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Microsoft® SharePoint® Foundation 2010 Inside Out by Penelope Coventry Errin O’Connor Troy Lanphier, Johnathan Lightfoot, Thomas Resing, and Michael Doyle

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Chapter 7. Adding, Editing, Connecting, and Managing Web Parts on the Page

A Brief Introduction to Web Parts

Adding Web Parts to a SharePoint Site

Editing and Maintaining Web Parts on a SharePoint Site

Connecting Web Parts in a SharePoint Site

Web Parts on a Web Part Page

Summary

Web portals gained immense popularity in the late 1990s, giving companies an easy way to relate information to both internal and external users. Up until that point in time, content had been largely static and was maintained by a one or more webmasters on a series of HTML webpages. Any content that was generated had to be converted to a webpage by someone with technical skills in HTML, JavaScript, and so on.

One of the key concepts introduced by web portals was the notion of ...

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