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Opening ONET.XML in Visual Studio .NET immediately exposes the NavBars element because it is near the top of the file. Within the NavBars element you ll see a NavBar element for the top navigation area and a separate NavBar element for each of the five quick launch areas defined for the basic WSS site. You ll also notice that only the first NavBars element contains NavBarLink elements. This is because only the top navigation section has links defined. The quick launch areas do not have links until an associated web part is added to the site. Adding a new link to any NavBar is a simple matter of inserting a new NavBarLink element. You can insert the new link in either the top navigation area or in any of the quick launch areas. As an example, I added a link to the Apress web site to the top navigation bar in my site definition using the following code: <NavBarLink Name="Apress" Url="http://www.apress.com"></NavBarLink> While adding and removing specific links is straightforward, working with the quick launch areas can be a bit more challenging. As an example of customizing the quick launch areas, let s remove the Pictures, Discussions, and Surveys quick launch areas from our site definition. I have always found these particular elements to be of limited use in most business sites, so it makes good sense to remove them. This way, our sites will be created with only the Documents and Lists quick links. Instead of modifying ONET.XML, hiding the quick launch areas requires modifications to the home page for the site. The definition for the site home page can be found in the default.aspx file located in the site definition folder. If you open this file in Visual Studio .NET, you can locate the quick launch HTML code in a section marked by the comment <!-- Navigation -->. Listing 1-4 shows the HTML that generates the quick launch area for Picture Libraries.
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Listing 1-4. The Navigation Section <TR> <TD class="ms-navheader"><A HREF="_layouts/<%=System.Threading.Thread.CurrentThread.CurrentUICulture.LCID%> /viewlsts.aspx BaseType=1&ListTemplate=109">Pictures</A></TD></TR> <TR> <TD style="height: 6px"><!--webbot bot="Navigation" S-Btn-Nobr="FALSE" S-Type="sequence" S-Rendering="html" S-Orientation="Vertical" B-Include-Home="FALSE" B-Include-Up="FALSE" U-Page="sid:1005" S-Bar-Pfx= "<table border=0 cellpadding=4 cellspacing=0>" S-Bar-Sfx="</table>" S-Btn-Nml="<tr><td><table border=0 cellpadding=0 cellspacing=0><tr><td> <img src='_layouts/images/blank.gif' ID='100' alt='Icon' border=0>&nbsp;</td><td valign=top><a ID=onetleftnavbar#LABEL_ID# href='#URL#'>#LABEL#</td></tr></table></td></tr>" S-Target TAG="BODY" startspan --><SharePoint:Navigation LinkBarId="1005" runat="server"/> <!--webbot bot="Navigation" endspan --></TD></TR> Each quick launch area defined in the home page is represented by two rows in the HTML table. The first row defines the quick launch area and its associated link. The second row inserts the navigation bar onto the page. In order to completely remove the unwanted quick launch areas, these rows must be hidden. Listing 1-5 shows the final HTML for the Picture Library area with Style attributes added to the TR elements to hide the links.
Caution Don t try to delete any of the quick launch areas from ONET.XML or default.aspx. If you do,
the site will not render.
Listing 1-5. The Modified Navigation Section <TR style="visibility:hidden"> <TD class="ms-navheader"><A HREF="_layouts/<%=System.Threading.Thread.CurrentThread.CurrentUICulture.LCID%> /viewlsts.aspx BaseType=1&ListTemplate=109">Pictures</A></TD></TR> <TR style="visibility:hidden"> <TD style="height: 6px"><!--webbot bot="Navigation" S-Btn-Nobr="FALSE" S-Type="sequence" S-Rendering="html" S-Orientation="Vertical" B-Include-Home="FALSE" B-Include-Up="FALSE" U-Page="sid:1005" S-Bar-Pfx= "<table border=0 cellpadding=4 cellspacing=0>" S-Bar-Sfx="</table>" S-Btn-Nml="<tr><td><table border=0 cellpadding=0 cellspacing=0><tr><td> <img src='_layouts/images/blank.gif' ID='100' alt='Icon' border=0>&nbsp;</td><td valign=top><a ID=onetleftnavbar#LABEL_ID# href='#URL#'>#LABEL#</td></tr></table></td></tr>" S-Target TAG="BODY" startspan --><SharePoint:Navigation LinkBarId="1005" runat="server"/> <!--webbot bot="Navigation" endspan --></TD></TR>
CHAPTER 1 COLLABORATIVE APPLICATION MARKUP LANGUAGE
When the new site is created based on the modified template, the Pictures, Discussions, and Surveys quick launch areas are no longer visible. Interestingly, you can still select to add new picture libraries, discussions, or surveys to the quick launch area when you create them, but the links will never appear. I ll correct this problem later when we modify the list templates. Figure 1-4 shows the final site with the modifications.
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