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Microsoft® SharePoint® Designer 2010 Unleashed by Kathy Hughes

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Site Assets

The Site Assets library, shown selected in the navigation pane in Figure 7.43, not to be confused with the Asset, or digital Asset, Library, is specifically for storing functional file types, such as CSS, JavaScript, XML, and text files used in pages throughout sites. Image files may also be uploaded and stored in the Site Assets library. Workflow templates, that is, reusable workflows saved as templates, are saved to the site’s Site Assets library where the resultant WSP file can be exported, or saved, and imported into Visual Studio 2010.

Figure 7.43 Site Assets tab.

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An alternate location for storing global files, like CSS and XML ...

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