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Microsoft® SharePoint® Designer 2010 Unleashed by Kathy Hughes

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Working with Content Pages

Content pages within a SharePoint site are an integral part of upfront planning ahead of design, deployment and implementation. For example, you need to decide on what type of pages you want to include—such as Web part pages, Wiki pages, or publishing pages—and what is going to work best for your environment. For instance, if you want to achieve a consistent look and feel across pages within your site/s then you might consider using publishing pages as opposed to Web part pages because publishing pages enable you to more easily lock down content positioning within a page (that is, publishing pages are far more restrictive than Web part pages). In addition, publishing pages are geared with a content approval mechanism ...

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