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Microsoft® SharePoint® Designer 2010 Unleashed by Kathy Hughes

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Web Part Page Architecture

Web part pages are ASPX pages that include Web parts or make it possible to add Web parts when working with pages via the Web interface. If you’ve previously worked with Web part pages in SharePoint 2007 then the way Web part pages work is basically unchanged. Web part pages, when created via the Web interface, must be stored within an existing container, such as a Wiki page library or other Document library. Compared to Wiki pages, Web part pages have limited interaction with the ribbon other than when you add and configure Web parts. Unlike Wiki pages, Web part pages do not by default contain rich editing fields.

It’s important to note that Web part pages retain an additional legacy from SharePoint 2007, namely the ...

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