- Introduction to Branding SharePoint Publishing Sites
- SharePoint Sites Are ASP.NET 2.0 Applications
- Site Content Is Not Branding
- Deployment Options for Branding Files
Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 publishing sites are commonly used as the external face for companies and organizations. As the online presence, SharePoint publishing sites should employ a consistent appearance (“look and feel”) to make navigation and discovery of information as easy as possible for users. Implementing a brand for a site, however, presents challenges. There are various implementation options, and each has advantages and disadvantages. However, it does not make sense for all projects to adopt the same process and technique.
This article explores what a publishing site project team should consider when planning how to implement a brand within Office SharePoint Server 2007. While many of this article’s concepts and issues address Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 sites, this article focuses exclusively on Office SharePoint Server 2007 publishing sites.