to themes folder of the site and you can modify the CSS form here
      How do you customize...
      Identify CSS classes
    • 59. Verdict on Comments
    • 60. SharePoint 2010 Wiki’s don’t have a commenting system
      SharePoint 2010 Blogs have an ordinary commenting system (no threading, no spam detection etc)
      Suggestion to Microsoft: built in web part to add one of the main 3rd party commenting systems:
      www.Disqus.com
      www.IntenseDebate.com
      www.aboutecho.com
      How could Microsoft solve this... (two ways)
      How to Solve the comment problem
    • 61. Option 1
    • 62. Option 2
    • 63. SEO marketers want to stuff different keywords into the:
      Page Name,
      Page Title,
      URL and
      Meta Description Problem.
      SharePoint 2010 Wiki’s assumes the same text in first 3 and offers no way of editing the ‘Meta Description’ tag.
      This is an incorrect assumption and should be fixed in SP1 (if Microsoft wants to get it used in the CMS world). http://www.ssw.com.au/ssw/Standards/BetterSoftwareSuggestions/SharePointTeamServices.aspx#WikiSEO
      ...
      SEO – Page Name, Page Title, URL and Meta Description Problem
      Keep these 2 the same
      Let me change the URL
    • 64. Alternatives
    • 65. ?
      Alternatives
    • 66. WordPress
      Wiki – Screwturn Wiki
      SharePoint Wiki
      SharePoint Blog
      ...
      Alternatives
    • 67. WordPress
    • 68. WordPress
      Nice URLs
      LiveWriter
      Wiki (over Blog)
      Minimal Customization - Need to add a view (not sorted by date)
      PHP
      User Experience is consistent with intranet
      Rating System
      Integrated Authentication
      Found using SharePoint search
      3/9
    • 69. Wiki – Screwturn Wiki
    • 70. Screwturn Wiki
      Nice URLs
      LiveWriter
      Wiki (over Blog)
      Minimal Customization - Need to add a view (not sorted by date)
      .NET
      User Experience is consistent with intranet
      Rating System
      Integrated Authentication
      Found using SharePoint search
      5/9
    • 71. SharePoint Blog
    • 72. SharePoint Blog
      Nice URLs
      LiveWriter
      Wiki (over Blog)
      Minimal Customization - Need to add a view (not sorted by date)
      .NET
      User Experience is consistent with intranet
      Rating System
      Integrated Authentication
      Found using SharePoint search
      5/9
    • 73. SharePoint Wiki
    • 74. SharePoint Wiki
      Nice URLs
      LiveWriter
      Wiki (over Blog)
      Minimal Customization - Need to add a view (not sorted by date)
      .NET
      User Experience is consistent with intranet
      Rating System ?
      Integrated Authentication
      Found using SharePoint search
      8/9
    • 75. SharePoint Wiki!
      Winner is...
    • 76. Summary
      Why SharePoint?
      Why companies want SharePoint’s Web Content Management?
      Take a look at the SharePoint Team
      Requirements
      Alternatives
    • 77. Thank You!
      Sydney | Melbourne | Brisbane | Adelaide
      info@ssw.com.auwww.ssw.com.au

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