Project Element (Site)
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Serves as the top-level element in the Onet.xml file that contains a site definition for a new Web site based on Windows SharePoint Services.
<Project AlternateCSS = "Text" AlternateHeader = "Text" CustomJSUrl = "Text" DisableWebDesignFeatures = "Text" ListDir = "Text" Revision = "Integer" SiteLogoUrl = "Text" Title = "Text"> </Project>
Optional Text. Used in an Onet.xml file to specify the name of an alternate cascading style sheets (CSS) file located in the \\Program Files\Common Files\Microsoft Shared\Web Server Extensions\12\TEMPLATE\LAYOUTS\1033\STYLES directory that defines styles to use in the site definition.
Optional Text. Used in an Onet.xml file to specify the name of an ASPX page located in the \\Program Files\Common Files\Microsoft Shared\Web Server Extensions\12\TEMPLATE\LAYOUTS directory that defines an alternate header for the top area in site pages. This attribute provides a means to replace the header region of a native layouts page with the output of an ASPX page that defines a different header. For example, add AlternateHeader="myHeader.aspx" to the Project element at the beginning of the Onet.xml file to specify myHeader.aspx as the name of the file that provides an alternate header.
Optional Text. Blocks specific editing features that are used in Microsoft Office SharePoint Designer 2007. Possible values include the following, which can be delimited using semicolons:
Required Text. Specifies the directory to implement in new lists.
Optional Integer. Specifies the build number of the site definition.
Optional Text. Specifies a server-relative URL for a custom image to use for the site logo. For example, /_layouts//images/MyCustomLogo.gif.
Required Text. Specifies a default name for a SharePoint site.