Simple User Interface Enhancement With the Content Editor

Sometimes we need to develop custom solutions or customize SharePoint sites using SharePoint designer. Examples might be when creating detailed user interface elements such as interfaces to complex business system via web parts or changing the styling or branding of a complete site by modifying master pages. At other times we just need to enhance the […]
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How Long is a Piece of SharePoint

A frequent type of question asked on SharePoint courses goes something like this – How big should my content database be or how many web applications or how many site collections per application, how many servers do I need etc, etc?  The answer of course is – It depends! You have to get the requirements and think […]
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Which .NET CMS to Use?

The question for today is – if I’m planning on implementing an ASP.NET Web CMS, which one should I choose? My company used to have its own custom .NET Web CMS, Mantranet. Mantranet was a good solution in its day – it was end-to-end AAA accessible, for one thing – but eventually it became a […]
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Wanna go cruising in my leather, steel and rubber machine?

I just received an email from a student asking me what stubbing in SharePoint was. She was quite concerned what it meant for her and what needed to be done. SharePoint stores all content, documents, images, etc. inside a database by default. Some database administrators are afraid of database growth and size so they look […]
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Why SharePoint?

About 5 years ago I saw SharePoint for the first time and it blew my mind. As a matter of fact it blew my mind so much that I changed the work that my company was doing and started focusing on SharePoint almost exclusively. Yet, as I go in to in to clients’ offices, I […]
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