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Building Web Applications with Microsoft® Office SharePoint® Designer 2007 Step by Step by John Jansen

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Using Tools in Design View

With the Design view in SharePoint Designer, you can insert HTML content, ASP.NET controls, and SharePoint controls, as well as text and images, into a page as the building blocks for an application. In order to make the design surface meaningful, SharePoint Designer attempts to render all of these objects in a way that is WYSIWYG with Internet Explorer. That said, there are some objects that only work in Design view when they are not WYSIWYG. In this section, we’ll take a quick look at some tools you can use while designing your pages. We’ll look at tools that account for the complex HTML generated on some SharePoint pages by default, and controls and objects that render in a non-WYSIWYG format, and we’ll explore leveraging ...

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