Managing Web Content

This section contains information about features in Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 that you can use to configure, deploy, customize, and optimize sites, site collections, pages, Web Parts, and documents.

In This Section

Web Content Management: Overview

Get an overview of how Microsoft Content Management Server 2002 and SharePoint Portal Server 2003 functionality, combined with new features, lets you manage Web content directly from SharePoint.

Pages in Office SharePoint Server 2007

Review the template-based page rendering system that comprises the page model in Office SharePoint Server 2007. Learn about the page layouts and master pages, field controls, the page processing model, and caching.

Common Page and Site Customization Tasks

Find how-to topics that show you how to customize sites, deployment, pages, Web Parts, and more.

Page Publishing Using Document Converters

Learn about the document converter framework in Office SharePoint Server 2007 that allows you to convert documents into Web pages that can be published to specified locations and updated from the source documents.

Deploying Content Between Servers

Learn to use the object model to handle scenarios such as deploying content between servers that are not on the same network or writing scripts to automate common tasks.

Variations and Multiple Languages Sites

Learn to use the site variation management system, which ensures that changes made in sources are properly reconciled in all variations. This system is integrated with workflow and translation services.

Provisioning Portal Sites

Find out how to create a portal site definition file that contains the complete hierarchy of sites you want to provision. The portal site definition file lists the site definition files for each site to be created.

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