Working with Web Part zones in SharePoint Designer 2007

Microsoft SharePoint Designer is a specialized HTML editor and web design freeware for creating or modifying Microsoft SharePoint sites and web pages.  SharePoint Designer features focuses on designing and customizing Microsoft SharePoint websites. What we can do with the SharePoint Designer : Creating/editing SharePoint Master Pages and site wide Cascading Style Sheets. Changing layout of SharePoint Pages and creating Data View Web Parts and…

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Introduction to SharePoint 2007

Microsoft SharePoint Server 2007 is a new server program that is part of the 2007 Microsoft Office system. This tool was developed to created a shared environment between users and allow them to share documents, reports, announcements, schedules, calendars, and other Microsoft Office files… History Of SharePoint This first version is called Windows SharePoint Services…

Creating SharePoint Applications with Visual Studio 2008 using WSPBuilder Extensions

WSPBuilder Extensions is the tool used to develop SharePoint applications using Visual Studio 2008. This tool made the development of SharePoint applications much easier, and stopped the manual deployment of the assemblies and manually creating the manifest.xml file. Using this tool, all you need is to build, deploy and run your SharePoint application via Visual Studio 2008. For…

MS SharePoint Designer makes life complicated or easy?!

Microsoft SharePoint designer 2007 is a tool supposes to be helpful when it comes to changing design of master pages and SharePoint web pages.  But yet there is always some bugs in the tools. If you open a SharePoint master page using SharePoint Designer (lets say the \12\Templates\Layouts\application.master), it will automatically change the paths of…

SharePoint List Management

Working with MOSS 2007 is simple and easy since you can create your own lists and manage them through SharePoint website settings. But when we start building a website under SharePoint, we need to manage and customize these lists from the code. I created a small website using Microsoft.SharePoint.dll, to manage SharePoint lists. I created…