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ustom page development is important to the user experience. After all, everything the user sees is a page, right So, if we are able to customize the pages, we have maximum control over the user interface. This chapter will work both with the EmpireTimes solution and with separate and standalone solutions. I ll show a range of options for creating pages, including pages that are not tied to any particular solution. So, without further ado, let s get started.
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In this chapter, we ll explore page construction in SharePoint. We will create two types of pages: an application page and a site page. We will also use two different methods for adding code to our pages, both using inline code and using a code-behind assembly. The application page will be a content type hierarchical list, while the site page will be a list of the categories we have put in our Categories list. Finally, we will use a custom action to add a link to the Site Settings page so that we get a link to the content type hierarchy application page. Sound good Let s go!
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SharePoint is nothing but a relatively standard ASP .NET solution. So, we should be able to create custom pages as much as we like. We need to consider a few things, however. First, SharePoint uses a common _layouts virtual directory that is mapped to the [12]\TEMPLATE\LAYOUTS folder. This virtual directory is shared between all sites in the entire farm, so it is a very useful place to put pages that are going to be used in all or most sites.
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If you want your page to be accessible only to a certain site or site collection, it makes sense to package the pages as a module and make that module part of a feature. That way, you can deploy or retract the page or pages on a site-by-site basis. Let s start with the latter and create a basic page for our Empire News web site.
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Exercise 14-1. Creating a Site Page
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In this exercise, you will add a custom page to the EmpireTimes solution. This page will just display the categories you ve created and any articles in that category. First you will set up the custom page framework just to make sure the page works. 1. In your EmpireTimes solution, add a new blank feature. No need for a receiver this time. Name the new feature something like TimesCategoryPage. I did, and you want to be like me, right Also, make the feature web scoped. 2. In the feature folder for TimesCategoryPage, add a new folder called CategoryPage. This folder will remain inside TimesCategoryPage when deployed, so naming is less important here. 3. In the CategoryPage folder, add a new text file, and name it categories.aspx. 4. In your elements file, add the following code: <Elements xmlns="http://schemas.microsoft.com/sharepoint/"> <Module Name="CategoryPage" Path="CategoryPage"> <File Url="categories.aspx"> </File> </Module> </Elements> This code will place our file in a module for deployment. The Path attribute refers to the folder inside TimesCategoryPage we just created. The File element s Url attribute tells SharePoint we want to place the file at the URL categories.aspx, which will be relative to the root of the site in which the feature is deployed. Also, the Url attribute doubles as the file name in this case. Refer to 4 for more information about modules. 5. In the categories.aspx page, add the following code: <%@ Assembly Name="Microsoft.SharePoint, Version=12.0.0.0, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=71e9bce111e9429c" %> <%@ Page Language="C#" MasterPageFile="~masterurl/default.master" Inherits="Microsoft.SharePoint.WebPartPages.WebPartPage" %> <asp:Content runat="server" ContentPlaceHolderID="PlaceHolderMain"> </asp:Content> This code simply adds the Microsoft.SharePoint namespace and declares that we are making a web part page that uses the default.master master page. We will explore the other classes from which you may inherit later in this chapter.
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