Building an online catalogue with SharePoint 2013

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SharePoint 2013 provides a number of enhancements in the areas of content management, keywords and taxonomies. In this session, we will explore how we can create an online catalogue and use term sets to guide your navigation through your content. This technique will allow you to create catalogues or knowledge base within a single site that aggregate content from across your farm.

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Building an online catalogue with SharePoint 2013

  1. 1. Building an online Catalogue James Milne CTO Myriad Technologies
  2. 2. Overview • • • • Search Driven Sites Catalogs & Cross Site Publishing Content Types Term Sets & Metadata Navigation
  3. 3. What is a Search Driven Site? • Navigation Driven by metadata • Content is the focus • Site Structure very simple How is this different? • 2 Publishing Pages • Friendly URLs • Content can be anywhere
  4. 4. Product Catalog Site template THE BICYCLE STORE
  5. 5. Catalog Architecture
  6. 6. Search Architecture External SharePoint Content Search Publishing Index
  7. 7. Product Catalog Template
  8. 8. Getting started.. DEMO CREATE THE SITE COLLECTION
  9. 9. Content Types & Site Columns • Content Types • Site Columns
  10. 10. Product Content Type
  11. 11. Product Content Type CUSTOMISE YOUR CONTENT TYPE
  12. 12. Term Set Settings
  13. 13. Term Set Navigation
  14. 14. Build your Navigation Term Set • Product Hierarchy
  15. 15. Term Set Demo Exploring the term sets
  16. 16. Products List
  17. 17. Catalog Settings..
  18. 18. Cross Site Publishing
  19. 19. Catalog Settings..
  20. 20. Demo
  21. 21. Display Templates • Many options OOTB • Create your own
  22. 22. Search Driven Content Web Parts
  23. 23. Questions? • Email: James.Milne@MyriadTech.com.au • Twitter: @JamesMilne

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