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  • OFC216 Using the Web Content Management Features of Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 to Build Great Looking Sites Arpan Shah Group Product Manager Microsoft Corporation Bob German Technology Architect Microsoft Corporation
  • Session Objectives and Key Takeaways
    • Session Objectives:
      • Provide overview of web content management functionality in Office SharePoint Server 2007
      • Demo out-of-the-box functionality
    • Overview
    • Branding
    • Authoring
    • Content Deployment
      • OFC323 @ 5:30pm today in 205ABC
  • Agenda
    • The Web Content Management Challenge
    • Branding
      • Master Pages, Page Layouts, Navigation
    • Authoring
      • Versioning
      • Roles and Workflow
      • Site variations and Multi-lingual Sites
      • Format Conversions
      • Workflow
    • Microsoft SharePoint Advantage
      • Web Parts, List benefits
  • The Web Content Management Challenge
    • Manage complex interactions among contributors
    • Enforce business rules
    • Content re-use
    • Branding
    • Simple to find and retrieve content
    Web Server(s) inbound syndication outbound syndication Web Server(s) authors editors approvers developers designers Development / Staging Deployment consumer
  • Web Content Management ABCs
  • Single Infrastructure for Intranet, Internet, and Extranet Portals Team Division Enterprise Extranet Internet Individual
  • Basic Web Authoring and Publishing
  • Site Structure
    • Web presence is a hierarchy of Windows SharePoint Server (WSS) “Sites”
      • Sites are analogous to Microsoft SharePoint Portal Server (SPS) “areas” or Microsoft Content Manager Server (MCMS) “channels”
      • The hierarchy defines URL and Navigation structure
    • Each site has a library for Pages
      • Pages are analogous to MCMS “postings”
      • Pages are rendered by Page Layouts (analogous to MCMS “templates”)
      • Pages can be branded using Master Pages
    Site Page library Home Products A Prod B Prod About Us Services News Contact
  • Navigation
    • Rich out-of-the-box Navigation
      • Dynamic navigation based on site hierarchy
      • Includes webs, pages and authored links
      • Navigation links trimmed based on security, workflow state and publishing schedule
      • User configurable (hide sites, add links)
      • Can be styled with CSS
    • Extensible
      • Built on the ASP.NET 2.0 Navigation Provider Model
      • Build or use other custom navigation
  • Page Rendering
    • A typical page render
    • Welcome.aspx page is requested
    • Page layout associated with page is retrieved
    • Master page associated with site is retrieved
    • Controls in page layout render content from page’s fields into the page
    Inherited from Microsoft Windows SharePoint Services Field Control Field Control Field Control Field Control Field Control Field Control
    • Versioning
    • Check-in and out
    • Content types
    • Access control
    • Workflow
    • 2 Stage Undelete
    • Link Fix-up
    • etc.
    http://foo.com/bar/pages/welcome.aspx
  • Branding and Chrome
    • Web Pages in Microsoft Office SharePoint Server
      • ASP.NET 2.0 master pages are used to control look and feel of the Web site
      • There are two types of pages in a portal site
        • Content pages
        • Customer application pages
        • SharePoint Application Pages
          • Forms pages
          • _layouts pages
      • Can apply different master page for each type
    • Alternate CSS setting allows for CSS overrides independent of master page used
  • What Goes in a Master Page?
