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Figure 14-7. Custom column for page links I realize this looks horrible, so let s modify our elements.xml file a bit to put our custom link in the Galleries column instead. 4. (Optional) Modify your elements file as such: <Elements xmlns="http://schemas.microsoft.com/sharepoint/"> <CustomAction Id="MyCustomSiteAction" GroupId="Galleries" Sequence="22" Location="Microsoft.SharePoint.SiteSettings" Rights="ManageWeb" Title="Content Type hierarchy" > <UrlAction Url="_layouts/ContentTypeHierarchy.aspx"/> </CustomAction> </Elements> Your content type hierarchy should now be moved to the Galleries column, just below the Site content types link. Check out Figure 14-8 if you don t believe me.
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Figure 14-8. Told you! I think that s it!
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You may ask yourself how I knew about the GroupId and Sequence values. Go ahead, ask yourself. No answer I ll provide one for you. Look in the [12]\TEMPLATE\FEATURES\SiteSettings folder, specifically in the SiteSettings.xml file. Inside you will find all the links on the Site Settings page. Just search for the CustomAction tag with Id="ManageCType", and you have your answer. If you need a refresher, check out 5 for the details on CustomAction.
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Well, at least it is the last page of this chapter. And, since this chapter was about pages well, you get the pun. Anyway, we ve explored a few different methods for page creation in SharePoint. You should consider this an introduction, however, because the topic is a massive one, and your possibilities are endless. Needless to say (but I ll say it anyway), custom page creation is a very powerful user experience feature. I d encourage you to experiment and keep exploring, but I may have mentioned this a few times already. We still have one more chapter to go, in which we will wrap up everything into a single site definition. We will create a site definition, dabble with the site navigation, and explore methods to improve our site creation. Oh, and the killer won t be revealed on this last page. There will be another. I love these little teasers .
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ow we are nearing the end of our empire building, but there are still important tasks to accomplish. We want to wrap all our hard work into a complete SharePoint solution that can be used to set up a complete SharePoint site, including all the custom fields, list templates, lists, content types, and pages we have developed. Unlike certain MMORPGs I play, however, the end game in this book is far from lacking. We still have more tasks to accomplish, such as adding our own custom navigation and ensuring that everything is set up as expected. Oh, and our story takes a strange turn later, so read on.
Mission Statement
In this chapter, we will create our final pieces of our puzzle and put those pieces together to form a new site. We will create a basic site definition and then add the pieces we have created. We will then add navigation and explore how we can create navigation options that fit our needs.
Creating the Site Definition
After reading 3, you may know that I am biased toward using features for most of our functionality deployment. Let s take that notion to the extreme by removing any superfluous functionality from our site definition.
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Exercise 15-1. Creating a Bare-Bones Site Definition
In this exercise, you will create a site definition containing only what is absolutely required to get the site running. 1. In your Solution Explorer, under the 12\TEMPLATE folder, add a new folder corresponding to the four-digit LCID of your language. The LCID defines for which language the site definition will be created. These LCIDs correspond to the language packs you have installed, so check the [12]\TEMPLATE folder to see which language pack LCIDs are installed. For English, the LCID is 1033. I will be using 1033. 2. In the 1033 folder, create a new folder called XML. 3. In the XML folder, add a new XML file, and call it something like webtempEmpireTimes.xml. The important thing about the file name is that it must start with the string webtemp and must end in .xml. In the previous step, you can change EmpireTimes to whatever you like as long as you adhere to the other two naming rules.
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