For those of you that I have confused in the past, my deepest apologies. I posted something some time ago about the Content Query Web Part (CQWP) and I need to clarify that the web part is a MOSS feature and is not available in WSS sites that are hosted on a server that only has WSS v3 installed. Continue reading CQWP: It is a MOSS feature!
MOSS 2007 sites can display drop down menus in the tabbed navigation across the top. Unfortunately there is not an easy check box to activate this functionality, instead things just have to be set up the right way. If you want your MOSS site to show drop down menus, make sure the following is true or walk through the following steps: Continue reading SharePoint Tip: How to Activate the Drop Down Menu in MOSS Sites
Over the last few months I have heard a lot of confusion and question about if a site should use a master page or a theme. In this post I am going to go through some basic pros and cons and information to help you make a better decision as to how to brand your SharePoint 2007 site. Continue reading Master Pages vs. Themes: Which Do You Choose?
WSS v2 made use of Themes, a package of CSS and images that changed the look, or skin, of a WSS site. New with MOSS 2007, Themes can also be used for MOSS sites as well as WSS v3. Continue reading SharePoint Tip: How to specify a Theme
I often come across confusion around branding options and navigation customizations for WSS v3 sites. One of the first questions I ask is if the WSS v3 site is on a server with only WSS v3 installed, or is it on a server where MOSS 2007 has also been installed. This often adds to the confusion. Continue reading SharePoint Tip: How to tell if your WSS site is on a WSS only install of SharePoint