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Astute readers may have noticed that we skipped the NavBarHome attribute. You are right. If you are thinking about setting the NavBarHome attribute to a different page than default.aspx in order to create a cool new page at a different address, save yourself some frustration because it will not work. The documentation states that NavBarHome should be set to True on the file that should be linked to in the Home tab of the top navigation, but it doesn t work. In fact, the Home tab is hard-coded to be set to either default.htm or default.aspx, in that order. If neither exists, no Home tab will appear. These two names are hard-coded in the SQL statements that input fields in the WelcomeNames table of the SharePoint content database. The only way to add new names or modify the order is to modify the WelcomeNames table in the database. So, how do tools such as SharePoint Designer know how to set page as home page when you rightclick on a file They don t; they just assume that your home page is called default.aspx and rename the file to that. To make matters even worse, the WelcomeNames table is shared across the entire content database, including all site collections in the web application. Modifying the WelcomeNames table will affect all sites within a web application. Don t do that.
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As I mentioned earlier, the File element can also have subelements. These are all optional, and some work only with web part pages. Since working with web parts is such an important aspect of SharePoint user experience development, I want you to fully understand how these subelements work. There is a whole separate section on working with web parts in site definitions later, called Working with Web Parts in a Site Definition. The knowledge gained from that section is applicable to many other situations, so although you think you may never add web parts in a site definition, read the section. Oh, but you re not getting away from the other subelements either. You will now look briefly at the NavBarPage and Properties elements. NavBarPage is one of the elements that causes quite a bit of confusion in online forums, so I will explain here how the element actually works. The element has three attributes: Id, Name, and Position. The documentation from Microsoft states, at least at the time of this writing, that Id refers to the ID of the page. Rubbish, I say! Rubbish! The Id attribute actually refers to the nav bars defined in the site definition, not the page. The top link nav bar has an Id attribute of 1002, meaning that if you want to add a link from the file to the top link nav bar, you set the Id attribute of NavBarPage to 1002. If you want to add the link to the Lists nav bar in the QuickLaunch menu, that Id attribute is 1003. If you create your own nav bars, and you will do that later, then you add your own nav bar s Id attribute. It s as simple as that. The Name attribute is the name of the link, for instance Home, so no big mysteries there. The Position attribute is also quite simple in theory, but it doesn t quite work as expected, or at all, for that matter. The MSDN and SDK documentation state that Position is simply an ordering number that goes from 1000 (the first position; can also be substituted by Start) to 2000 (or End). Take a look at the following code for an example of how to use NavBarPage to set multiple links to the same page: <!-- Link to Home (default.aspx) as the first (leftmost) link in top navbar --> <NavBarPage Name="First" ID="1002" Position="Start" /> <!-- Extra link to Home as the last link in top navbar --> <NavBarPage Name="Last" ID="1002" Position="End" /> <!-- Extra link to default.aspx as the second link in top navbar --> <NavBarPage Name="Second" ID="1002" Position="1002" /> <!-- Link to default.aspx as the last (bottom) link in Lists in quicklaunch --> <NavBarPage Name="List last" ID="1003" Position="End" /> <!-- Link to default.aspx as the middle link in Lists in quicklaunch --> <NavBarPage Name="List middle" ID="1003" Position="1001" /> <!-- Link to default.aspx as the first (top) link in Lists in quicklaunch --> <NavBarPage Name="List first" ID="1003" Position="Start" /> Now, wouldn t it be nice if the order of the links in the top bar would be First, Second, Last And if the links in the lists section of the QuickLaunch menu would be List First, List Middle, and List Last Turns out, it won t, at least not from this code. The Position attribute does not behave as you would expect. The End position refers to the last element at the time the NavBarPage element is created. In the previous example, End refers to the first element after Start when it is created. You can use the Properties element of a file to set custom properties on the file, such as columns if you re storing the file in a library.
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