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Leslee Sheu Senior Production Artist at e.magination
ASP.NET and MOSS Master Pages, HTML, CSS
October 2008 Entries
MOSS UI Tutorial Downloads
Here are some supplimentary files for the MOSS UI Tutorial series that I recently posted. (The tutorial screencast posts begin here.) Here are the Base Master Page and Base CSS File developed by e.magination for use in MOSS websites. Here are the HTML Template files (an HTML file, CSS file, and images) used for the Demo site in the screencast series. I have updated the individual screencast posts with links to the PDF files that go with each post. Each PDF file contains the slides used for that chapter ......

Posted On Wednesday, October 22, 2008 4:16 PM

MOSS UI Tutorial: Part 10
CSS Variations in a MOSS Website Part 10 discusses some bonus tips for applying CSS variations in MOSS, by using the Page Layout method or the Subsite method. Here is a PDF file of the slides featured in this screencast ......

Posted On Wednesday, October 15, 2008 12:55 PM

MOSS UI Tutorial: Part 9
Tips for Styling the Navigation Control Part 9 demonstrates some tips for how to style the menu control in MOSS. Here is a PDF file of the slides featured in this screencast ......

Posted On Wednesday, October 15, 2008 12:48 PM

MOSS UI Tutorial: Part 8
Creating a New Web Page Part 8 demonstrates how to create a new page from the custom Page Layout in MOSS. Here is a PDF file of the slides featured in this screencast ......

Posted On Wednesday, October 15, 2008 12:46 PM

MOSS UI Tutorial: Part 7
Assigning the Master Page and CSS File Part 7 demonstrates how to assign the custom Master Page and custom CSS file in MOSS. Here is a PDF file of the slides featured in this screencast ......

Posted On Wednesday, October 15, 2008 12:44 PM

MOSS UI Tutorial: Part 6
Creating a Custom Page Layout Part 6 demonstrates how to create a custom page layout, and how to add field controls and web part zones to the page layout in SharePoint Designer. Here is a PDF file of the slides featured in this screencast ......

Posted On Wednesday, October 15, 2008 12:43 PM

MOSS UI Tutorial: Part 5
Using the Base Master Page to Create a Custom Master Page Part 5 demonstrates how to create a custom Master Page in MOSS, using the base Master Page created by e.magination. Here is a PDF file of the slides featured in this screencast ......

Posted On Wednesday, October 15, 2008 12:41 PM

MOSS UI Tutorial: Part 4
Base Master Page Code Overview Part 4 gives an overview of the base Master Page that was created by e.magination for use in MOSS websites. Here is a PDF file of the slides featured in this screencast ......

Posted On Wednesday, October 15, 2008 12:33 PM

MOSS UI Tutorial: Part 3
Prepping the Files in SharePoint Designer Part 3 demonstrates how to prep the custom design asset files in SharePoint Designer. Here is a PDF file of the slides featured in this screencast ......

Posted On Wednesday, October 15, 2008 12:32 PM

MOSS UI Tutorial: Part 2
Prepping HTML/CSS Templates for MOSS Part 2 demonstrates how to prep local HTML templates for MOSS. It also examines the base CSS file created by e.magination for MOSS websites. Here is a PDF file of the slides featured in this screencast ......

Posted On Wednesday, October 15, 2008 12:06 PM

MOSS UI Tutorial: Part 1
Applying Custom Visual Design to a MOSS Website Using Master Pages and CSS This 10-part instructional series assumes that the trainee is proficient in HTML, CSS, and .NET Master Pages. The trainee should be comfortable working directly with the code (instead of using design view) in various applications. UPDATE: The base Master Page file and base CSS file are available HERE. The HTML Template example is available HERE. I will also update each chapter post with the corresponding supplimentary PDF ......

Posted On Wednesday, October 15, 2008 11:59 AM

Welcome
Thanks for visiting my blog. I am currently the Senior Production Artist at e.magination in Baltimore, MD. When we started working on MOSS websites in 2007, many of our clients wanted to use MOSS for its CMS capabilities in their branded websites. We had to figure out how to make a MOSS website look like our client's website design, which in every case looked nothing like the default MOSS or SharePoint design! Over the course of 2007 we came up with a base Master Page to use in MOSS, which helped ......

Posted On Wednesday, October 15, 2008 11:13 AM

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