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I have been working really, really hard to come up with a somewhat useful scenario for this functionality, but frankly, I can t. Actually, it was rather useful in the old version of SharePoint, a.k.a. WSS 2 and SPS 2003, where AlternateHeader would replace the whole header of a page, but for some reason Microsoft chose to put the code to run AlternateHeader inside a control called TopNavBar.ascx. The only thing I can think of is using it if you create functionality that utilizes this attribute. For instance, you could mimic the TopNavBar.ascx functionality but expand the scope to include both regular pages and probably a wider area than just navigation. That way, you could use a single master page and customize the header by changing only the site definition. But then again, that would be a very corny way of accomplishing a rather trivial task. Not just that, but changing the site definition after any site has been created from that site definition is not supported, so this would be possible only when you first create your site definition. I vote to place AlternateHeader very high on the least useful list of SharePoint features. It may have been a great idea in theory, but it s definitely not so great in practice. CustomJSUrl, on the other hand, can be quite useful and should hold the URL of a JavaScript file. There is an ASP.NET tag that is present in all default master pages called CustomJSUrl that will render a script tag that adds the value of the CustomJSUrl attribute to the page. If you want to add custom JavaScript to a master page and use a site definition to control which script file should be used, then CustomJSUrl is the way to go.
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CustomJSUrl is not present in the wss.xsd file either, so it will not show up in IntelliSense. Oh,
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I have a strange hobby: I taunt designers. Now, it s not nasty bullying or anything bad like that; it s just some gentle encouragement that they should start doing actual development rather than drawing pretty pictures in Photoshop all the time. If I am unable to taunt my designer (or when they get fed up with my kind and loving suggestions), I turn to DisableWebDesignFeatures. DisableWebDesignFeatures allows you to specify several features that will be disabled when editing a site using tools such as SharePoint Designer. For instance, I can set DisableWebDesignFeatures to wdfopensite, which will give anyone trying to access the site with SharePoint Designer a nice message that they cannot gain access (see Figure 4-6). You can set various limitations, and you can set more than one at a time by separating each value with a semicolon. The names and documentation available from MSDN (http://www.understandingsharepoint.com/url/10027) or the SDK are quite good, so I will just refer you to those; however, note that this can be a very useful feature for users, perhaps more from a security perspective than from a user experience perspective.
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Figure 4-6. Taunting designers The ListDir attribute defines where new lists get created. Usually this is for lists for English sites, but the value is actually set from a resource value. In any case, this is of little relevance to the user experience, so you should just leave it as is. Just know that you could change it if you wanted. SiteLogoUrl sets the default logo used for new sites. You can always set this manually using the web interface later, but if you want a site to have a certain logo out of the box, then set this attribute to the URL of the image. You could also put the logo in the site definition itself and provision the image file using a module. For more on modules, be patient; I will get to them later in the chapter.
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Note I am getting a bit tired of repeating myself, but SiteLogoUrl is not in the wss.xsd file either.
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