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Sharepoint Designer 2010 - Customizing and Branding SharePoint 2010365

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Sharepoint Designer 2010 - Customizing and Branding SharePoint 2010365
This two to three-day instructor-led course provides students with the knowledge and skills to quickly make a SharePoint site their SharePoint Site. While focused on SharePoint Designer, this class covers SharePoint customization, in particular, customization that can be done without custom code or SharePoint server access. This includes browser based customization, SharePoint Designer customization and the Data View and Content Editor web parts. Topics include how to customize navigation, themes, and master pages and how to get a start on branding. Also covered are how do customize the display of lists and libraries and how to connect data external to your site. Note: This class does not cover workflows.
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Author: MAX Technical Training, Michael T Smith

Course Duration: 3 Days

SATV: Yes

About This Course

This three-day instructor-led course provides students with the knowledge and skills to quickly make a SharePoint site your SharePoint Site. While focused on SharePoint Designer, this class covers the SharePoint customization, in particular, customization that can be done without custom code or SharePoint server access. This includes browser based customization, SharePoint Designer customization, InfoPath form customization and the Data View and Content Editor web parts. Topics include how to customize navigation, themes, and master pages and how to get a start on branding. Also covered are how do customize the display of lists and libraries and how to connect data external to your site. Note: This class does not cover workflows.

Audience Profile

This course is intended for Site Owners and administrators who need to know how to use SharePoint Designer 2010 to customize SharePoint 2010 and SharePoint Online sites. This class is also for the graphics designer who needs to know the right ways to change SharePoint without breaking SharePoint. And, this class is for developers who don’t want to “reinvent the wheel” and need to know when SharePoint Designer should be used and when Visual Studio should be used. This class is an excellent prerequisite for formal branding classes.

At Course Completion

  • Choose the best tool to use for each type of customization (Designer? The Browser? InfoPath, Visual Studio?)
  • Use SharePoint Designer for site administration
  • Understand how HTML, CSS and JavaScript are used to deliver the SharePoint user interface
  • Know when to edit a web part, a page or a master page
  • Get started with branding a site
  • Use the Data View Web Part to create custom views and reports
  • Use the Content Editor Web Part to display formatted text and apply CSS and JavaScript to a page
  • Work with external data (Data View Web Part, RSS feeds, data from other SharePoint sites, BCS, External Lists)