Just a friendly reminder that I’ll be presenting an MSDN Webcast on Friday, Thursday, December 21, 2006 that will cover WCM from the perspective for site developers and designers. This Webcast was originally scheduled for November 17th, but [I had to reschedule at the last minute]/blog/NOTICE-Todays-webcast-on-WCM-for-developers-and-designers-is-being-rescheduled). This will be the third and final of a three-part series of WCM webcasts I’m hosting with MSDN. The other two (WCM for Content Owners and Authors [OCT-3] & WCM for Site Admins & Owners [OCT-10]) cover other aspects of WCM for different audiences.
Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 Web Content Management for Developers and Designers
The Web Content Management (WCM) technology in the upcoming 2007 version of Microsoft Office SharePoint Server (MOSS) represents the first major release of Microsoft Content Management Server (MCMS) since 2002. This webcast looks at developer and designer oriented tasks in WCM such as creating field controls, creating and customizing master pages and page layouts. In addition, we’ll look at how you can customize the HTML Editor and Page Edit Toolbar and enforce rules on your authors such as allowing only certain styles within specific field controls. We’ll also cover what tools you’ll use and when to use them in developing your WCM sites, such as Visual Studio 2005 and SharePoint Designer 2007.comments powered by Disqus