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Migration: Sharepoint Home Page

  Asked By: Loren    Date: Mar 29    Category: Sharepoint    Views: 12681

Hi everyone, we are migrating from SPS 2001 to 2003. In SPS 2001, we
used to have a simple .htm start page that people could click and it
would then take them into the sps portal site (after authenticating).
I want to be able to do the same with the new version. That is, if my
portal address was http://intranet.sample.com, it would first go to
a .htm page from which you can get to the portal by clicking a link.



1 Answer Found

Answer #1    Answered By: Dusty Houston     Answered On: Mar 29

The Default.aspx page  is created by SharePoint when the site is provisioned.
Using FrontPage 2003, you can create a Default.htm file in the root of your
SharePoint site. Put whatever content you like on this page including a link
to the Default.aspx page. However, the .htm file will be stored in the
SharePoint database, not on the hard drive. IIS is setup by default to
display a Default.htm, if it exists, before a Default.aspx. The home  link in
the Top Nav of your Site should still work because SharePoint uses a fully
qualified URL rather than just a slash to represent home.

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