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Today I once again would like to talk about one of my favorite web parts in SharePoint – the News Web Part. Specifically, I want to explain the News post pages that are created as a result of this web part and draw a comparison with the regular SharePoint page. SharePoint Page Let’s start with the easier one. The SharePoint page allows… keep reading >
The arrival of the modern SharePoint pages has really simplified the editing process for SharePoint sites. It has now become straightforward to edit pages, add text and web parts. It is something your mother can do now without needing to have a Ph.D. in SharePoint. I demonstrated previously how easy it is to build a page. However, what that also means is… keep reading >
One thing I particularly like about SharePoint and most Microsoft products is that there are multiple ways to do the same thing. The ability to copy or replicate SharePoint pages is no exception. There could be various reasons why you need to copy a page. Maybe you want to replicate the beautiful design or layout you already have, or perhaps you are… keep reading >
When my clients ask me to define SharePoint, I always describe it as a one-stop-shop for any content within an organization. True to its name, it does that in a very spectacular fashion. However, it is not restricted to just the content and information created and managed directly in SharePoint. You can also bring in content from other (external) web pages as… keep reading >
If you created new pages in your SharePoint site, some might be so wonderful and great looking, they become a great candidate for being THE homepage. But how do you make your new and sexy page the homepage? This post will explain this. What is a Site homepage? A homepage is the default page of a site. It is a default page… keep reading >
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