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MenuGroupId is not the same as GroupId. I ll explain GroupId in a moment.
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MenuItemTemplate has two attributes for handling the actual clicks on the menu item: ClientOnClickNavigateUrl and ClientOnClickScript. The ClientOnClickNavigateUrl attribute simply sets the URL to which the click will lead, while ClientOnClickScript contains a JavaScript call. The important thing here is to not use both attributes in the same MenuItemTemplate. If you do, as shown in Figure 5-4, only the attribute defined first will work. So if you need to have a JavaScript function called first and then have the user navigate to a URL, you must handle the URL navigation in script code.
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Figure 5-4. Conflicting ClientOnClick attributes
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You may be asking yourself why I m spending so much time explaining the intricate details of a simple item in the Site Actions menu. The reason for this will become clear in a few moments, and it may even be one of those aha! moments for you. It was for me, at least; your mileage may vary. The FeatureMenuTemplate tag wraps the four Site Actions menu items to create the Site Actions menu, but it also does far more than that. Two attributes are important: the Location attribute and the GroupId attribute. Combined, these two attributes define which menu to show: <SharePoint:FeatureMenuTemplate runat="server" FeatureScope="Site" Location="Microsoft.SharePoint.StandardMenu" GroupId="SiteActions"
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UseShortId="true" > The important thing to note here is that the two values are actually completely arbitrary string values despite looking like they may actually be connected to a namespace. You can create your own FeatureMenuTemplate element using whatever values you like. Take a look at the following sample code: <SharePoint:FeatureMenuTemplate runat="server" FeatureScope="Site" Location="Microsoft.SharePoint.MyStandardMenu" GroupId="CustomSiteActions" UseShortId="true" > If you replace the FeatureMenuTemplate of default.master with the previous code, your site settings will work just like before at least until you want to add some menu items. We will get to that really soon, I promise. Why are there two values, and how are they different Both are grouping mechanisms that work quite similarly. They are usually used in unison to group similar menus. Hold on what do you mean by group similar menus I thought we were talking about the Site Actions menu Ah, yes, it is time to show you why the FeatureMenuTemplate together with the MenuItemTemplate are so important to the user experience. Ladies and gentlemen, I give you Figure 5-5!
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Figure 5-5. Section from welcome.ascx
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What you see before you is a part of welcome.ascx, or the personal actions menu. As you can see, that menu is also based on the FeatureMenuTemplate but differs from the Site Actions menu in the GroupId attribute. And, if you should happen to stumble upon an open DefaultTemplates.ascx file, scroll down to line 1795 to discover another FeatureMenuTemplate, inside the ToolbarActionsMenu template, as shown in Figure 5-6.
Figure 5-6. Section from DefaultTemplates.ascx There are plenty of similar examples, so you should be beginning to see a pattern here. Quite a lot of menus in SharePoint are actually created using a FeatureMenuTemplate. Not all are, but many are. Knowing that FeatureMenuTemplate contains MenuItemTemplate and that MenuItemTemplate can be highly targeted and context sensitive, you can now see how many menus behave and look differently depending on which user sees the menu. Why is there no Settings menu in a list when a user does not have the Manage Lists permission It s simply because the items on the menu, in this case GroupId SettingsMenu and Location Microsoft.SharePoint. StandardMenu, all have the Permissions attribute set to ManageLists.
Note This is also how the Site Settings page shows only the links to which you have the proper
permissions. I will get to that shortly.
However, all this information does not give you any information about how to create your own menu items, because you cannot actually modify any of these FeatureMenuTemplate tags to add more actions, right Remember the disclaimer about modifying default SharePoint files If you modify the files, you break your supportability. There must be another way to manipulate menu items. Enter CustomAction .
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