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Taking It to the Next Level with SharePoint Designer

  • Bart McDonough
  • Dave Milner
  • Paul Stork

Abstract

You can do a lot to customize SharePoint online using just the web user interface (UI). But you inevitably run into the limitations when using just a web browser. To overcome these limitations, you need to move up to using SharePoint Designer (SPD) 2010. Development done in SPD is frequently called customization rather than {endevelopment} because the edits you make will be made using declarative statements instead of server-side compiled managed code assemblies. That’s why development in SPD is frequently referred to as {enno-code development} (even though you can still write code using HTML, XML, or client-side script).

Keywords

Site Collection Target Application Page Layout Cascade Style Sheets External Data Source 
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© Bart McDonough, Dave Milner, and Paul Stork 2012

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  • Bart McDonough
  • Dave Milner
  • Paul Stork

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