Summary


In this chapter, you've seen how the addition of WCM in SharePoint Server 2007 provides the capability of hosting high-volume content-centric Web sites on the SharePoint platform through the use of publishing sites created via the Publishing feature. Although a publishing site is just another type of SharePoint site, it has additional settings and features to facilitate the creation and management of content-centric sites. The chapter demonstrated the structure of a publishing site in WCM and how you can use the various document libraries and permissions unique to a publishing site to delegate tasks and responsibilities to different teams responsible for managing a content-centric site. Content authors are not limited to creating and editing pages in a browser interface. SharePoint Server 2007 has added the ability to author pages in Word 2007 and InfoPath 2007 and upload them to a publishing site for conversion to HTML pages.

You have also learned the differences between a publishing site and a typical SharePoint Server site. This chapter also demonstrated how you can configure your publishing site to reach a broad audience, targeting multiple devices and languages by using variations. And you learned how to improve the performance of your site by using various cache settings and capabilities.




Microsoft Office Sharepoint Server 2007 Administrator's Companion
MicrosoftВ® Office SharePointВ® Server 2007 Administrators Companion
ISBN: 0735622825
EAN: 2147483647
Year: 2004
Pages: 299

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