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  Asked By: Mack    Date: Sep 16    Category: Sharepoint    Views: 939

I've seen a portal home page that appears to be resting on top of a
background with a shadow.

I have a picture of it here:


Of course, now that my boss has seen it, my stuff isn't good enough

What's the odds that some of you might be able to point of how they
did that or some of the other of these interface modifications are



4 Answers Found

Answer #1    Answered By: Kareem Flynn     Answered On: Sep 16

That was more than likely done in FrontPage. Editing your site in
FrontPage allows you to do some cool stuff, but it has its drawbacks,
like unghosting your site. This is a pretty broad topic (UI
customization), you can check out my resources page:

Or do you have any specific questions?

Answer #2    Answered By: Tyron Calderon     Answered On: Sep 16

I've used the GhostHunter web part. Would it reghost the page  after
I implemented these mods in FrontPage or would it be "unreghostable?"

Answer #3    Answered By: Irvin Foley     Answered On: Sep 16

Quite honestly I don't mess with FrontPage. I have unghosted pages for
small changes and used the GhostHunter web part to correct it after I
learned what unghosting was all about. I have never done a full scale
customization through FrontPage and then ran GhostHunter on it.

Answer #4    Answered By: Deonte Stein     Answered On: Sep 16

The changes that stick after you reghost an instance page  using a tool
like Maurice's Ghost Hunter Web Part will be the changes that are
represented as metadata in the database. This includes any changes to
the contents of a Web Zone and any changes to the contents of a Link

Be aware, the Ghost Hunter doesn't fully reghost a page. If that page is
used in a Custom Web Template, any Webs created using that template will
have an unghosted page.

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