I have the pleasure of interacting with lots of people who work with SharePoint while delivering my courses and sessions at conferences. One thing consistently comes up when I talk to people: Their organization paid for SharePoint, but they aren’t using the publishing features within SharePoint. Ack! Continue reading Stand Up for Your Publishing Rights
Today I came across what I believe to be a shortcoming with MOSS 2007. There doesn’t appear to be a way to quickly unpublish a page through the user interface. When you go to the settings for a page, you can choose to unpublish the version of the page, but if there are multiple versions of the page, then you have to go through and manually unpublish each version. Continue reading Can’t unpublish a page? Not easily at least…
Anyone out there working with MOSS 2007 customization knows that a lot of checking in and out of files goes on to work with styles, master pages and page layouts. Every time you want to publish the file to the live site, you have to check in the file, approve the file, then publish it. A quick tip in case you don’t know, you can quickly Publish files in one step from the Site Content and Structure screen of your site. Continue reading SharePoint Tip: Check-in, Publish and Approve in One Step
Andrew Connell has put together a great resource for Web Content Management (WCM), which is the next generation of Content Management Server. He has organized articles, blog posts, downloads, docs and URLs into categories for quick and easy reference. Great job AC!