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this is using SharePoint Designer, but that will customize the page (read more about customization below). If you add a Web Part to the page using the web interface to a zone, the editors of that page can move, customize, or even delete the Web Part, but you ll allow the page to stay in its original state (if it wasn t already customized).
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To allow inline code in your site page, you have to edit the web.config file of the web application to lower the security. Do so by adding a new PageParserPath element to the PageParserPaths element like this:
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<PageParserPath VirtualPath="/Library/*" CompilationMode="Always" AllowServerSideScript="true" IncludeSubFolders="true" />
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Where VirtualPath is the path to the document library or site where you put your site page. Once you do this, anyone can upload their own code to be executed in the virtual path, so be advised. Enabling inline server-side code isn t a good practice and you should use this approach only for testing and development purposes.
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The site pages are stored, just like the Web Part customizations, in the content database of your SharePoint instance. Compared with the application pages, you don t have to care about replicating changes between the SharePoint servers because the file resides in the database. This is true in most cases. SharePoint has a mechanism called page customization, previously referred to as ghosting. This technique allows you to store the template of the site page on the disk ( ghost ) and the database keeps a reference to the file on the disk instead. When you customize the page ( unghost ), data is added to the content database and the reference points to the database instead of the file system. The page customization makes SharePoint perform better because it doesn t have to keep a copy in the database for all provisioned pages only the ones that the user explicitly customized. For example, the editform.aspx file for a contacts list uses the version stored on the disk for all contacts lists in the farm (unless the page is customized) and saves you a lot of database space and performance. Any updates to a file in the file system will immediately be visible for all noncustomized contacts list edit forms (for example, when you need to make some changes or when you apply a SharePoint service pack). You shouldn t modify a site page residing in the file system of the SharePoint frontend web servers because it s difficult to determine if and where this file has been customized and it will likely be difficult to get support if it breaks. Another disadvantage of editing files directly in the file system is that they might be overwritten when you update or upgrade SharePoint.
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Master pages A master page is the foundation of any page in SharePoint ASP.NET sites. A master page defines the basic layout, structure, and functionality of pages and contains placeholders where the pages can host their content. Each time a page is requested by a user, the page is created by replacing the placeholders in the master page with the content from the page, which merges the master page with the requested page. SharePoint 2010 mainly uses one master page, called v4.master, compared with the previous SharePoint version, which had a separate master page for application pages. You can edit master pages or provide your own, but that s a completely different topic. The default master page is located in the SharePoint root under the TEMPLATE\GLOBAL folder.
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SharePoint 2010 contains a completely new master page to support the new user interface and web browser compatibility. If you ve invested heavily in the SharePoint 2007 UI and want to upgrade your site, it s good to know that the old master pages are still provided with the SharePoint 2010 upgrade and you can at any time select the interface you want to use: the old one or the brand-new one. Note that, once you switch from the 2007 interface to version 2010, you can t go back.
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