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Tagprefix="SharePoint" tag at the start of the master page to find the correct assembly and namespace. In this case, that would be Microsoft.SharePoint.WebControls in Microsoft.SharePoint.dll.
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Your first clues come from the child tags of the SiteActions tag, specifically the FeatureMenuTemplate tag. The tag is responsible for creating the menu. You will explore how it does this in a few moments, but first let s look at its child elements, as shown in Figure 5-3.
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Figure 5-3. SiteActions and its children
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You will quickly discover that the child MenuItemTemplate tags match the choices of the Site Actions menu, so there s no big surprise there. Those MenuItemTemplate tags have power, however, so you should take note of a few useful attributes. A really cool feature is the incredible control you have to filter which menu items are displayed. Specifically, using the attributes of a MenuItemTemplate, you can narrow down who gets to see a given item based on a wide array of filtering options. Note that some of the filtering attributes here are optional; if you do not set a filtering attribute, then the default value, specified for each attribute in the following text, is used. First notice the PermissionsString and PermissionMode attributes. These attributes specify the permissions a user must have in order for the menu item to appear. The PermissionsString attribute holds one or more comma-separated string values that state which permissions the user needs. These values come from the SPBasePermissions enumeration. I could give you a complete list of all those values, but the official documentation does a great job, so I see no reason to just copy and paste that information here. Here are a few examples to show you what kind of permissions you could use (refer to the official documentation on MSDN at http://www.understandingsharepoint.com/url/10026, or search for SPBasePermissions in the SDK to get the complete list): AddAndCustomizePages ApproveItems CreateAlerts DeleteListItems ManageLists
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ManageWeb Open ViewPages PermissionMode defines how these permissions should be evaluated; it can be either All to signify that a user needs every permission listed in the PermissionsString attribute or Any to signify that any permission is sufficient. If PermissionMode is not set, All is used as the default. You can further refine the permission requirements using the PermissionContext attribute. By setting this value, you specify to which SharePoint objects or contexts the required permissions should apply. For instance, you can combine the Permissions string Open with the PermissionContext attribute set to RootSite to show a menu item only if the user has Open permissions on the site collection s root web. The possible PermissionContext values are CurrentFolder, CurrentItem, CurrentList, CurrentSite, and RootSite. If PermissionContext is not set, CurrentSite is the default value. In addition to user permission requirements, you can also filter menu items based on which features are activated; you just use the RequiredFeatures attribute to do this. For instance, if you have a feature to send an email from the current page, you can put a link to that page in a FeatureMenuTemplate element, such as the Site Settings menu, only if that feature has been activated. That way, you re not putting invalid links in the menu, and the link will automatically be removed if the feature is deactivated. Then you have the AuthenticationRestrictions attribute, which can be set to either AllUsers, AnonymousUsersOnly, or AuthenticatedUsersOnly to specify which authentication method a user should use to see the menu item. That way, you can prevent a menu item from being shown to anonymous users or to authenticated users. For instance, you may want to hide a Log In to This Site menu item from authenticated users or hide a Log Out from This Site menu item from anonymous users. The final filtering attribute I will mention here is the PageModes attribute. You can set this to Design, Normal, and All to filter when the menu item should be displayed. For example, you might want an Edit This Page link to appear only if you are in the Normal viewing mode of a page but not if you are already in the Design/Edit viewing mode. Most of the other attributes of MenuItemTemplate are quite self-explanatory, but a few attributes require a bit more explanation. The MenuGroupId attribute groups items together on the menu. To illustrate this, take a look at the Site Actions menu of the Meeting Workspace in Figure 5-2. The last two menu items, Add Pages and Manage Pages, are part of their own MenuGroupId, in this case 200, while the remaining and default menu items are part of the 100 MenuGroupId. These numbers are just arbitrary integers, by the way, but the groups do appear in numerical order. The Sequence number of the MenuItemTemplate defines the order within the MenuGroupId in which items should appear. Again, this is just an arbitrary number, but menu items do appear in ascending order. Note that a menu item with Sequence set to 1 but part of MenuGroupId 200 will still appear after a menu item with sequence 5 that is part of MenuGroupId 100. In other words, the MenuGroupId attribute has priority over the Sequence attribute.
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