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2nd SPS Vietnam from Tuan Nguyen

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  • Nice presentation. Let me introduce you Bind Tuning http://bindtuning.com a tool that comes to revolutionize the way how SharePoint sites are branded, with a lot of themes that are fully customizable you can give to the sharepoint site a unique design in just a few clicks.
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  • Themes are very useful and provide a more lightweight way to brand your SharePoint site. A theme can change the existing colors and images of a site, but not the layout of the elements in the site design.  A theme does not include any HTML or ASP.NET code, it is only a collection of image files and CSS files. The theme is applied on top of the site, replacing images and CSS styles in the site, essentially re-skinning the site. Themes can be used alone, or in conjunction with a custom master page.
  • Themes are very useful and provide a more lightweight way. A theme can change the existing colors and images of a site, but not the layout of the elements in the site design.  A theme does not include any HTML or ASP.NET code, it is only a collection of image files and CSS files. The theme is applied on top of the site, replacing images and CSS styles in the site, essentially re-skinning the site. Themes can be used alone, or in conjunction with a custom master page.Often a theme can handle your design changes for SharePoint. The web page layout for SharePoint uses the standard formula of header, main navigation across the top and a left navigation area. If your design includes the same layout, you may be able to create your design only with a theme. Themes can be used to alter a design to create different variations of a design for departments, divisions or regional sub sites.Themes affect all aspects of a site, including the application screens. 
  • If your design really deviates from the standard SharePoint look and feel, master pages are for you.  They allow for the most finite control over your page design.Multiple master pages can be created for various site needs, such as home splash screens, sub page designs, regional or divisional designs, etc.You can assign a master page to an entire site, or to a single page, and several options in between.  You have excellent control of where the master page is applied within your site.
  • When creating a brand for SharePoint, a key consideration is what pieces of SharePoint functionality will be supported by the design. A typical SharePoint page is made up of several controls and other pieces of functionality. Some of these functional controls are required in order for SharePoint to be used, but others are purely optional, based on your own project requirements.
  • Before starting any HTML web page, you first must decide which DOCTYPE will be used. A DOCTYPE is a piece of code that is declared at the top of a document that instructs browsers or other software to use a specific language to interpret the rest of the included code. If you haven’t heard of DOCTYPEs, you may be thinking that all browsers already understand HTML, so why the need to declare a DOCTYPE at the top? In fact, without any other intervention, an HTML page without a DOCTYPE is rendered by Internet Explorer in what’s known as Quirks mode. Quirks mode is similar to how IE 5.5 rendered pages, which can’t be a good thing; it was released ten years ago after all!

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