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  Asked By: Justin    Date: Dec 18    Category: Sharepoint    Views: 1558

I'm new to Sharepoint 2003 but an old pro at 2001. I've added new
"Areas and SubAreas" to Sharepoint but when I go into the Areas I've
created, they are empty, only showing if there are SubAreas. I've also
added lists and document library to these areas but I hate how they are
under the Manage Content instead of listed on the Areas page. What is
everyone out there putting on the Areas pages?



9 Answers Found

Answer #1    Answered By: Liana Alston     Answered On: Dec 18

To get your lists and document libraries to appear, you need to add the
corresponding web parts. A new web part will automatically be added to the
gallery for each, and you just need to drag-and-drop them on the page. Edit
Page on the left nav -> Modify Page in the upper right -> Add Web Parts ->

Answer #2    Answered By: Daamodar Kolhe     Answered On: Dec 18

each Area/Sub Area is a WebPart Page
that can host WebParts. Each list(including document and form libraries)
has an associated WebPart. These actually "repeat" the information from
the list. You can click on the title bar and it will link you to the
list pages. Not only can you add these list WebParts you can add other
WebParts including WebParts you build with VS.Net. This is how you can
integrate other applications and data. Once you get into design mode you
will be able to see the WebPart Zones which can contain a number of

Answer #3    Answered By: Emerson Franks     Answered On: Dec 18

Finally, you can alter the Site Definitions (XML files) which configures the
default Web Part Page when the Area (a.k.a. Site) is created.
E.g. you could put the Web Part showing content from the Document Library in the
top Web Part Zone.

See the SDK/documentation for details on how to do this.

Answer #4    Answered By: Ned Storm     Answered On: Dec 18

I don't have a Modify Page in the upper right but I do on sites. Is
something setup wrong where I'm not seeing that on the Areas pages?

Answer #5    Answered By: Myron Calhoun     Answered On: Dec 18

Please check the attachment to view the Modify webpart
page option in Sharepoint portal sites, Hope this will
be of some help.

Answer #6    Answered By: Rena William     Answered On: Dec 18

if you are using portal there should be a edit page link in the
bottom left . Clicking this will give you the modify shared page in the
upper right.

Answer #7    Answered By: Shanda Nolan     Answered On: Dec 18

I have a basic question; please excuse if it sounds silly.

In which situation do I have to use SharePoint Portal Server 2003,
whereas I can create top-level web-sites and sub-sites simply through
Windows SharePoint Services itself. Please advise so that I can start
off in the right direction.

Answer #8    Answered By: Bailey Lewis     Answered On: Dec 18

The general idea is SPS is a portal and WSS is collaboration. If you are
looking to present information to a large audience and allow them to categorize,
search, and target content on the portal and other source then use SPS. If you
are looking for a way to facilitate collaboration then use WSS.

Answer #9    Answered By: Quentin Cummings     Answered On: Dec 18

I've one question to you.
I've made many test on the creation of portals and single sites
(virtual server stand alone).
Now, I would erase portals but I'm afraid to cancel also single
Could you help me ?

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