Microsoft Office SharePoint Designer 2007 Bible (Bible Series) / Edition 1

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SharePoint Designer allows you to design your own collaborative systems and processes across your enterprises inside the SharePoint platform. This in-depth Bible takes you from the basics through advanced features of SharePoint Designer, from application development to ongoing management after the systems are in place. Written by a SharePoint Designer expert, this guide makes Designer accessible for newcomers but is also full of insight, tips, and techniques for veterans who want to improve their system designs and increase productivity.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780470386446
  • Publisher: Wiley
  • Publication date: 1/14/2009
  • Series: Bible Series, #541
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 600
  • Product dimensions: 7.30 (w) x 9.20 (h) x 1.40 (d)

Meet the Author

Vikram Kartik has been heavily engaged in providing support to Microsoft customers and partners by using FrontPage and SharePoint technologies through the Microsoft product support organization for the past six years. He began in FrontPage product support and now works as a support escalation engineer in the SharePoint escalation services at Microsoft.

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Table of Contents

About the Author.



Part I: Understanding the Technologies.

Chapter 1: Becoming Familiar with SharePoint Designer.

Chapter 2: Understanding Related Server Technologies.

Chapter 3: Exploring the Internals of Remote Authoring.

Part II: Developing Web Page Components 79

Chapter 4: Exploring the SharePoint Designer Environment.

Chapter 5: Working with Basic Web Page Components.

Chapter 6: Exploring the Design and Code Editing Features.

Chapter 7: Working with Graphics and Animation Components.

Part III: Implementing Components and Controls.

Chapter 8: Exploiting JavaScript and DHTML.

Chapter 9: Using FrontPage Legacy Components.

Chapter 10: Working with ASP.NET Controls.

Chapter 11: Using SharePoint Web Parts and Controls.

Part IV: Designing Web Sites.

Chapter 12: Exploiting Cascading Style Sheets and Themes.

Chapter 13: Implementing Master Pages and Page Layouts.

Chapter 14: Using Navigational Controls and Components.

Part V: Driving with Data.

Chapter 15: Managing Data Sources.

Chapter 16: Using ASP.NET Data Controls.

Chapter 17: Working with the Data Form Web Part.

Chapter 18: Creating Web Part Connections.

Part VI: Developing Workflows.

Chapter 19: Understanding Workflow Architecture.

Chapter 20: Creating Workflows with SharePoint Designer.

Chapter 21: Administrating Workflows.

Chapter 22: Developing Advanced Workflows.

Part VII: Managing and Publishing Web Sites.

Chapter 23: Managing Non-SharePoint Sites.

Chapter 24: Exploring SharePoint Site Management Features.

Chapter 25: Reporting for Web Sites.


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