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SharePoint 2010 for Web Designers - Part 4, Branding

Course Summary

This course covers how to design the structure and the look and feel of a publishing site in SharePoint 2010. You will learn how to create the taxonomy of a publishing site by adding child sites and publishing pages. You will also learn how to upload and

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    Course Syllabus

    ● Designing a Publishing Site
        ◦ Introduction
        ◦ Introduction to Publishing Sites
        ◦ Getting Around in a new Publishing Portal
        ◦ Publishing Site Taxonomy
        ◦ Creating a Taxonomy using Child Sites
        ◦ Adding Publishing Pages
        ◦ Creating and Approving Publishing Pages
        ◦ Configuring a Custom Master Page
        ◦ Uploading and Configuring Master Pages
        ◦ Customizing Navigation
        ◦ Configuring Navigation
    ● Designing Page Layouts
        ◦ Introduction
        ◦ Page Layouts Overview
        ◦ Examining the Out-of-box Page Layouts
        ◦ Site Columns and Content Types
        ◦ Creating Site Columns and Content Types
        ◦ Creating a Page Layout with SPD
        ◦ Creating a Designing Page Layouts
        ◦ Configuring Page Layouts and Site Templates
        ◦ Configuring the Page Layouts for a Site
        ◦ Web Parts
        ◦ Adding Web Part Zones to a Page Layout


Course Fee:
USD 29

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1 - 4 hours / week

This course is listed under Cloud Computing , Data & Information Management and E-Commerce Community

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