Ok - following this mornings post, Ive had a couple of questions about some of the webparts and solutions you can see in the screenies. People have also been asking what others I recommend.
Here we go, and of course - thanks go out to the people who write these...
1. My Documents (Salamander)
2. My Sites (Salamander)
3. SmartTools (CodePlex)
- What's New
- Enhanced Site Actions
- Copy Paste Action
- Dock Navigation
Thanks to the guys who PM'd me and commented on my last entry about our use of Sharepoint. Yes, I know I didnt post any screenies of it - and I will now be putting that right. There was a method in the madness though - I was in the middle of re-branding. Playing with the Master Pages and CSS to "de-Sharepoint" it a bit is fun! No really... it is!
Right... down to business, and to answer a few of the questions I have recieved in a general way. 1. Layout:
Updated 26th February 2009 at 09:41 PM by TheScarfedOne (Making the layout architecture a bit clearer - master/subsite relationship)
To quote some Marillion lyrics from their song 'White Russian'.
Where do we go from here, where do we go from here
The more I see, the more I hear, the more I find fewer answers
I close my mind, I shout it out but you know it's getting harder
To calm down, to reason out, to come to terms with what it's all about
I'm uptight, can't sleep at night, I can't pretend everything's all right
My ideals, my sanity, they seem to be deserting me
Updated 15th February 2009 at 07:52 PM by Dos_Box (To allow comments!)
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