SharePoint 2010 Branding in Practice A Guide for Web Developers - Ch2 General Overview of SharePoint 2010 Branding; What’s Where and Why?
There is a vast amount of resources on how you can develop
custom components for SharePoint 2010. When it comes to branding,
it's a different story. There are few accepted approaches on how to
implement branding in SharePoint and very few guides on how to
approach branding tasks as a whole and integrate them into the
solution development process. Branding is a feature which your
customer (external or internal) has agreed to pay for, and that
feature has to be incorporated in the proper way into the rest of
This book is meant to help you apply your existing branding
skills to the SharePoint world in the best possible way. We'll
explore how to brand collaboration sites as well as publishing
sites. We'll also see how you can brand sites that are hosted not
only on a dedicated server but on a shared infrastructure in a
cloud-which promises to be a very popular scenario.
This FREE eBook is the first chapter in a three
part series. Chapter 2 "General Overview
of SharePoint2010 Branding; What's Where and Why? "
- SharePoint 2010 collaboration sites
- SharePoint 2010 publishing sites
- SharePoint 2010 specialized sites
- Setting up Visual Studio solution structure for the branding
About the Author:
Yaroslav Pentsarskyy has been architecting and implementing
SharePoint solutions since its 2003 release. Yaroslav has extensive
.NET and SharePoint development experience working with
medium-sized businesses, nonprofits, and government
As a recipient of the Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP)
2009 and 2010 Award, Yaroslav is also a developer audience leader
for VanSPUG (Vancouver SharePoint Usergroup) and actively
contributes to local and not-so-local technical communities by
presenting at technology events and sharing his findings in his
almost-daily blog: www.sharemuch.com.