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Customize Your Site Definition to Protect Your Future file

  Asked By: Jameson    Date: Jan 09    Category: Sharepoint    Views: 906

I would like the downloadable files for STS2 as would others
who have read the article. Although the reader comments at the end of
the article are asking for the location of these files, there has been
no response. Unless we are all missing it, the files are not on the
site as indicated in the article. If we are missing it, please provide
some guidance to help us locate them. If they are not on the site,
where can we get the files?

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4 Answers Found

 
Answer #1    Answered By: Brooks Bond     Answered On: Jan 09

“Custom Site Definition” is a free download at mindsharp.com in the premium content section.

 
Answer #2    Answered By: Gregg Wilkinson     Answered On: Jan 09

I need to search documents in a document library. The
search needs to be done on metadata(stored as column
in doc library).

How can i achieve this.
any help  is appreciated

 
Answer #3    Answered By: Darrel Sexton     Answered On: Jan 09

I sent them to Advisor when I wrote the article  and have told them twice
that the links are broken but for some reason their Web site  links
continue to fail. You can download the files  from the Premium Content
area of the http://Mindsharp.com site.

I can't give the exact link as I'm offline right now. Let me know if
that doesn't get you the files that you need and I'll give more granular
step-by-step instructions.

 
Answer #4    Answered By: Tory Sellers     Answered On: Jan 09

in my downloadable  example I include all the modified pages that
optionally handle an alternate header. This required an edit to every
direct-mode page in the custom site  definition (which is why I include
it in the downloadable version - to save you the time). So, every page
includes server-side script to accommodate an alternate header. This is
not a problem in my ghosted-only pages shop. But, if any page in these
custom site definitions were to become unghosted, the entire page would
fail.

In the article  I explain (although perhaps without enough vigor) that I
do not like the alternate header. This is one of the reasons why. There
are step by step instructions in the article that walk you thru how to
create your own custom site definition  sans the alternate header.

 
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