SharePoint Config

Ari Bakker's thoughts on customising and configuring SharePoint

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Relative URLs in SharePoint

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If you are referencing resources such as style sheets, images, JavaScript etc in a SharePoint environment you need to be careful to ensure that URLs are relative to the current site (or site collection) so that if sites are moved the references don’t break. For example if you are referencing a style sheet from a master page in a publishing site you will probably want the link to be relative to the site collection so that sites below the root still reference the style sheets at the top level. Continue reading Relative URLs in SharePoint »

Written by Ari Bakker

September 19th, 2007 at 11:37 am

Minimal SharePoint Master Page

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Master pages provide a great platform for branding custom SharePoint sites. By default, however, the master pages included with WSS and MOSS sites include a lot of unnecessary mark-up. This worked fine for most of the site but I found when I used this for the system pages (think viewing document libraries, editing list items…) things started to break. Continue reading Minimal SharePoint Master Page »

Written by Ari Bakker

April 30th, 2007 at 9:28 am