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Beginning SharePoint® 2007 Administration: Windows® SharePoint® Services 3.0 and Microsoft® Office SharePoint® Server 2007 by Göran Husman

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12.3. Managing the SharePoint Sites

If you created an intranet based on the MOSS site template Collaboration Portal, you now have one top site and five subsites. Each of these subsites inherits the same look and feel as the top site, since they all use the same Master Page file. The Collaboration Portal was introduced in Chapter 6, but the following is a quick summary to remind you about the structure of this portal to prepare you for the examples that follow. Note that in several cases the URL of these subsites is different from the sites' display name:

Few organizations implementing MOSS are completely satisfied with the default portal site. But the good news is that all of these sites and pages can be changed in almost any way you want. And most changes do not require anything other than the web client browser (and the permission to do it, of course). Now look more closely at these area pages and what you can do with them.

12.3.1. The Home Page

The home site of the intranet is a kind of welcome page for the ...

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