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ith the overview of a site completed, you should have a better understanding of how all the pieces of a site fit together. Although you still have a long road ahead of you (and some really cool places to visit!), you ll now explore what you can do to modify the default user experience with and without ruining the supportability. (In short, this means that Microsoft Support will not help you if you get into trouble...as if they would anyway read more about this in the Disclaimer section.) In this chapter, you will look at several methods for customizing the default user experience. By no means exhaustive, the techniques you will learn here will make you a potent tool on any SharePoint team. The techniques you will look at here are MenuItemTemplate, CustomAction, control templates, feature stapling, custom application pages, and delegate controls. Each of these techniques may be powerful on its own, but when you combine them well, let s just say that nuclear explosions become like gentle whispers between oysters during a hurricane.
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Changing any file that comes with SharePoint will break your supportability. I briefly mentioned one exception in 4, which is that you can change the Hidden attribute of the default webtemp.xml file. If you modify any other file, though, you can no longer call Microsoft Support and expect them to help you. Actually, you can expect it as much as you like, but they will ask you to restore your original file, which sort of voids the whole point of modifying it. And, to make matters even worse, Microsoft can, with the release of any update that you choose to install, overwrite any file it wants to overwrite, at any time, without warning. This all seems to point in one direction: do not muck around in the default files. Now, I have been in this game long enough to know that saying this to a developer is like telling a kid
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to not look forward to Christmas. We developers grow and learn by taking things apart and seeing how they work, or do not work, when we try to put them back together. It is going against nature to tell a developer not to do something that looks the slightest bit fun. So, I will dispense with all the bovine manure and give you some advice instead.
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Muck around in the default files as much as you like. Do so in a lab or test environment, and do so Tip with vigor. Bomb your SharePoint installation to smithereens, tear down any site on which you can lay your hands, and try to see whether you can get it back together again. Just don t expect this to work in production, so explore from a learning perspective, not from a production perspective.
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In 4, specifically in Figure 4-1, you saw a fancy screenshot with a bunch of annotations that were like a map of the user interface. Figure 5-1 shows the relevant parts of that screenshot to save you from page-flipping madness.
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Figure 5-1. Site and personal actions Elements 4 and 5 are the Site Actions and personal actions menus, respectively. I will get to element 6 later. You may have noticed that the Site Actions menu changes with different site definitions, including the default Team Site and Meeting Workspace definitions (see Figure 5-2). And, if
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this can change based on what type of site definition you re using, there must be a way to modify that menu without breaking supportability.
Figure 5-2. Site Actions menu examples To modify the Site Actions menu, you should start by checking out the pages hosting the Site Actions menu to see how they get created. The Site Actions menu appears on every page, so it is safe to assume that it is defined in the master page rather than on individual pages. Let s open the default.master file that resides in the [12]\TEMPLATE\GLOBAL directory. You could explore plenty of tags in the default.master file, but I ll detail some of these later; for now, I ll direct your attention to line 152 in default.master, which is the line starting with a SharePoint:SiteActions tag. I m certain you can guess what that tag does, but you ll want to know how the tag works too.
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