    • Navigation
    • Logos
    • Search box
    • Login control
    • Editing controls
    • CSS references
    • Any server control or markup
    <SharePoint:HighlightMenu …> <PublishingNavigation: PortalSiteMapDataSource …> <SPSWC: RightBodySectionSearchBox …> <link rel=“stylesheet” …> <IMG …> <asp:LoginStatus …> <SharePoint:SiteActions …>
  • Page Layouts
    • Page layouts provide the template for rendering
      • Reference a master page for global navigation and chrome
      • Define what can be authored in the page
        • Field controls
        • Web parts
        • Web part zones
      • Define how much control the author has over page content’s look and feel
        • Turning on restrictions on field controls
        • Wrapping controls in CSS classes
    • Can have many layouts per content type
  • Building and Branding a Site
  • Web-based Page Authoring
    • Page content authoring in context of the site
    • Menu-based Web authoring
    • Out-of-the-box set of content controls
    • DHTML control
      • DHTML-based editor with spell checking
      • Table editing with configurable styles
      • Reusable HTML Fragments
    • Image control with asset picker
    • Attachment/Link control with asset picker
  • Content Re-use – Editing Time HTML contents embedded with fragment URLs HTML field: Body Page item HTML editor + picker 2 HTML fragments HTML fragments Text only fragments Reusable content list List item edit form 1
  • Smart Client Authoring
    • Server-side conversion of Word and InfoPath documents into Web pages
    • Configurable process
    • Pluggable converter model
    Settings (per CT) Converters Docx XML XSN
  • Advanced Authoring Experience
  • Controlling The Process
    • Pages support standard WSS governance features
      • Check-in/checkout
      • Drafts and major versions
      • Workflow, Content Approval
    • Integrated with a customizable workflow system
      • Out-of-the-box approval and review workflows
      • Control the process while an item is waiting for approval
    • Publishing schedules
    • Content Deployment
  • Workflow
    • Configurable out-of-the-box Workflow templates
      • Serial and Parallel
    • Can apply to a Pages Library
    • Built on Windows Workflow Foundation
      • Developers can build and deploy workflow components
    • Tasks
      • Show up in specific Task list
      • Aggregated in Outlook 2007
      • Aggregated in Microsoft Office SharePoint Server Web Part
      • E-mail
  • Site Management Tool
    • “ Explorer-like” Web-based tool for SharePoint
    • Arrange Site Content and Structure
    • Run reports to gain visibility into site content
    • Understand the relationships between items
  • Multilingual sites
    • Common pattern
      • Parallel sites in multiple languages
      • In concept, they are localized mirrors
      • In reality, there are exceptions and customizations for different regions
    • Modeled as variations
      • Admin creates multiple labels
      • System creates and maintains parallel versions of containers and items
      • Exceptions are allowed
    • Not just for language translations
      • Multilingual sites, multi-device sites, and multi-branded sites
  • Variations
    • Manage related content between the source site and the targeted sites
      • Designate source and target sites with variation labels
      • Auto-creates target sites and pages
      • Propagate pages from source to target sites upon approval
      • Source and target pages can have different look and feel and independent publishing process
    Page JP New Page Go Live! translate New Page approve Page Variation Labels: EN Site JP EN Site Page Approval
  • Variations
    • Source and target are loosely coupled
      • Pages always share a content type
        • Can use different layouts
      • Pages can be at different versions/levels
        • Separate approval
      • Can be moved around (within limits)
      • Target pages start with source page content, but can diverge
        • That is, target page can be sent out for translation
    • Automatic and Manual modes
    • “ Flag control” for choosing variation while browsing
  • Controlling the Process: Site Management and Variations
  • SharePoint Advantage
    • Inherited from WSS
      • Framework and Storage
      • RSS Feeds
      • Single Item Security
      • Single Item restore
      • Security Trimming
    • Take advantage of other SharePoint Server features
      • Integrated Search
      • Targeting
      • Other Web Parts
      • Business Data Catalog
  • The SharePoint Advantage
  • Resources Technical Chats and Webcasts http://www.microsoft.com/communities/chats/ default.mspx http://www.microsoft.com/ usa/webcasts/default.asp Microsoft Learning and Certification http://www.microsoft.com/learning/ default.mspx MSDN & TechNet http://microsoft.com/ msdn http://microsoft.com/ technet Virtual Labs http://www.microsoft.com/ technet/traincert/virtuallab/rms.mspx Newsgroups http://communities2.microsoft.com/ communities/newsgroups/en-us/ default.aspx Technical Community Sites http://www.microsoft.com/communities/ default.mspx User Groups http://www.microsoft.com/communities/ usergroups/default.mspx
  • The 2007 Microsoft Office System Clients. Servers. Solutions. Install Beta 2 today! It’s in your attendee bag Learn more at the Office System TLC Demo Stations / Hands-on-Labs / Chalk-talks Get more information http://www.microsoft.com/office/preview/default.mspx http:// msdn.microsoft.com /office/ Talk Lab Demo
  • © 2006 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. Microsoft, Windows, Windows Vista and other product names are or may be registered trademarks and/or trademarks in the U.S. and/or other countries. The information herein is for informational purposes only and represents the current view of Microsoft Corporation as of the date of this presentation. Because Microsoft must respond to changing market conditions, it should not be interpreted to be a commitment on the part of Microsoft, and Microsoft cannot guarantee the accuracy of any information provided after the date of this presentation. MICROSOFT MAKES NO WARRANTIES, EXPRESS, IMPLIED OR STATUTORY, AS TO THE INFORMATION IN THIS PRESENTATION.