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Microsoft® Office SharePoint® Designer 2007 Step by Step by Penelope Coventry

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Understanding the Page Model

When you click Create Page on the Site Actions menu of a publishing site, a Microsoft ASP.NET page is created in the Pages document library. On a publishing site, even the home page, default.aspx, is stored in this library. If you look at the Address box of a browser, you will see that it ends with Pages/default.aspx.

The field controls on a page map to columns within the Pages library. When a content creator enters data into a field control, for example, into the Page Content field control on the Welcome.aspx page, the creator is actually entering data into the Page Content column in the Pages library. Using terminology used previously in this book, by entering data into field controls, you’re associating metadata ...

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