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Microsoft® SharePoint® Designer 2010 Unleashed by Kathy Hughes

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Accessing a Team Site’s Default.aspx page

Where you’ve provisioned a site based on the Team site template a page named default.aspx is created in the root of the site, outside the Site Pages, or other Wiki Page, library. Default.aspx is a legacy feature from SharePoint 2007 team sites and is created in SharePoint 2010 team sites in the case that the site’s Wiki Page Home Page Feature is deactivated, where the site’s home page defaults to the default.aspx page.

The default.aspx page is a Web part page, derived directly from the Team site template, or STS site definition. It is located on the SharePoint Web front-end server and is preconfigured with Announcements, Calendar, and Link XLVs. Because default.aspx is stored outside of a site’s regular ...

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