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SharePoint 2007 Web Development


For those web developers new to ASP.NET and SharePoint Web Customization.  This course addresses aspects of design such as applying alternate page layouts, creating and styling new pages, modifying site navigation, and external data integration and custom workflows. After taking this course, students will understand the difference between using SharePoint Designer 2007 and in-browser tools, including what is achievable with each tool and how and when to use those tools to effect SharePoint site customization. The course also factors in Web site design concepts that focus on creating user-centric SharePoint sites.  

Audience Profile

The primary audiences for this course are Web designers, administrators, and developers who use and work with Office SharePoint Server 2007 and want to learn how to customize SharePoint sites. These include Web Developers, Webmasters, and Power-users with web development experience.

At Course Completion

After completing this course, students will:

  • Have the knowledge and skills necessary to complete branding projects and make functional customizations to Windows SharePoint Services v3 and Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007.
  • Understand the extent of customizations available using in-browser tool and learn the advantages of using SharePoint Designer 2007 to further enhance SharePoint site customization such as changing master pages and creating multiple-step workflows.
  • Understand how SharePoint Designer 2007 can help with administrative tasks such as backing up and restoring sites to alternate locations.

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Prior to taking this course, students should have a general knowledge of Web site design and methodologies. They should also be familiar with SharePoint from an end user or administrative point of view. An understanding of ASP.NET 2.0 master pages and cascading style sheets is helpful, but not required.  You should have basic CSS, XML, and HTML, and an understanding of SharePoint basics.  An understanding of C# and .NET programming IS REQUIRED.

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