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Five Ways to Make SharePoint Your Intranet Home
Five Ways to Make SharePoint Your Intranet Home
Five Ways to Make SharePoint Your Intranet Home
Five Ways to Make SharePoint Your Intranet Home
Five Ways to Make SharePoint Your Intranet Home
Five Ways to Make SharePoint Your Intranet Home
Five Ways to Make SharePoint Your Intranet Home
Five Ways to Make SharePoint Your Intranet Home
Five Ways to Make SharePoint Your Intranet Home
Five Ways to Make SharePoint Your Intranet Home
Five Ways to Make SharePoint Your Intranet Home
Five Ways to Make SharePoint Your Intranet Home
Five Ways to Make SharePoint Your Intranet Home
Five Ways to Make SharePoint Your Intranet Home
Five Ways to Make SharePoint Your Intranet Home
Five Ways to Make SharePoint Your Intranet Home
Five Ways to Make SharePoint Your Intranet Home
Five Ways to Make SharePoint Your Intranet Home
Five Ways to Make SharePoint Your Intranet Home
Five Ways to Make SharePoint Your Intranet Home
Five Ways to Make SharePoint Your Intranet Home
Five Ways to Make SharePoint Your Intranet Home
Five Ways to Make SharePoint Your Intranet Home
Five Ways to Make SharePoint Your Intranet Home
Five Ways to Make SharePoint Your Intranet Home
Five Ways to Make SharePoint Your Intranet Home
Five Ways to Make SharePoint Your Intranet Home
Five Ways to Make SharePoint Your Intranet Home
Five Ways to Make SharePoint Your Intranet Home
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Five Ways to Make SharePoint Your Intranet Home

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SharePoint is a wonderful platform for delivering intranets. In this session you'll learn how to create content for the intranet and get users to go to SharePoint for their intranet home

SharePoint is a wonderful platform for delivering intranets. In this session you'll learn how to create content for the intranet and get users to go to SharePoint for their intranet home

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  • Web Part Pages minus structure and plus contentSimplified url syntax … [[ text ]] …Automatic creation of pagesQuestion: How does a Wiki make it easier to collaborate?Answer: Ease of linking and automatic creation of pages.
  • Consistency is key to help people consume information.Page Layouts are the way that consistency is enforced.Question: Where might a page layout be more appropriate than a wiki page?Answer: In a structured publishing situation where the consistency of the data is more important than the speed at which it can be added to the system.Need to emphasis why page layouts help?
  • Consider how Wiki pages and page instances are different.Wiki – Unstructured content anywherePage instance – Controlled metadata at specific points in the pageThink about navigation. We’ve settled that. Global navigation is across the top. Local navigation is on the left.What happens when you come to a site where this isn’t the case?Output can be regenerated when the page layout is changed.Question: Why do page instances make sense from a design perspective?Answer: Because the pages can be re-merged as soon as the page layout changes to adapt to a new layout, a new branding, or a new set of fields added to the page.
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    • 1. Five Ways to Make SharePoint Your Intranet Home Robert Bogue Shepherd@SharePointShepherd.com (317) 572-5310
    • 2. Who am I? • I’ve been making technology easier to understand for 22 years • I’ve helped dozens of clients implement SharePoint. • Certifiable technical skills
    • 3. Agenda • Themes • Pages • Managing the Home Page • SharePoint Add-Ons • Super Tips
    • 4. Themes
    • 5. What is a Theme? • A set of colors and fonts • Can be used inside of office applications – and SharePoint
    • 6. Creating Themes In PowerPoint 1 2 3 4 6 7 8 5
    • 7. Upload a Theme 2 1 3 4 5 6
    • 8. 4 Apply a Theme 2 1 3 5
    • 9. Demo: Create a Theme Demo: Upload the Theme Demo: Apply the Theme
    • 10. Pages
    • 11. Wiki Page • Definition • Unstructured content pages • Can include Web Parts • Hawaiian for “quick” • When to use • When you need to deliver unstructured content • When you need to deliver code and content seamlessly
    • 12. Page Layout • Definition • Web Content Management (WCM) feature • Used to ensure consistency across content • Mixed structured and unstructured content • When to Use • Create consistency across a large number of contributors • Plan for changes of content structure in the future
    • 13. Page Instance • Definition • Content + Page Layout • One page instance for each content Web page on your site • When to use • When you want to create content
    • 14. Comparing Wiki and Publishing Pages Wiki • Easier to get started (no preparation) • Difficult to maintain consistency over the long term • Difficult to transition the layout later Publishing • Requires work to get setup • Designed to maintain consistency • Easy to change display of content later
    • 15. Demo: Create a Page Demo: Create a Page Layout Demo: Changing a Page Layout
    • 16. Managing the Home Page
    • 17. How do I put content on the page? • On Publishing Pages • Field Controls • On a Wiki Page • Body Content • On a Web Part Page • Content Editor Web Part (ick!)
    • 18. What is a Web Part? • A piece of code that can be placed on a page by the administrator. • Can be used to do anything including • Executing a search • Issuing a Query • Displaying static content
    • 19. Demo: Add a Content Query Demo: Add a Twitter Feed
    • 20. SharePoint Add-ons
    • 21. What is a SharePoint Solution? • A .WSP file that contains XML and sometimes compiled code to be run • Can be scoped at a farm or site collection level • Site collection solutions are called Sandboxed solutions
    • 22. User Code Host • Sandboxed Solutions with compiled code require that the user code host service be running. • They represent no threat to the health of SharePoint – but SharePoint is frequently not configured correctly.
    • 23. JavaScript and the CEWP • CEWP = Content Editor Web Part • JavaScript – One bad apple spoils the whole bunch
    • 24. Super Tips
    • 25. Something is Broken • Nothing in the site works • Try _layouts/settings.aspx • Check the master page • The page is broken • Try adding ?Contents=1 • Can’t add a web part • Try adding ?ToolPaneView=2
    • 26. Remove Menus and Embed • Add ?IsDlg=1 to remove header and menus • Use the resulting page in the page viewer web part to create embedded views
    • 27. Demo: CEWP Good Use Demo: Page Viewer
    • 28. Free Stuff • SharePoint Security Overview • Project Type/Risk Matrix • XSLT for Twitter • XSLT for Blog
    • 29. Thank You Robert L Bogue Shepherd@SharePointShepherd.com (317) 572-5310

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