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To solve this problem, Microsoft has added a method called feature stapling. In essence, this functionality allows you to add, or staple as it is called, a feature to a site definition. This is very useful in some scenarios, especially when you want to abide by the rules of not modifying a site definition after a site has been created from the definition. Feature stapling allows you to bypass this problem by not modifying the site definition but rather appending to it. To staple a feature, you add a FeatureSiteTemplateAssociation element to an elements file of a feature. The FeatureSiteTemplateAssociation has two attributes: Id is the ID of the feature to staple, and TemplateName is the name of the template, for instance, STS#0 or MYSiteDefinition#1. Here s an example: <FeatureSiteTemplateAssociation TemplateName="STS#0" Id="3a79daf8-c5a2-4320-9915-c0df53a10742"/> Now, whenever you create a new site from the STS#0 definition, the feature with Id 3a79daf8-c5a2-4320-9915-c0df53a10742 gets stapled to the site. This is particularly useful when sites are created automatically, such as when creating a new Meeting Workspace while adding a new calendar event. There is one very important thing to know about feature stapling. Feature stapling works when provisioning a site but not on sites that have already been provisioned. So if you create a new Team Site before you staple your fancy new feature to the Team Site template, then your existing Team Site will not get the new feature automatically. You can still activate the feature manually, though. There really isn t too much more to say about feature stapling except a few tips.
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You can have a FeatureActivated event handler on the stapled feature and have code executed Tip whenever a site gets created. That way, you can effectively have complete control over the site creation without ever touching the original site definition.
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You can also staple a feature to the global site definition to activate a feature on any new site, Tip
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Have you ever tried to customize the application pages interface If you have mucked around in application.master, you have already broken your supportability. If you search the Web, you will find a lot of creative solutions for handling design on application pages, including adding a custom HTTP module to intercept the page request runtime and change the application page. Sadly, none of these options is supported.
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Note The term application pages refer to pages that reside in the _layouts directory site settings,
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The problem is that there is only one supported method for modifying the appearance of application pages, and that method is themes. When you set a theme for a site, you also set the theme for the application pages. This is great to some level but hardly satisfying when what you want to have is complete control over your management pages. Using themes is basically just adding another CSS file to the mix. However, CSS deals only with style and visual elements, so you are out of luck if you want to actually focus on the user experience rather than the user interface. Or are you The fact that Microsoft does not support the editing of any of its files does not prevent you from doing exactly what you want to your own files. Adding files to the [12]\TEMPLATE\LAYOUTS directory is both supported and encouraged as long as you do not overwrite any of the default files. So, if you want to have your very own custom application pages, just create your own page. In fact, you can even copy Microsoft s pages and modify the copies to create exactly the management experience you like. We will explore creating custom application management pages in 14.
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